How GNU/Linux Contributed to Tech Innovation

An article written by Libby Clark, published in linux.com lists 11 major contributions of GNU/Linux to ever growing technological innovation process. Each of the contribution listed in this article are adopted from opinions of popular open source experts.


We all know that Linux runs much of modern society – from data centers and mobile phones, to air traffic control and stock exchanges. But what are some of the ways that Linux continues to contribute to innovation in the tech industry?

Over the past six months I've asked new Linux Foundation corporate members on the cutting edge of technology to weigh in on what interesting or innovative trends they're witnessing and the role that Linux plays in them. Here's what engineers, CTOs, and other business leaders from companies including CoreOS, Rackspace, SanDisk, and more had to say.
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