Date: Monday, January 23, 2017
Time: 11:00 a.m. New York/4:00 p.m. London
Mike Robuck, Editor, Telco Transformation
Marc Cohn, Vice President of Network Strategy, Executive Director, OPEN-O project
Christopher Donley, Senior Director, Telco Open Source Ecosystems, Huawei Technologies, Chair, OPEN-O Technical Steering Committee (TSC)
Qiong Sun, Director, SDN Technology R&D Team, China Telecom, OPEN-O Governing Board member
Over the past year, open source networking had climbed up the stack, resulting in a number of open orchestration initiatives.
OPEN-O is a new Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, that bridges NFV and SDN by enabling operators to orchestrate composite services based on a wide range of VNFs that may be dynamically deployed over SDN and legacy network services.
In less than 5 months from the formation of the project, OPEN-O delivered its initial release, leveraging among the world's largest carriers and vendors.
In this webinar, the OPEN-O leadership will provide an overview of the OPEN-O project, including the architecture, key technologies, and project status. We will also share China Telecom's perspective on OPEN-O as CT pursues their CTNet2025 SDN/NFV architecture for the future.
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