Boston, MA – May 8, 2017 – Beechwoods Software, Inc., an embedded software innovation company, announces joining the Linux Foundation as a Silver member. The Linux Foundation corporate members span all industry sectors from automotive to cloud to IoT, and more. Member companies are working together to solve complex problems in business and technology through open source collaboration.
“Beechwoods Software furthers its commitment to open source software collaboration for the Internet of Things. The Linux Foundation is the preeminent organization for ensuring continued collaboration of software developers worldwide. We look forward to continuing our contributions to OCF, EdgeX, and other important Linux Foundation projects,” said Brad Kemp, Chief Executive Officer of Beechwoods Software.
About Beechwoods Software
Beechwoods Software Inc. with headquarters in Boston, MA and offices in El Segundo, CA and Taipei, Taiwan, provides software products and services to businesses and OEMs developing embedded and resource-limited products. In operation for over 10 years, and with each member of Beechwoods Software’s multinational team of elite software engineers having well over a decade’s experience, Beechwoods Software has both knowledge and experience required to bring high-quality software solutions to market. Beechwoods Software has developed considerable skill in collaborating with multiple engineering teams and identifying, suggesting, selecting, creating and documenting processes to produce a high quality, maintainable product for Fortune 100 and Fortune 1000 companies.
Beechwoods Software has received industry accolades as a founding member of the EdgeX Foundry, as a Linux Foundation Silver Member, as the author and working group chair of the Location Services Framework for the AllJoyn Internet of Things implementation, and as a finalist in the 2016 MassTLC Leadership Awards for “Best Use of Technology; Internet of Things for Location Services.”
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