All Abuzz about ONAP
We’ve seen some big changes this year in the realm of management and orchestration (MANO) for network functions virtualization (NFV) and software ...
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Excited to be part of OpenECOMP
Metaswitch is very pleased to be among the founding members of OpenECOMP.   As one of the first four announced vendors in AT&T’s Domain 2.0 program ...
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Metaswitch, GigaSpaces Launch NFV Learning Lab
We know that network functions virtualization (NFV) is highly complex, even for large network operators and experienced network engineers. Figuring ...
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Open Source MANO Group Gets to Work
The new Open Source MANO (OSM) group hosted at the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) met for the first time earlier this year ...
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NFV is No Longer a Science Experiment
The pace of NFV development has picked up dramatically over the last year. Virtualization seemed like a science experiment for most network operators ...
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What’s New in NFV?
As network operators adopt virtualization and software-centric networking in varying stages, there is an interesting mix of strategic and tactical ...
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5 Things You Should Know About Project Calico
In 2015, the Project Calico team was terribly busy, promoting the open source project's latest release and traveling the world to meet with ...
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The Dangerous Demo: Do Try This at Home, Kids
The "Dangerous Demo" is a highlight of the Telecom Application Developer Summit (TADS) and TAD hackathon events. It’s the point at which many ...
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Metaswitch's Martin Taylor Gets Real on NFV
Overture Networks CTO Prayson Pate has launched a series of interviews on LinkedIn called, “The Real CTOs of NFV,” which strive to cut through the ...
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Metaswitch Joins the Kubernetes Project Launch Party
Project Calico announces network plugin for Kubernetes 1.0.
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The Pervasive Openness of NFV
Open can mean different things to different people in the context of NFV, but it plays a very significant role.
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Open Source vs. Standardization
There’s a debate going on about how much we should let standards bodies specify NFV versus how much we should just rely on de facto standards. I ...
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