Topic: Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP)
LF Networking is blending new features in to its ONAP and OPNFV projects to enable cross-stack deployments across new and existing use cases.
Open source community Acumos AI on Wednesday announced the availability of its first software release, Athena.
To close out the year, FierceTelecom is naming its 25 top movers and shakers in the telecom industry. Now, you can let us know who leads the list.
After a slow start, the cable industry knows it needs to jump into virtualization with both feet, but the question for some time has been: how?
Spirent will be taking part in an intercarrier proof-of-concept demonstration at next week's MEF18 conference in Los Angeles.
Startup vendor Kaloom announced today the general availability of its Software Defined Fabric product family that was designed to automate data centers.
Juniper Networks is taking a multi-pronged approach toward enabling automation processes that includes an open-source community and online lessons.
The adoption of open source software for NFV deployments by CSPs has largely failed to live up to industry expectations.
Open source communities are no doubt playing a key role in moving the telecommunications industry forward, but not everyone is on board the bandwagon.
After a somewhat rocky start, virtual network functions are poised to grow to $16.4 billion in revenues by 2022, according to an IDC report.