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Topic: Network Operating System (NOS)

What's New in Disaggregated Cell Site Gateways?
Disaggregation in switching and routing equipment decouples hardware, operating system software and applications, breaking down previously monolithic ...
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Applying DevOps techniques to deliver networking software faster and more reliably
Many of us have been around long enough to remember when it would take months and a team of a dozen engineers to do regression testing on a software ...
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Implementing the BGP Monitoring Protocol (BMP) in your NOS to track BGP network state
The worldwide public internet has long depended on the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) for exchanging routing a reachability information between ...
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Implement MPLS on white box switches with the Metaswitch NOS Toolkit
With the continued growth of the global MPLS IP VPN Services Market and the ongoing consolidation of of the access layer onto Multiservice MPLS edge ...
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Leveraging Open Compute technologies to build a portable NOS
Starting with the compute platforms themselves, data center network engineers have long enjoyed the benefits of hardware/software disaggregation. The ...
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A clear recipe for building your own network operating system
Building a network operating system (NOS) is a major undertaking for any organization, requiring significant amounts of time and money to complete. ...
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