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Inocybe Technologies
Inocybe is the pure-play OpenDaylight company, delivering all the software, services, training and support needed for running OpenDaylight.
Inocybe is the pure-play OpenDaylight company, delivering all the software, services, training and support needed for running OpenDaylight.
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Congratulations to Neela Jacques on his new role at Bain Capital! Neela led OpenDaylight from a nascent project whose future was doubted by many, to a vibrant, growing open-source community that has now become the de facto standard platform for software-defined networking (SDN)! https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/neela-jacques-departs-opendaylight-bain-capital/2017/02/?utm_source=sdnc_slider&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=links

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Great analysis by Peter Jarich - AT&T, ECOMP and the Increasingly Difficult Pace of Virtualization: https://goo.gl/NNtQoQ 

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OpenDaylight's Director of Ecosystem Development, Lisa Caywood, discusses last year's milestones and this year's roadmap with Telco Transformation: https://goo.gl/pjYKzJ

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Thrilled to see TMC name our customer Avaya's SDN Fx Architecture & Avaya's Open Network Adapters as a 2016 SDN Product of the Year Award winner: http://expi.co/01IXe8 - Inocybe's Open Networking Platform runs the SDN control of Avaya’s SDN Fx architecture.
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Thrilled to be hosting our next SDN Meetup at Microsoft's Montreal HQ. There will be presentations from Pierre Roman on Microsoft Azure and SDN, and from CloudOps' Carlos Rivera on OpenContrail. Join Us: https://lnkd.in/d_tFyeU
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One day, we’ll simply take it for granted that intent-based networking saves engineers' time: https://t.co/LqaCiQxC2F 

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After years of proprietary solutions, the financial sector is now embracing open source software: https://goo.gl/XieI0R 

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Great insights on using SDN at Scale from AT&T, Tencent, Google and our partner, Serro. Watch on demand: https://youtu.be/SKwv6zkAYcY

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Whether the force is strong with you or not, there is a lot you can learn from R2-D2 and BB-8 about network automation: http://www.itproportal.com/features/how-star-wars-can-teach-you-about-network-automation/

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The future Internet will use virtual infrastructure, have built-in monitoring functions, and will be largely encrypted. Great read on Building the Foundation of the Future Internet with FD.io: https://goo.gl/XACg5b via The Fast Mode
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