Open Source for Telco – Intel Chip Chat: Network Insights – Episode 56

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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: John Zannos, VP of Cloud Alliances at Canonical, explains how the industry can take key learnings from data center cloud and apply them to the telecom space in this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. One way to do this is through open standards and making sure OpenStack works in telco environments. Canonical is contributing through Juju and Ubuntu, which continue to reflect the marketplace and telco needs, including the addition of the data plane development kit (DPDK) into the latest release of Ubuntu in April. John shares news of a new interoperability lab and how Canonical continues to work with industry organizations like ETSI, OPNFV and Open Source MANO, among other organizations.

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