The new project, DataProjects.org, will offer coursework for improving data literacy and has a manifesto with values and principles for individuals and companies to implement when using data.
Both new groups formed just days before the granddaddy of open source hardware groups, Open Compute Project (OCP), holds its annual summit. All three focus on “fundamentally different areas,” said Intel’s Jim Pappas.
The white paper is a “pretty high level” education piece on where the 5G ecosystem is in terms of using open source platforms.
Its purpose is to show the ability to run the same networking code running as VNFs on OpenStack and as CNF’s on Kubernetes.
The new working group will focus on the implementation and deployment of systems that leverage multi-access edge computing standardized APIs.
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The new group advances Vapor IO’s Kinetic Edge architecture, which uses software-defined interconnection and high-speed networking to combine multiple micro-data centers into a single, virtual facility.
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The new group’s list of founding members reads like a who’s who of chipmakers, telecommunications companies, cloud providers, edge infrastructure vendors, and others.
Accenture has been working on a commercial version of ONAP to support providers’ transition from hardware-based to software-based networks.
The specific work is on developing a software platform for the RAN Intelligent Controller. That platform code will accelerate the deployment of open source software for the 5G radio access network.
The Linux Foundation project OpenChain is developing an overarching standard for creating a quality compliance program that companies can apply across the supply chain.
A bunch of service providers from around the world are starting to implement ONAP code into their networks.
The Ceph project is a unified distributed storage system providing applications with object, block, and file system interfaces.
“If you asked me five years ago if I would be talking about open source I would have said you were crazy,” said Amy Wheelus, VP of Network Cloud at AT&T.