AT&T and Dell Technologies are jointly exploring the development of key open infrastructure technology areas for the next-generation network edge that will be required by service providers to support new use cases and service opportunities in a cloud-oriented 5G world.
Creating the network that will eventually link millions of quantum devices together requires tapping into the collective intelligence of numerous experts working and networking together.
As part of our ongoing commitment to open and collaborative innovation, we’re working with SKT, Intel Corporation, and the OpenStack Foundation to launch a new open infrastructure project called Airship.
Network convergence, simply put, is the process of merging existing network systems into a singular, multi-model communication platform that broadens use for users.
AT&T is working to provide the industry with a more open, flexible, and cost-effective alternative to traditional integrated networking equipment. We intend to open source a project that we call the Disaggregated Network Operating System, or DANOS, hosted by The Linux Foundation.
AT&T recently trialed a 10 Gbps XGS-PON virtualized network using Open Source Access Manager Hardware Abstraction (OSAM-HA) software in Atlanta and Dallas. This is another way we can provide lightning-fast internet speeds for homes and businesses.