ONF Releases Open Source Projects Aspen and Boulder (TechTeam, The Fast Mode)

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Source: The Fast Mode The Open Networking Foundation (ONF), Wednesday introduced two intent-based Northbound Interface (NBI) open source projects, Aspen and Boulder. The two intent-based projects are part of ONF’s ongoing mission to create an ecosystem and architecture that bring open SDN to network operators around the world. Aspen was developed by ONF in collaboration with the International Multimedia Telecommunications […]

ONF Debuts Northbound Interfaces for Intent-Based Networking (Mike Robuck, SDxCentral)

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Source: SDxCentral The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) announced today the availability of Aspen and Boulder, two intent-basedopen source projects for northbound interfaces. Both were community-developed at OpenSourceSDN.org, the ONF says. In intent-based networking, applications convey only the intent of how they want the network to behave. They don’t tell the network infrastructure how this is […]

Inocybe Technologies Announces Vendor lock-in free OpenDaylight Distribution (CIO Review)

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Source: CIO Review Inocybe Technologies, a network virtualization solutions provider, announces the latest OpenDaylight distributions with its Lithium-based release. Inocybe enables vendors, partners and end-users to build their OpenDaylight commercially supported distributions to resolve networking challenges. This approach will help users to leverage OpenDaylight projects while providing managed database distribution focused on usage, documentation and […]

OpenDaylight Project’s Jacques Envisions an End to Standards Wars (Craig Matsumoto, SDxCentral)

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Source: SDxCentral The OpenDaylight Project is getting bold. Having faced long lists of questions and doubts at inception, the open source group is now on its third code release and is proving that the networking industry really can operate under a collaborative model, OpenDaylight Executive Director Neela Jacques said. The strength of open source was […]

CENGN on its way to worldwide recognition, says annual report (Tom Pechloff, Ottawa Business Journal)

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Source: Ottawa Business Journal The Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks (CENGN) highlighted its successes in its annual report released Monday. The Ottawa-based centre’s CEO, Ritch Dusome, said those successes include growing the consortium to include 12 members and a “multitude of partners.” “We have engaged with over 350 SME (small-, medium-sized enterprises) nationally, […]

OpenDaylight Ships ‘Lithium,’ Updated SDN Controller (Mitch Wagner, Light Reading)

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Source: Light Reading The OpenDaylight Project today introduced Lithium, the latest version of its SDN controller, positioning the software as the “path from the network you have to the network you want.” The software focuses on improved performance and changes to reflect the changing needs of the ODL community, Neela Jacques, OpenDaylight Project executive director, […]

OpenDaylight’s Third Open SDN Release Broadens Programmability of Intelligent Networks and Support for Virtualized and Cloud Environments (Fierce Wireless)

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Source: Fierce Wireless The OpenDaylight Project, a community-led and industry-supported open source platform to advance Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), announced that OpenDaylight Lithium, its third open SDN software release, is now available to those seeking to build and deploy SDN solutions. “End users have already deployed OpenDaylight for a wide variety of use […]