OpenSwitch debuts another software release and announces new members (Mike Robuck, FierceTelecom)

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OpenSwitch (OPX) announced the availability of a new software release today and welcomed new project members (Inocybe, Metaswitch and Verizon Connect) to its ecosystem. OpenSwitch, which is a project under the Linux Foundation’s umbrella, was designed as a switching software platform based on the OPX open source network operating system (NOS). OpenSwitch’s new OPX 2.3 […]

SDN, machine learning could lead to intelligent networks (Jennifer English, SearchSDN)

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The notion of open networking continues to gain traction, as service providers and, increasingly, enterprises become more comfortable with the prospect of disaggregation and commoditization. Now, as machine learning and AI begin to evolve, the next step is for organizations to integrate networking with tools that will further automate the network, said Mathieu Lemay, founder […]

Kazakhtelecom: On the way to 5G (Daniyar Kuanshaliev, Forbes.kz)

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Managing Director of Innovation at Kazakhtelecom, Nurlan Meirmanov: “Many [Mobile World Congress] meetings were with companies working in the field of virtualization and network programming: Mavenir, Canonical, Amdocs, Inocybe, Barefoot. Now we are discussing cooperation with all […] We are at the very beginning of this path, and we still have a lot to solve both organizational […]

Open source use case: Pick and choose (Monta Monaco Hernon, Broadband Technology Report)

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For tier 2 and tier 3 cable operators, network modernization can be difficult from both a bandwidth and resources perspective. Yet, the demands on their content delivery networks (CDNs) are increasing. Virtualization can help by bringing content closer to the customer, but it can involve heavy-duty traffic engineering. Open source software code, however, is allowing for a purpose-built, use-case […]

Kazakhtelecom: 5G is a technological and organizational challenge (Georgiy Kovalyov, Kapital.kz)

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Managing Director of Innovation at Kazakhtelecom, Nurlan Meirmanov: “No vendor can afford to say that its solutions are not SDN. Nevertheless, there are quite obvious criteria for dividing SDN-solutions into more innovative and less innovative ones. Common signs of innovative SDN solutions – openness, disaggregation, virtualization… To this end, we held a series of meetings […]

Leaders Emerge As The Industrial Internet Of Things Ecosystem Takes Shape (Chris Wilder, Forbes)

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Inocybe Technologies – Open Networking SDN Controllers Software-defined networking is not something generally associated with IoT, but SDN will play a critical role in how network traffic is optimized and managed. SDN eliminates much of the bottlenecks created by the onslaught of data that IoT generates. Furthermore, SDN helps organizations to connect networking function virtualization (NFV) services, […]

Inocybe, Cablevision Argentina Virtualize CDN (Carol Wilson, Light Reading)

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Tier 2 operators are moving into the virtualization space in a different way from their larger counterparts, focusing first on more narrow use cases. At last week’s Open Networking Summit in Los Angeles, Inocybe Technologies’ Chief Revenue Officer John Zannos was accompanying one of those operator customers — Javier Ger, senior expert and senior Network & […]

Open Source Enterprise Networking (CTO Advisor)

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One of the challenges with open source in enterprise IT is complexity. Enterprise IT want standard repeatable and supported solutions. Conferences such as ONS generally focus on builders and service providers. There is a sprinkling of traditional enterprise vendors such as Dell and Juniper at ONS. Then there are companies such as Inocybe that focus […]