Long time passing. Where have all the SDN Controllers gone? Long time ago.
Open Network Operating System (ONOS)
In working with the ONF, Comcast is breaking with a long cable tradition of not sharing technology and innovation ideas with competitors.
ADVA is not part of ONAP, but it wants to support carriers like Verizon that are committed to the platform.
It harks back to the age-old preference for one controller over another.
The group is also demonstrating an alternative to CORD.
Intel contributed its virtual evolved packet core to ONF.
The cornerstone of SDN is making the network’s control logic centralized and software-based.
The open source community derides projects that aren't truly open as 'faux-pen-source.'
It’s not using the ONOS controller for its CORD project.
xRAN is a new standards group.
On.Lab already knows the service providers, so ...
A triumvirate of acronyms: CORD, MANO, and LSO.
It paid $500,000 to join the open source groups.
The ONF, in particular, is undergoing big changes.
Agile Controller 3.0 targets SD-WAN and IoT.