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AT&T ECOMP – Open source NFV Platform

AT&T has emerged as a beacon for the Cloud industry to follow, pioneering an open innovation program to accelerate their shift to a Cloud platform for the future of telecoms. As ChasingSpacy writes, Kevin Spacey keynoted at the 2016 AT&T Developer Conference where he set this headline theme: “It is the risk takers that are […]

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Microservices & IoT Power Panel

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