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How Open Source Projects Are Pushing the Shift to Edge Computing

Gnanavelkandan Kathirvel of AT&T is sure of one thing: it will take a large group of open-source projects working together to push computing closer to the edge. He’s behind the telecom’s efforts at Akraino Edge Stack, a Linux Foundation project that aims to create an open-source software for...
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AT&T’s open source white box blueprint “decouples hardware from software” so any organization can build its own compliant systems running other software.

AT&T Details Open White Box Specs for Linux-Based 5G Routers

This week AT&T will release detailed specs to the Open Compute Project for building white box cell site gateway routers for 5G. Over the next few years, more than 60,000 white box routers built by a variety of manufacturers will be deployed as 5G routers in AT&T’s network. In its Oct. 1...
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Autonomous vehicles, AR/VR, Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and gaming follow video as the top services driving edge applications.

New Video Applications Will Represent Majority of Edge Traffic by 2020, Survey Finds

In an effort to identify early edge applications, we recently partnered with IHS Markit to interview edge thought leaders representing major telcos, manufacturers, MSOs, equipment vendors, and chip vendors that hail from open source, startups, and large corporations from all over the globe. The...
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Edge Computing Moves the Open Cloud Beyond the Data Center

Edge computing, like public cloud at scale, requires a convenient, powerful cloud software stack that can be deployed in a unified, efficient and sustainable way. Open source is leading the way. When we think of cloud computing, most of us envision large-scale, centralized data centers running...
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