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  • And Brocade has based its IP networking strategy around OpenDaylight, distributing a hardened commercial version of the open source SDN controller and contributing fixes back to the community distribution. (See Brocade Beefs Up SDN Operations Support and Brocade Wants to Be Red Hat of OpenDaylight.)
  • Brocade bought StackStorm, a startup which develops an open source cloud automation toolset, in March, incorporating those tools into its Workflow Composer network automation

  • "Open source has shifted the innovation model in ways that allow for more rapid development, faster access to products and code for customers, and the ability for Cisco to get innovative technology out the door faster than we could have in the past," said Lauren Cooney, who heads up Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO)'s open source strategy from her position as senior director, strategic programs, in the chief technology and architecture office at Cisco.
  • to build a "badder ass" -- more robust -- Internet. And that requires the innovation speed and cooperation brought by open source.
  • Cisco makes at least 1,500 contributions to open source per month, on average

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Canada, a Strategic Alliance Nation?

May 25, 16

Unbox some fresh Open source code from IBM to build your next project!

May 24, 16

Marketplace lending report from Deloitte UK: incumbent banks are not threatened via @DeloitteUK

May 24, 16

OVH mettrait fin à son statut de PME familiale en ouvrant son capital à des investisseurs

May 24, 16

The time is now to #CutRedTape in auto parts manufacturing.

  • Peter Kirby, CEO of Texas blockchain-focused start-up Factom, likened the technology's stage of development to that of the internet in the early 1990s, when it was seen as little more than a way to send emails.
  • Factom is using the blockchain to build a permanent and secure land title record in Honduras, one of the poorest countries in Latin America, where land-grabbing and corruption are rife.
  • major banks such as UBS, Barclays, ING, Goldman Sachs and BNY Mellon have announced ventures into blockchain technology.

  • Laplanche on Friday resigned as chairman and CEO of LendingClub, following an internal investigation that found that several managers at the San Francisco-based company had knowingly violated company rules by selling $22 million in near-prime loans―$15 million in March, $7 million in April―to a single institutional investor in violation of some of that investor’s instructions (the company is not going into further detail).

  • In September, Visa—along with Citigroup       C  0.47%      and Nasdaq       NDAQ  -0.06%      —invested in Chain, an enterprise platform for developers to build on top of the blockchain, the public ledger that records all bitcoin transactions. In October, American Express invested in Abra, a bitcoin app focused on remittances, and MasterCard invested in the Digital Currency Group, which includes a portfolio of virtual currency companies overseen by Barry Silbert, the founder of SecondMarket.

  • IBM, Intel, J.P. Morgan and several other big banks are among those making a big bet on blockchain
  • joined forces to create the Open Ledger Project with the Linux Foundation
  • “I don’t have a strong opinion on cryptocurrencies, but I have a strong opinion on the blockchain as a solution for contracts and supply chains and the internet of things, Cuomo says. “I think Bitcoin is an interesting application for blockchain but there are thousands of applications and wider use cases beyond that.”

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  • “The rise of Marketplace lending has urged many commentators to highlight the potential disruption that such new business models may bring to traditional banking,” the report said. “Our research presents a different opinion and instead concludes that MPLs”—that is, marketplace lenders—”do not currently have the competitive advantage needed to threaten this traditional banking model.”
  • Prosper, the first peer-to-peer lending company in the U.S., said it would lay off 28% of its workers, Lending Club’s CEO departed under a huge cloud over its lending practices while its share price tumbled, and OnDeck’s stock price took a pummeling because of increasing doubts about its ability to find loan buyers.
  • Lending has traditionally been a cash cow for commercial banks.

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May 20, 16

Shout out to panelists yesterday @marclijour @SFLinux @NamirAnani_ICTC @TelcoMatrix check out the broadcast on vimeo

  • migration to an all-microservices infrastructure
  • rapidly evolving ecosystems
May 19, 16

Le Canada offre aux entreprises une main-d’œuvre très instruite #CADSMAC

May 19, 16

Canada provides business with a highly educated workforce #CADSMAC

May 19, 16

#IoT alone could generate up to $19T in economic activity by 2020 #CADSMAC #BigData #DigitalTransformation

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