ONOS is the group's SDN controller.
On.Lab already knows the service providers, so ...
A triumvirate of acronyms: CORD, MANO, and LSO.
The ONF, in particular, is undergoing big changes.
Linking open source efforts in the name of LSO.
ONOS and OpenDaylight will learn to live together as friends under the Linux Foundation.
Ericsson and Huawei pitch in for the fourth ONOS code release in 10 months.
What's the latest on intent-based networking--the hot new topic in SDN.
ON.Lab wants to transform the CO into a data center, and will demo the concept at Open Networking Summit.
Nokia hires an ex-Cisco exec; Cyan's 100G win; CradlePoint's Series B; and more.
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Claiming to be serious about open source, Cisco has given David Ward a 275-person team to test the waters.
Two months' work yields Cisco, SK Telecom, and 1,000 downloads.
In a long-anticipated move, On.Lab is launching the ONOS operating system as open source code, potentially giving carriers an SDN alternative to OpenDaylight.
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