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January 182019

Migrating the ONOS GUI to Angular 7 framework

Anyone who has used or experienced the ONOS GUI cannot help but be impressed by it’s modern and sleek design coupled with high levels of functionality and intuitive usability. The fact that it was all created using AngularJS when it was in its early days in 2015 make the achievement all the more impressive. While […]

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January 032019

Multi-domain Transport SDN made real in the ONF Proof Of Concept for Wireless Transport

Multi-domain Transport SDN made real in the ONF Proof Of Concept for Wireless Transport The  ONF’s Wireless Transport project, part of the Open Transport Configuration & Control (OTCC) working group, has recently announced successful completion of the 5th SDN Proof of Concept. This event was hosted by Telefonica Germany in Munich in November 2018. Target […]

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December 192018

ONF Connect 2018: Through My Eyes

By Viren Khandal On December 4 through December 6, 2018, ONF members from all over the globe congregated at the Santa Clara Marriott to participate in the first ever ONF Connect event, a unique operator-hosted conference which featured presentations from ONF’s partners: AT&T, China Mobile, China Unicom, Comcast, Google, Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, NTT Group, and […]

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November 082018

Project Stratum Upcoming Dates & ONF Connect

Project Stratum – the ONF’s open source project to develop a reference implementation for white box switches supporting all next generation SDN interfaces, has some key Global events, including China and the USA, upcoming and leading up to December.  We hope you will be able to join and contribute! November 14th – 16th: (Wednesday to […]

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October 082018

Service Providers Confident in Open Networking for Edge Automation and Service Delivery

The survey results are in, and Open Networking and SDN technologies have hit key thresholds of confidence and acceptance, following both evaluation and deployments by a large collection of service providers.  98% of those surveyed are bullish about open source networking. The compelling data, published at the ONS Europe Summit #ONS2018 in Amsterdam, late September […]

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September 132018

Recap of ONOS SDN-IP at IDNOG Indonesia

ONOS SDN-IP at IDNOG In July 2018, ONF’s ambassador Aris Risdianto presented ONOS and SDN-IP application at 5th IDNOG (Indonesia Network Operators Group) Conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. IDNOG is an independent non-profit organization with many volunteering-based membership from ISP, Telco Operator, Content Provider, Academia, ICT Regulators and other network owner. The IDNOG conference is mainly […]

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September 112018

ODTN Phase 1.0 Results and Demo

Today the ODTN (Open Disaggregated Transport Network) project members announce completion of phase 1.0 of the project and proudly showcase a demo of the work which has been done. Phase 1.0 of ODTN was the first step in the project’s goal to open the optical transport network for choice and innovation by disaggregating the components […]

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August 272018

ONOS Project: An Update

Over the last 6 months, the community produced the 1.12 and the 1.13 releases of ONOS. Over this time a significant service provider has taking ONOS 1.12 into production, and they are gearing up to upgrade to ONOS 1.13 in their test environments. This significant milestone demonstrates that ONOS has reached the required functional and […]

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August 272018

Stratum: Project Update

Stratum enables the next generation of SDN programmability and network control by creating a production quality thin switch OS with a consistent set of interfaces across a wide variety of fixed function and programmable hardware. It supports P4Runtime for control, gNMI using OpenConfig models for configuration/monitoring/telemetry, and gNOI services for operations. It provides a unified data plane […]

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August 272018

Project XOS: An Update

XOS provides a framework to define a set of declarative models and use them to manage the collection of components that have been configured into an operational system. XOS is itself deployed as a set of micro-services, collectively forming a ControlPlane-as-a-Service that: Serves as a single unifying interface to a collection of backend services, avoiding the […]

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