Open Source developers and validation engineers are actively responding to these challenges by creating interoperable network transformation technologies based on SDN and NFV. These solutions allow Communication Service Providers, Enterprise IT, and Cloud Service Providers to deploy best of breed products and to accelerate the deployment of network service innovation.
As a leading contributor to open source projects globally, Intel is actively working with Communication Service Providers and Enterprise IT organizations around the world to help accelerate the transformation of their networks.
Please watch the latest episode in our eight-part Network Transformation video podcast series, hosted by my colleague Jim St. Leger, Data Plane Software Product Line Manager at Intel. This episode features special guest Marc Cohn, VP Network Strategy for the Linux Foundation, providing his insights into open source as strategic driver of network transformation.
You can find new videos every two weeks through the end of 2016 on our YouTube channel.
- More information on Intel Open Source
- Intel Open Source 01.org
- Blog: OPNFV – The Winning Power of Predictable Open Source Software for SDN and NFV
- Blog: Exceeding Expectations: ETSI Open Source MANO Group Releases One Month Early
- Podcast: Gearing Up for 5G with New Open Source Solutions – Intel® Chip Chat episode 457