Welcome to Our August Newsletter!
On July 29, the Linux Foundation announced CORD (Central Office Re-Architected as
Data Center) as their new open source project.
This development solidifies the significance of CORD in building, scaling and innovating services at the Central Office.
We’re thrilled to be part of this groundbreaking movement as a new CORD partner along with Google and Samsung.
Until now, the industry has lacked a simplified, open source service delivery platform that can create and deploy new services at cloud-like speed - independent of the access network.
The CORD project fills this gap by prudently cultivating an "End-to-End Integrated Platform" to personify an open source software distribution package (analogous to Linux).
As a commercial system integrator for CORD, our mission at Radisys is to advance the CORD landscape through hardening, refining, and standardizing the "integrated system" implementation paradigm - and thereby changing the customary de facto deployment time
from months to days/weeks.The Radisys CORD blueprint employs Open Compute Project (OCP), WhiteBox, and DevOps principles, including:
- DCEngine™: Hyperscale NFVi and container-based infrastructure with OCP architectures and CORD software-delivered as turn-key CORD “POD” system.
- FlowEngine™: Converged "networking" fabric that is open, programmable and service-driven - and managed through ONOS and XOS.
- CORD SI Services: The backbone of our hardware and software integration with more than 25+ years of Telco expertise to enable agile CORD
deployment and management.
If you are attending Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco from August 16-18, I invite you to come by our booth (#172) in the Network Builders community to share your thoughts on SDN/NFV/Cloud and CORD project and to meet our experts.
Learn more about how Radisys is redefining data centers and Central Office build-outs for the DevOps world.
Director, Product Management