Whether your organization is a networking solutions vendor, system integrator, end user network operator, cloud services provider, or an enterprise—joining The LF Networking Fund (“LFN”) connects you with the innovative technical projects, companies, and developer communities that are transforming the networking industry. Membership showcases your support for community-driven, open source solutions, and accelerates the development and adoption of open source SDN, NFV, orchestration, automation, and more. Read the LFN FAQ. Gain insights into how the LF Networking umbrella project works and how to participate in the LFN New Member Onboarding Guide.
To participate in LF Networking as a corporate member requires companies to be a corporate member of The Linux Foundation. The Linux Foundation is the umbrella home of over 100 projects and provides the legal entity and resources (finance, accounting, audit) as well as broad array of support resources to help companies leverage open source to their business benefit and to help protect and advance open source.
The Linux Foundation has Platinum ($500,000), Gold ($100,000) and Silver membership levels. Silver dues are based on total corporate consolidated headcount of the parent company.
|Silver||$95,000 (USD) 10,000+
$70,000 (USD) 5,000 – 9,999
$45,000 (USD) 2,000 – 4,999
$30,000 (USD) 500 – 1,999
$25,000 (USD) 100 – 499
$10,000 (USD) Less Than 100
Note: LF Networking membership also requires companies to be a corporate member of The Linux Foundation. Pricing above includes the cost of annual membership at the Silver level in The Linux Foundation. A discount of $5,000 to $20,000 is available for existing Linux Foundation members who join LF Networking.