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January 
04

Level up your knowledge of CORD with videos and slides from CORD Build

The CORD Build event held in November 2017 featured 80 speakers who covered all aspects of the CORD project, including the core platform, XOS, Trellis, the three big variants [R,E,M]-CORD and developing a new VNF/service for CORD.READ MORE

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January 
02

CORD 2017 – A Big Market with a Diverse Ecosystem

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December

CORD 4.1 – Enabling Developers and Simplifying Consumption

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November 
06

CORD Learning and Development with Criterion Networks

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October 
23

CORD Metrics Dashboard Now Available

Now that we have access to a range of metrics about CORD this is a good time to have a discussion about what measures are important and relevant and what we should be doing with this data.READ MORE

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October 
03

The CORD Build event is a unique opportunity to deeply understand CORD

CORD™ is an open source platform taking the telecom industry by storm, so much so that HeavyReading recently predicted that fully 40% of all subscribers will be running on CORD within 5 years. The first CORD developer event, coming up on November 7-9 in San Jose, will help you understand what is happening with the project and how you can leverage this new technology.READ MORE

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September 
26

CORD Build 2017: one more week for an early registration discount!

With CORD Build 2017 just a little more than one month away, we wanted to share a quick reminder that registration is free for core community members, which include code contributors, CORD Brigade Members, Ambassadors and ONF members. However, if you haven't gotten actively involved in the community yet, you still have one week to benefit from an early-registration 40% discount so make sure to register before Sunday October 1st!READ MORE

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September 
15

CORD Takes on Mobile World Congress

Open Networking Foundation (ONF) had a great time exhibiting at Mobile World Congress in San Francisco with help from our partners and collaborators Cavium, Inc., Deutsche Telekom, Intel Labs, Netsia and Radisys – who each showcased their next-generation CORD solutions.READ MORE

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September 
15

Successful ONOS and CORD meetup in Berlin

The two-day event aimed to kick-off a series of community events we wish to run across Germany to engage with the local developers and invite them to dive deeper into ONOS and CORD. Day 1 of the event focused on high level introductions to ONOS and CORD and Day 2 provided technical deep dives along with community presentations from different service providers and vendors showcasing their work around ONOS and CORD. The full agenda can be found here.READ MORE

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August 
08

[UPDATE #4] Participating at CORD Build 2017

CORD Build 2017 is a developer conference by the community for the community. As such, we want to make this event as open and participatory as possible and your participation is key to its success. READ MORE

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August 
03

[Update #3] Registrations are now open for CORD Build 2017!

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July 
31

Collaboration in Action: CORD Certification Brigade

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July 
17

Get involved with the CORD Performance Brigade

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June 
22

CORD Project Adds Four New Collaborators to a Burgeoning Global Network

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Tags Networking, NFV, ON.Lab, ONF, Open Networking Foundation, OpenCORD


June 
15

Join the New CORD Brigades

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Tags Container Brigade, CORD Brigades, Hierarchical CORD Brigade, ONF, Performance Brigade, Upgrade OpenStack Brigade


June 
13

[Update #2] Getting Involved and Planning Your Participation at CORD Build 2017

As we mentioned in the first update of our CORD Build 2017 blog series, today’s blog post will focus on how you can get involved in early planning of the event and what the plans are for the schedule for the three days.READ MORE

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June 
11

OPNFV Moves to Support CORD in its Community Labs and CI/CD Framework

CORD® (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) is a platform leveraging leading SDN, NFV and Cloud technologies to build nimble in-line datacenters for the edge of operator networks.READ MORE

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May 
02

Announcing dates for ONOS Build 2017 and the first CORD Build event

Building on the success of last year’s ONOS Build 2016 and honouring our promise to move the event to a different continent each year, we will be hosting the second edition of the conference from September 20-22 in Seoul, Korea. The three-day event will bring together more than 300 ONOS contributors from all over the world to share, learn and hack together and help take the ONOS project to new heights.READ MORE

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March 
31

CORD Collaboration with Open Source Projects

The open source CORD® community is working to advance the fully-integrated CORD solutions architecture. As an ONF led open source project that is part of the The Linux Foundation’s project portfolio, CORD Project is committed to open source collaboration. The power of open source means neutral, third-party governance, open to all. The CORD Project is more than 50 partners and collaborators strong.READ MORE

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March 
14

M-CORD at MWC 2017

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March 
06

Guest Blog: CORD & ONOS project collaborator, Criterion Networks

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February 
14

[ONF Blog] Open Innovation Pipeline: Described

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February 
13

Plans for CORD Mini-Summit at ONS in April

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February 
01

ONOS and CORD Projects Add Eight New Collaborators to a Burgeoning Global Network

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Tags Aricent, community, Criterion Networks, new collaborators, OpenAirInterface Software Alliance, Quanta Cloud Technology


January 
11

Submit Your ONS 2017 Talks Before CFP Deadline of Jan. 21

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January 
05

China Unicom, ON.Lab/ONF Form China CORD® Industry Alliance

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Tags BII Group, Broadcom, Cavium, China, China CORD Industry Alliance, China Unicom, Dadynet Technology, FNII, Nokia, Radisys, ZTE


December 
08

Moving the CORD GUI to a Single Page App

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October 
28

CORD Community United at Broadband World Forum to Showcase R-CORD

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October 
26

Guest Blog: Canonical on CORD and Ubuntu Orange Box

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October 
19

Open Networking Foundation and ON.Lab Merger – Questions and Answers

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October 
11

Leveraging Open Software versus Building from Scratch

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August 
15

Press and Analyst Highlights from the CORD Summit and Project Launch

A sold-out show. Engaging breakout sessions. Opportunity everywhere. On Friday, July 29 the open source NFV and SDN community met at the Google Tech Corner Campus in Sunnyvale for first CORD (TM) Summit. Attracting nearly 300 attendees, the inaugural event was an absolute success. During the week leading up to CORD Summit, ON.Lab and The Linux Foundation collaborated with CORD partners and collaborators on three major announcements. Click to read the press and analyst highlights from the summit.READ MORE

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July 
29

CORD’s Narrow Waist

CORD is a purposely-overloaded term. It is simultaneously a vision (a shared goal that the open source community is working towards), an architecture (a set of abstractions and interfaces), and a reference implementation (a set of technology choices that result in a complete and functional system).READ MORE

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First CORD Summit To Advance Open Networking To Be Held on July 29th in Silicon Valley

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MAY 
31

Premium on Security

Experience deploying Content Distribution Networks into carrier networks had an important influence on CORD’s design. (This was before the term NFV had been coined.) READ MORE

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MAY 
19

Design Rationale

Many technology choices and design decisions went into the CORD reference implementation. Understanding the rationale behind those decisions helps explain why the current version of CORD looks the way it does, and provides a sense of how we expect CORD to evolve over time.READ MORE

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MAY 
05

Being Disruptive

Welcome to the CORD blog, where I hope the community can discuss and comment on technical (and other) issues related to the reference implementation we are building. I thought I’d get the ball rolling by talking about what I see to be the most innovative and disruptive aspect of CORD.READ MORE

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