Board of Directors


Christopher Price

Affiliation: Ericsson Software Technology
Type of Director: Platinum Representative

I am a strong believer in collaborative development and open technology ecosystem enablement I am fully invested in exposing technology through open source for global adoption and advancement.

Participating and collaborating in and across a variety of open source groups and foundations, driving cooperative problem solving amongst groups. I additionally serve as board director of the Linux Foundation and the OpenStack Foundation.


Fredrik Åkerström

Affiliation: OP5
Type of Director: Platinum Representative

Co-founder and VP Strategic Sales at OP5.


Henrik Johansson

Affiliation: PacketFront Software
Type of Director: Silver Representative

Henrik has been working in the telecom industry for more than 20 years. He has a background as a network engineer and network manager, professional services as well as a product manager. Now he is managing sales engineering for new accounts at PacketFront Software.


Johan Christenson

Affiliation: City Network
Type of Director: Platinum Representative

Johan is the founder and CEO of City Network, which offers a global public cloud as well as compliant clouds for enterprises - all based on OpenStack. City Networks mission is to enable innovation and focuses on enterprises with regulatory challenges such as banks and insurance companies.

Johan sees open source and OpenStack as critical for all enterprises in order to provide options and create competition in an ever more centralized infrastructure world. He, and the team at City, empower new types of industries and markets to use the power of OpenStack, to enable and increase innovation in their organizations.


Lars Lundberg

Affiliation: Blekinge Institute of Technology
Type of Director: Academic Representative

Lars Lundberg is a professor in Computer Systems Engineering at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden. He has a M.Sc. in Computer Science from Linköping University (1986) and a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Lund University (1993). His research interests include parallel and cluster computing, real-time systems and software engineering. Professor Lundberg’s current work focuses on performance and availability aspects.