Carbon to Fuel Cableco, IoT Deployments (Paula Bernier, NFVZone)

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The OpenDaylight Project this month came out with a new release of its software-defined networking open source platform. This latest iteration, known as Carbon, features enhancements to address cable operator concerns, Internet of Things deployments, and metro Ethernet technology. “We continue to see new use cases emerging for OpenDaylight, including our work with Avaya on […]

OpenDaylight Carbon Brings Support for Metro Ethernet, Cable Services (Converge! Network Digest)

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The OpenDaylight Project, delivering an open source platform for programmable, software-defined networks, has announced its sixth release, Carbon, featuring enhancements designed to better support metro Ethernet and cable operators, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. OpenDaylight’s latest release advances the platform’s scalability and robustness with new capabilities to support multi-site deployments for geographic […]

Un-Masking FD.io – the Open Source Project that Processes Packets (Linda Hardesty, SDxCentral)

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The Fast Data Project (FD.io) is a networking open source project whose scope includes software-based packet processing, fast Input/Output (IO), and universal data plane management across bare metal, hypervisor, and container environments. FD.io, which was open-sourced by the Linux Foundation in February 2016, was garnering quite a lot of attention at the recent Open Networking Summit […]

Open Source Is Still Pretty Cool (Denise Culver, Light Reading)

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One of the benefits of my job as the caretaker of everything Pedia related is that I have a bird’s-eye view of how new listings are placed into Virtuapedia and Testapedia that others just don’t have. And every once in a while, that perspective provides me with a fresh insight that, while not earth shattering, […]

VPP: The Value Proposition of the Open Source Data Plane (SDxCentral)

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Download Inocybe’s White Paper VPP: The Value Proposition of the Open Source Data Plane The industry is evolving rapidly in the direction of open-source software and hardware, software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), Internet of Things (IoT), and a proliferation of connected things—and there is a corresponding need for businesses to embark on […]

Unleashing the Potential of Open Smart City Services on Demand (The Kanata Networker)

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At the 2016 OPNFV Summit in Berlin, Germany, CENGN, Canada’s Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks (NGN), Juniper Networks, and Inocybe Technologies conducted the first live demonstration of its Open Smart City Infrastructure and Services proof-of-concept (PoC) project. Smart cities put information and communications technologies (ICT) to work in novel and secure ways to […]

Creating the New Open Networking Stack with OpenDaylight (TechNative)

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The open networking movement offers greater benefits to make networks more customized, efficient, application centric, and programmable. One of the central ways that companies are approaching open networking is through the adoption of OpenDaylight (ODL), the industry’s de facto open source software-defined networking (SDN) controller. According to the 2016 SDxCentral Network Virtualization (NV) and SDN […]

OpenDaylight’s Evolution to Commercial-Grade Software-Defined Networking (SDxCentral)

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Inocybe Technologies Webinar: OpenDaylight’s Evolution to Commercial-Grade SDN Alongside the launch of the 2016 Future of Network Virtualization and SDN Controller Report, SDxCentral is excited to team up with Inocybe Technologies, the leading pure play OpenDaylight company, for a first hand analysis of the work they do to create robust OpenDaylight SDN environments built around specific use-cases. We take a […]