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Cisco Joins Eclipse Foundation

We are pleased to announce that we are joining the Eclipse Foundation, the leading open source organization whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks and tools for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle.Cisco has always espoused the benefits of “no technology religion” as well as open, standards-based platforms and we are pleased to share this philosophy in membership with the Eclipse Foundation.    The Eclipse Foundation’s commitment to help cultivate an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products and services is something that Cisco supports and we are happy to join them in this effort.   One of the initial Eclipse Foundation projects Cisco will be supporting is around building a software tool that enables telecommunication companies to create models of next generation networks.   These models are then used to generate documentation and software for essential management applications.   The Eclipse Foundation refers to this as the the “œTigerstripe” project and expects to provide an update to the Eclipse community in April.For more information check out the annual event of the Eclipse community, EclipseCon which is being held this week from March 17-20th in  Santa Clara.Post by Linda Horiuchi, Senior PR Manager

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  1. I applaud Cisco for joining the Eclipse Foundation…….this organization has an excellent track record in promoting open source development.

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