Open source gives telecom providers more control that will be key for deploying 5G and MEC, says James.
Thanks to all who joined us for the Dell EMC webinar, Putting NFV Into Production with Ease – A Service Provider Perspective.
Thanks to all who joined us for The Modern Telco is Open, Part 3 – Intelligent Virtualized Operations and Automation for Telco sponsored by Red Hat and Intel.
Dell EMC's next phase in open networking will bring about a solid foundational platform capable of running mission-critical applications, allowing for flexibility and expansion to support emerging modes of operation.
Thanks to all who joined us for the first of The Modern Telco is Open Series, The Open Telco Framework. Read the full Open Telco Framework Q&A here.
Thanks to all who joined us for the Dell EMC Webinar: Open Networking 2.0 – Disaggregating the Software Stack. Read the full Q&A here.
Jeffrey Baher, Dell EMC’s senior director of product and technical marketing, discusses the future for Open Networking.
A new case study discusses how Swisscom chose Red Hat to gain enterprise-ready open source technology and access to extensive guidance.
A new Inocybe Technologies white paper discusses how Vector Packet Processing (VPP) is rising into prominence as a powerful way to invigorate the network.
Thanks to all who joined us for the OpenDaylight Webinar, Uniting Open Source-Based Cloud Solutions with OpenDaylight.
Inocybe Technologies' COO, Andy Salo, discusses pure-play OpenDaylight, turnkey OpenDaylight software-as-a-service provider, and Inocybe’s open networking platform.
Critical challenges for OpenStack in telecom debunked
SDxCentral recently interviewed Red Hat's General Manager of OpenStack, Radhesh Balakrishnan, and discussed the meaning of carrier grade in the NFV world and the importance of working with the open source communities.
Will open source solutions ever be as robust as commercial solutions? Huawei's Ayush Sharma elaborates in this featured interview with SDxCentral.
OpenStack for NFV will be production-ready in 2016 based on development blueprints of documented telecom, OPNFV, and ETSI NFV requirements.