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Topic: Protocol Stacks

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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Does 5G mean we can finally update the mobile data plane protocol?
For reasons I can’t even begin to explain, I’ve never particularly liked the General Packet Radio Service Tunnelling protocol (GTP). It’s certainly ...
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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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Get ready for open networking 2.0
The concept of open source is often portrayed as something new and suspiciously different in the telecom industry. The sentiment is understandable ...
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Extending the Switch Abstraction Interface to the Wide Area Network
As I am not a real writer, in the sense that my output is generally neither coherent nor legible, I usually avoid offending individuals by reporting ...
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