ON.Lab’s ONOS Project noted its eighth SDN platform release expands southbound and northbound protocol, legacy device support.
The telecommunications market’s choice of software-defined networking platforms continues to blossom, with the Open Networking Laboratory’s Open Network Operating System Project releasing its latest SDN platform variant under the “Hummingbird” tag.
The SDN platform, which is the eighth version from the open-source ONOS Project, is claimed to offer high availability and scalability, expanded southbound and northbound protocols, and improved ability to support incremental SDN on legacy devices. (Full details are available here.)
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