We are pleased to announce that Akamai is joining the ONOS community. Akamai and ON.Lab are collaborating to demonstrate third-party services running on CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter). CORD is architected to support both Access-as-a-Service (akin to vCPE) and conventional Software-as-a-Service. Akamai’s Aura CDN and AnswerX DNS products enable ON.Lab to stress-test the […]
Cavium and ONOS are excited to announce that Cavium has become an official ONOS partner. In this collaboration, Cavium will participate in the Mobility CORD (M-CORD) project by collaborating on the radio access network (RAN) portion of the mobility network and integration of the various M-CORD components and switching fabric into the M-CORD pod/rack. Cavium’s […]
Oplink Communications has become the most recent organization to join the ONOS community as a collaborator. They are working on a project focused on creating: Dynamic, flexible and programmable network optical connections Open, interoperable software and hardware with disaggregated architecture, multi-vendor support with standard based control plane and can be extended as you need Multilayer […]
We’re pleased to share that AirHop Communications has become the latest organization to join the ONOS community as a collaborator. They will be working with us on the MCORD project. Find out more about what’s happening with CORD at http://cord.onosproject.org/.
I’d like to thank Satish, Kalyan and everyone on the Huawei India ONOS Team for running an ONOS hackathon as part of their recent OpenStack meetup in Bangalore. This included a presentation that had information about ONOS and its advantages compared to other controllers and an overview of the ONOS architecture. That was followed by […]
Join us on January 28th for a webinar presented by Tom Anschutz (AT&T); Saurav Das (ONF) and Ashok Raman (Broadcom) that will discuss the joint effort between AT&T, Broadcom and ONF to support ON.Lab’s Central Office Re-architected as Datacenter (CORD) Project. In particular, this will cover the specific use case of a SDN based leaf-spine […]
ONOS’ community is pleased to announce its one-year anniversary and remarkable growth and momentum among its community of service providers, vendors and innovators; all have delivered significant contributions to the open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS). The growth and success of ONOS is a testament to the ONOS project’s virtuous-cycle framework to deliver platforms […]
Verizon has joined the ONOS project, the open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS) for service providers and mission-critical networks and a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. The ONOS partnership welcomes the addition of one of the largest U.S. communications service providers to its community of service providers, vendors and collaborative partners. Verizon joins other leading […]
As we start the new year, I wanted to share some thoughts about the goals for the ONOS community in 2016 and get feedback on it. In 2015 we saw the community grow and we’re now at a point where we have a big opportunity to grow the community even more and to coordinate the […]
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