LNG develops and integrates accelerated open source networking software to advance the common interests of its members.
Welcome to the Linaro Networking Group (LNG)!
This site is a public information exchange for the Linaro Networking Group. The Linaro Networking Group (LNG) is an autonomous segment focused group that is responsible for engineering development in the networking space.
For more general information on the LNG Product Roadmap please keep reading. Check back often here on the LNG Wiki page as we continually update the page with current LNG information.
This is a publicly1 accessible site designed to provide you with all the information you need to stay up to date on our activities and help us make our vision a reality.
About Us And What We Do
We are a segment group within Linaro. Our work is completed by a group of distributed engineers distributed across many countries around the world. All LNG engineers generally have network technology backgrounds in Linux.
Scope of Work
The current mix of LNG engineering activities:
- Data Plane Programming API
- Real-time operations and the Linux kernel optimizations for the control and data plane and work on isolation of cores
- Dealing with legacy software and mixed-endian issues prevalent in the networking space
- Tools such as Performance counters in userspace
Virtualization support with considerations for real-time performance, I/O optimization, robustness and heterogeneous operating environments on multi-core SoCs.
For more detailed and current information about OpenDataPlane, please visit OpenDataPlane.org.
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