April 8 started out like any other Saturday in Spring in Corvallis: rainy, then sunny, then windy, windy-rainy sleet, hail, and then of course, sunny again.

"A new Oregon State University center offering services in product testing, software development and hosting in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) formed this fall and has hit the ground running with their first clien

"Oregon State students have played a vital role in creating critical software for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) while gaining valuable hands-on experiences with projects that are making an impact."

An initiative begun 10 years ago by the Oregon Department of Transportation to involve Oregon State University students in innovative software development has grown over the years to include nearly 50 projects, some of which are helping to reduce

The Open Source Lab in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University has significantly upgraded the FTP service used by the open source software community and increased its download speeds by 900 percent.

Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab (OSUOSL) has expanded the footprint of POWER8-based systems in their existing OpenStack cluster with additional compute and memory capacity.

"Alumni Alex Polvi and Brandon Philips credit their experiences at the Open Source Lab with the trajectory of their careers. Most recently, they co-founded CoreOS, a company that brings Google-like server infrastructure to other companies."

"Oregon State University is working with global technology leaders, including LG, Microsoft and Sony, to advance the "Internet of Things."

Oregon State University is working with global technology leaders, including LG, Microsoft and Sony, to advance the "Internet of Things."

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