Gearing Up for 5G with New Open Source Solutions – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 457

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, John Healy, GM of the Software Defined Networking Division in the Network Platforms Group at Intel, discusses the theme of 5G and open source advancements. He emphasizes how open source projects like Open Source MANO (OSM) and “Fido” are bringing community of innovators together to expand and add more features and functionalities based on open standards for interoperability. John also explains Intel’s role in contributions to open source projects and what is Intel doing to provide platform telemetry data into the orchestrator with Intel Open Network Platform.

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