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Tuesday, May 14 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
OpenDaylight: Redefining Software-Defined Networking - Phil Robb, The Linux Foundation

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Linux has already taken over the datacenter, smartphones, and many other leading consumer devices. As new trends disrupted markets, Linux and open source software helped shape and define the next generation of technology underpinning those trends. This same process is taking shape in the networking market. Recently, The Linux Foundation launched a Collaborative Project with networking industry leaders called OpenDaylight to build an open source Software-Defined Networking controller. The project was launched with open governance, an open source license and a technical meritocracy to enable building a vibrant, engaging ecosystem of developers, vendors and users. Join us in this session to find out more about OpenDaylight and how open source collaboration is leading software-defined networking.

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Phillip Robb

Director - Networking Solutions, OpenDaylight
Director of Networking Solutions for The Linux Foundation

Tuesday May 14, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Main Dining Room

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