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Wireless Week: ONAP Unveils First Release Amsterdam

By November 22, 2017In The News

The Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) Project has unveiled its first platform release, ONAP Amsterdam, to help service providers with ongoing efforts to virtualize their networks.

Amsterdam aims to deliver a unified architecture for end-to-end, closed-loop network automation, according to the group.

Providing a new service delivery lifecycle for teleco, cable, and cloud providers, ONAP said it’s the first open-source project to bring together the majority of operators (end users) with the majority of vendors (integrators) to build a real service automation and orchestration platform.

Read more at Wireless Week.