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ONOS
In collaboration with the Open Networking Foundation, Samsung is hosting ONOS Build 2017 at its R&D Campus in Seoul, Korea, on September 20-22.

Samsung Hosts ONOS Build 2017 and Fuels SDN Innovation

The ONOS (Open Network Operating System) community is growing fast in different geographies around the world and it’s time to bring everyone together. In collaboration with the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), Samsung is hosting ONOS Build 2017 at its R&D Campus in Seoul, Korea, on September...
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Open Source MANO Supports Public and Hybrid Cloud Deployments

The ETSI Open Source MANO (OSM) group today launched the second version of its open source code that includes new software-defined networking (SDN) capabilities and an Amazon Web Services (AWS) plugin to support public and hybrid cloud deployments. OSM, which aims to deliver an open network...
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New ONOS Release Helps Automate Network Configuration

The latest update to the ONOS open networking operating system should make it easier to automatically configure devices and services on a network. ONOS Junco, demonstrated at the Linux Foundation's Open Networking Summit on Monday and available now, adds dynamic configuration and new virtualization...
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Open Networking Summit
SK Telecom’s Dr. Alex Jinsung Choi will give a keynote talk on “The Road to 5G with Open Source” at Open Networking Summit, April 3-6, 2017.

SK Telecom CTO Discusses The Future of Software-Defined Networking in the Telco Industry

As more people access the Internet from their mobile devices, mobile operators must adapt their networks to accommodate skyrocketing data use and new traffic patterns. To do so, they’re turning to the same principles of software-defined networking (SDN) already finding success in the data center....
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SDN
SDN is beginning to redefine corporate networking; here are five open source projects you should know.

5 Open Source Software Defined Networking Projects to Know

Throughout 2016, Software Defined Networking (SDN) continued to rapidly evolve and gain maturity. We are now beyond the conceptual phase of open source networking, and the companies that were assessing the potential of these projects two years ago have begun enterprise deployments. As has been...
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open networking
To help you learn more about the rapidly changing landscape and give you a sneak peek of Open Networking Summit in April, Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Networking & Orchestration at The Linux Foundation, will hold a free open networking webinar next week. Sign up now.

Free Open Source Networking and Orchestration Webinar From SDxCentral and The Linux Foundation

Open source development is accelerating networking technology in areas including software-defined networking, open standards, and orchestration. Projects such as OPNFV, OpenDaylight, and recently open sourced ECOMP with many others hosted by The Linux Foundation, are helping drive open source...
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Top 3 NFV & SDN Open Source Trends in 2016

The first few years of open source work on software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) were defined by some nebulous goals. But this year, three clear trends emerged from the haze. First, the Central Office Re-architected as a Data Center (CORD) became really...
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cloud projects
Read about current trends and open source projects in cloud computing in the third annual “Guide to the Open Cloud” report from The Linux Foundation.

The Linux Foundation Issues 2016 Guide to Open Source Cloud Projects

The Linux Foundation today released its third annual “Guide to the Open Cloud” report on current trends and open source projects in cloud computing. guide-open-cloud-2016-report.jpg Guide to the Open Cloud Report The Linux Foundation The report aggregates and analyzes industry...
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Linux Foundation Conquers the World, or at Least Becomes Quite Influential in SDN & NFV

Open source projects are new to networking, but they’ve been cropping up all over the place in the last couple of years. And many of them are gravitating toward the Linux Foundation. Some of them were originally independent groups. The Open Network Operating System (ONOS) for example, was founded...
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network data center
The new CORD Project aims to bring “datacenter economy” and “cloud agility” to service providers by building an open reference implementation and nurturing a vibrant open source community.

CORD Project Aims to Bring Cloud Agility to Service Providers

The CORD Project recently became an independent project hosted by The Linux Foundation. CORD (TM) (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter), which began as a use case of ONOS®, brings NFV, SDN, and commodity clouds to the telco central office and aims to give telco service providers the same...
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