Podcast: Inocybe Technologies at MEF17 (Melissa Hunter, Telecom Reseller)

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Melissa Hunter speaks with John Zannos, Chief Revenue Officer of Inocybe Technologies at MEF17, Orlando, November 13. Inocybe’s Open Networking Platform enables customers to deploy an integrated and consumable network based on the leading, emerging and innovative open networking software. The Inocybe Open Networking Platform accelerates the adoption of automated and intelligent networking for enterprises […]

Kontron on SDN in Developing Markets (Light Reading)

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Kontron’s Luc-Yves Pagal Vinette discusses software-defined networking (SDN) in developing markets and how Kontron is facilitating a fast transformation to SDN/NFV for service providers in Africa with partners such as Inocybe Technologies. Source: Light Reading

Intel Steps Up To Showcase Leadership In Autonomous Vehicles And The Internet Of Things (Chris Wilder, Forbes)

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Over the past few weeks, I have been with Intel Corporation learning about its Internet of Things (IoT) product roadmaps from security, healthcare, retail, energy, smart cities, and, perhaps most interestingly, how Intel is leveraging IoT to extend the customer experience. This week I will be in the Bay Area with Intel’s Autonomous Vehicle (AV) team getting a deeper dive […]

Service providers use NFV open source to innovate the network (Lee Doyle, SearchSDN)

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With NFV open source, service providers can push network innovation and reduce network costs. But service providers will need to adjust to a new open source culture. Leading service providers have embraced the promise that open source software can positively affect network innovation and reduce overall network costs, especially when it comes to NFV open source. […]

Kontron & Inocybe Partner to Build Open Networking Platforms

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Kontron, a global provider of cloud and carrier-class integrated infrastructure platforms, and Inocybe Technologies, a leading Open Networking technology provider from the data center to the network edge, today announced cooperative plans to bring fully integrated ‘out-of-the-box’ Open Networking platforms to the enterprise and service provider communities. Both companies will be at SDN NFV World […]

Inocybe & Wind River Collaborate on NFV (Light Reading)

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Inocybe Technologies, a leading Open Networking technology provider from the data center to the network edge, with Wind River today announced their collaboration to supply a fully integrated and ultra-reliable NFV foundation for the rigorous demands of carrier and critical enterprise networks. Cloud, IoT and 5G are changing how modern networks are operated and deployed […]

Inocybe Expands Reach, Leadership as SDN Controller Market Matures (Dan Meyer, SDxCentral)

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Inocybe Technologies is banking on the continued growth of open source-based software-defined networking (SDN)controllers. The company is expanding the physical reach of its operations and depth of its leadership team. The Montreal-based firm, which provides open source SDN controllers based on OpenDaylight (ODL) specifications, opened new offices in San Francisco, Boston, and London. Inocybe said the move […]

Open Source Champion Zannos Joins Inocybe (Sarah Thomas, Light Reading)

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John Zannos, a prominent figure in the open source world, has left Canonical and joined open networking technology company Inocybe as chief revenue officer. Montreal-based Inocybe Technologies announced Zannos’s arrival on Monday, along with the company’s expansion into San Francisco, Boston and London. Inocybe, while only 25 employees strong, has gone into growth mode, with plans to […]

CIOs And CTOs Must Understand How The Internet Of Things Is Changing How Business Is Done (Chris Wilder, Forbes)

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First and foremost, it’s important to remember IoT is not new. In fact, one could argue industrial IoT was invented by stalwarts like Johnson Controls, Honeywell, Itron, General Electric and Schneider Electric last century through their sensors, meters and other devices used to monitor and manage HVAC, SCADA and other energy assets. What’s changed are improvements in interest, infrastructure and information. […]