Operators are moving aggressively to tighten their use of OpenStack and Kubernetes to bolster cloud deployments.
It harks back to the age-old preference for one controller over another.
It's not standards work so much as it is end-to-end testing.
The group is also demonstrating an alternative to CORD.
Enea works for, and competes with, Ericsson and Nokia.
It married open source software with open source hardware.
As open source NFV technologies mature, the rate of adoption should soar in 2017.
It also sets the stage for MANO work.
And then there’s the China factor.
The Colorado code release is slated for September.
18 representatives, including many service providers, comprise the group.
PNDA’s vision is to remove the complexity of combining multiple technologies into an end-to-end system.
OPNFV-sponsored interns will work in the lab.
It's telecom-friendly MANO software.
Lab will serve as a testbed for NFV developers.