Leon Anavi of Konsulko Group Honored by GENIVI Alliance

Leon Anavi of Konsulko Group Honored by GENIVI Alliance

Awarded “Most Valuable Contributor” at All Member Meeting

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Oct. 18, 2016 – Leon Anavi, senior software engineer at Konsulko Group today received a Most Valuable Contributor (MVC) award at the GENIVI All Member Meeting and Open Community Days in Burlingame, Calif.

GENIVI® is a nonprofit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software and providing open technology for the connected car. The alliance provides its members with a global networking community of more than 140 companies, joining connected car stakeholders with world-class developers in a collaborative environment, resulting in free, open source middleware.

The GENIVI MVC award is given to individuals for significant contributions to the work of the alliance. Anavi was nominated by the members of the GENIVI Development Platform (GDP) team for his excellent work on GDP enhancements.

Anavi is an Open Source Software enthusiast and spent more than eight years working on core telephony solutions and mobile applications for mobile network operators before joining Konsulko Group in February 2015. Since then, his focus has been Linux for automotive and upstream contribution to GDP, Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), and the Tizen project.

Learn more at www.konsulko.com.

 


About Konsulko Group

An experienced leader in community and commercial development, Konsulko Group helps companies around the world build successful products with embedded Linux and open source software, offering consulting, capability, product engineering and support at every stage of every engagement. The Konsulko Group is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.

Media Contact – Konsulko Group:

Peter Popov
Konsulko Group
pete.popov@konsulko.com

Konsulko Group becomes Linux Foundation Authorized Training Partner

Konsulko Group becomes Linux Foundation Authorized Training Partner
Passes strict benchmarks for development experience and teaching quality

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Sept. 30, 2016 – Konsulko Group, with over two decades of embedded Linux and open source software development experience, today announced the company has joined the Linux Foundation Authorized Training Partner (ATP) program, providing standard and customized classes for beginning, intermediate and advanced students, using the Linux Foundation’s high quality developer training materials.

“A primary mission of The Linux Foundation is to make quality open source training and certification as accessible as possible,” said Linux Foundation General Manager of Training and Certification, Clyde Seepersad. “Konsulko has proven experience and reach in the IT training space, which will help even more individuals access these offerings, increase their career prospects, and help close the gap for open source talent.”

“Our instructors are both patient teachers and hands-on pioneers in embedded Linux development, which provides a great classroom experience for students of any skill level,” commented Peter Popov, Konsulko Group CEO and president. “We can also develop and teach custom classes on a variety of open source software topics including automotive, security and the Internet of Things.

Learn more at www.konsulko.com.


About Konsulko Group

An experienced leader in community and commercial development, Konsulko Group helps companies around the world build successful products with embedded Linux and open source software, offering consulting, capability, product engineering and support at every stage of every engagement. The Konsulko Group is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.

Media Contact – Konsulko Group:
Peter Popov

Konsulko Group

pete.popov@konsulko.com

Konsulko Group joins the Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux

Konsulko Group has formalized its commitment to the Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux as a new member of each organization.

SAN FRANCISCO, June 1, 2015 – Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a collaborative open source project developing a common, Linux-based software stack for the connected car, today announced that Alps Electric, Konsulko Group, Sony and Virtual Open Systems are joining the Linux Foundation and AGL to widen the door for open source innovation and build the cars of the future.

Konsulko Group provides technology consulting and software development services to companies looking to harness the power of open source software in automotive, networking, consumer electronics and more. With a solid commitment to open source methodologies, Konsulko Group serves a full range of client companies, from large OEMs to startups and incubators — in Europe, Asia and the Silicon Valley.

From Alps Electric, Konsulko Group, Sony and Virtual Open Systems Join the Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux