Intel will be engaging with the FreeBSD Foundation and the FreeBSD Project more often to provide better support for Intel products and technologies rooted in FreeBSD. In the past, they have collaborated on individual technologies but now they are heading towards a more holistic approach. Read the rest by following the link at the bottom of the page!
Contributed by Bev Crair, Vice President, Software and Services Group, General Manager, Strategic Software Initiatives
As Imad Sousou mentioned in his blog, Intel will be more actively engaging with the FreeBSD Foundation and the FreeBSD Project to deliver more timely support for Intel products and technologies in FreeBSD. While Intel has been contributing to the BSD code base for some time, for example with the Intel® Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library (Intel® ISA-L) and iflib drivers for Intel® network interface controllers (NICs), thus far the efforts of Intel and the community have been fragmented. The focus has been on individual devices or technologies rather than taking a more holistic systems approach.