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Microsoft joins OIN: FAQs with Erich Andersen

Microsoft recently joined the Open Invention Network (OIN), a community dedicated to protecting Linux and other open source software programs from patent risk. Since its founding in 2005, OIN has been at the forefront of helping companies manage patent risks and we’re humbled to be a part of it. It’s been great to see the...

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Open source libraries for Microsoft Quantum

Quantum computing is a new universe of computing that promises exponential increases in processing power, which could help scientists solve the problems of the future – on topics ranging from biomedical research and smart materials to cryptography and climate science. After more than a decade of work by researchers, engineers, and developers from across the...

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Michael Miller on stage, kicking off Demopalooza at SUSECON

SUSE’s open approach to digital transformation

This week in Prague, the SUSE community is learning how to use open software-defined infrastructure and application platforms to reduce costs and complexity, and quickly leverage the latest innovations. We had a chance to catch up with SUSE’s Michael Miller, President of Strategy, Alliances and Marketing, to talk about their approach to the cloud and announcements...

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