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ONOS® is building a better network.

Open Network Operating System (ONOS) is an open source SDN network operating system designed for building next-generation SDN/NFV solutions.

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ONOS has been designed to take a disruptive approach to networking, leveraging white box merchant silicon hardware to build carrier-grade solutions. By moving network control into the ONOS cloud controller, innovation is enabled and end-users can easily create new network applications without the need to alter the dataplane systems.

Enabling next-generation solutions in service provider networks

ONOS has successfully enabled the beginning of the SDN revolution. Combining ONOS with white box switches and ONOS applications enables new forms of innovation never before possible with closed legacy networks.

Two prime examples leading the way with meaningful solutions are CORD and Packet Optical. Each of these projects uses the power of ONOS to build networks and deploy services within the network in ways never before possible.

CORD

CORD is reinventing edge of operator networks for efficiency and agility. By blending the best of Cloud, SDN and NFV, CORD provides complete integrated solutions for fixed access (PON), mobile and wireless 5G access, mobile core (EPC) and enterprise service delivery.

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Packet Optical

Packet Optical is disaggregating carrier core networks, and reassembling a solution using SDN principles and white box efficiencies to build high performance backbones with disruptive economics

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Contribute to ONOS as an individual or organization today

It would not be possible to build ONOS without having a vibrant and active community made up of leading service providers and vendors, start-ups, research networks, academic institutions and more. Whether you are an individual or an organization, come on-board and contribute to ONOS. There’s a lot happening with our growing community that you can take part in. Help us with development, documentation, testing and more.


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