Open Source’s Twentieth Anniversary: And Where the Next Twenty Years Will Take Us (David Roe, CMSWire)

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“Easy” Open Source John Zannos is GM and CRO at Montréal, Canada based Inocybe, which provides open networking solutions. He said that telecom and cable companies are adopting open source in networking to help tackle the challenge of increasing revenue, pace of innovation and reducing the cost of deploying new revenue generating services. Over the […]

Inocybe named “The Top 10 Most Valuable SDN Solution Providers of 2017” by Insights Success Magazine

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We are very pleased and honoured to be included on the cover page of Insights Success Magazine’s December/January edition. Learn more about how Inocybe helps service providers and enterprises simplify the deployment, management of intelligent open networks by clicking on the cover below or through this link: http://www.insightssuccess.com/inocybe-technologies-simplifying-deployment-management-intelligent-open-networks/

Top Tech Contenders in 2018 (Carl Weinschenk, Telco Transformation)

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Inocybe: Rise of machine learning “Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will continue to be the most interesting story in technology. But in 2018 we will see actual value added by ML to operating models. The convergence of cloud, 5G and IoT will demand the implementation of intelligent (through ML) and automated networks (through […]

6 Hot Tech Trends That Will Impact the Enterprise in 2018 (Cynthia Harvey, Network Computing)

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Great to be recognized by Network Computing’s Cynthia Harvey in her piece, “6 Hot Tech Trends That Will Impact the Enterprise in 2018”. Cythia’s piece highlights several emerging technologies including network AI and automation, that will continue to define Enterprise Network Computing and IT infrastructure in 2018. John Zannos of Inocybe prediction can be found […]

2018 Predictions: Apple Buys Tesla — Cook Retires — Musk Takes The Reins (Chris Wilder, Forbes)

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Great to have Inocybe Technologies recognised by Christopher Wilder in Forbes as one of the companies to watch in 2018! Open Source and Software Defined “everything” will continue to grow as a viable option for many enterprises. It was not too long ago that Open Source software was simply considered free software, developed by hackers and crackers to […]

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. […]