Cisco Open Network Environment

June 14, 2013


Using Open Source in Networked Environments

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While the topic of Open Source is not new,  the topic of using open source in today’s networks has gained momentum in recent times, which, not surprisingly, coincides with the broader conversation of open networking. While there is considerable interest, there is also a lot of confusion. Several questions pop-up: – What is Open Source vs. an […]

April 1, 2013


Programmable Networks Will Power the Internet of Everything

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We’re 13 years into the new millennium and we still don’t have flying cars, house cleaning robot maids or refrigerators that talk back to us.  Not everything predicted for our Jetson-like future came true — or maybe not as quickly as expected.  Yet, that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.   Our industry talked about triple play […]

March 31, 2013


[Webcast]: An introduction to Cisco onePK with Ayman Sayed, SVP, NOSTG

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For those who are on the learning curve on various aspects of network programmability, open networking and SDN (like we are), I’d like to invite you to the third in a series of educational webicasts on these topics. Brought under the umbrella of the Cisco Open Network Environment, this particular webcast focuses on “An introduction […]

December 9, 2012


Cisco Open Network Environment – Introducing the Knowledge Portal

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Over the last several months, since Cisco announced its Open Network Environment strategy, there has been considerable progress on multiple fronts: – Early field trials (EFTs) with several Enterprise and Service Provider customers – Proof-of-concepts (PoCs) and customer feedback providing more insight into use-cases and product evolution – Several acquisitions have been announced that complement […]