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Nailing the myth that Open Source is intrinsically uncontrollable and unsafe


Because the global telecoms industry as a whole is unfamiliar with Open Source, some players have been wary of committing to the concept in the erroneous belief that the 'open' nature of the development process means that Open Source projects are inherently unstable, uncontrollable and perform badly...

Highlights from TelecomTVs Super Panel: Does Open Source Stack up for Service Provider Networks?

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Sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel in association with TelecomTV.

  • What role does Open Source have to play in carrier networks?
  • Why are AT&T and Telefónica so publicly committed to Open Source when other carriers are hanging back?
  • How does it affect the vendor role and landscape in the NFV space?
  • Is the 'Open' debate creating more questions than answers and thus becoming a barrier to NFV deployment in service provide networks?

These are some of the questions that were asked during this exclusive Super Panel, brought to you by TelecomTV

Filmed at: 'The Apotheke Room’ at Ocaña, Barcelona, Spain, 2016


  • Opening & closing remarks by Sarwar Raza, VP of NFV Product Management, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Lynn Comp, Director of Market Development, Network Platforms Group, Intel
  • Francisco Javier Ramon Salguero, Head of Virtualization, Telefónica, GCTO
  • Sorabh Saxena, Senior VP, Software Development & Engineering, AT&T
  • Chris Wright, Chief Technologist, Red Hat
  • Moderated by TelecomTV's Editor-in-Chief, Martyn Warwick

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