5G Super Blueprint comes to life at ONE Summit with live a keynote demonstration of network slicing in 5G and 6 pavilion demonstrations of new blueprints use cases and ecosystem solutionsONE Summit to feature Mini Summit by the US Government Enabling Secure Open and Programmable 5G NetworksRegister today to join the community and see the demonstrations at the Open Networking amp Edge Summit virtual experience October 10-11.

SAN FRANCISCO October 5 2021 LF Networking LFN which facilitates collaboration and operational excellence across open source networking projects today announced its 5G Super Blueprint initiative will host use case demonstrations across 5G edge IoT and cloud native during Open Networking amp Edge ONE Summit Kubernetes on Edge Day October 11-12 2021.

The 5G Super Blueprint is a community-driven integration of multiple open source initiatives that collaboratively demonstrate end-to-end use cases of end user implementation architectures. LFN creates a framework based on these integrated initiatives and projects to then develop blueprints defined by a community-driven process that allows end-to-end solution use cases across vertical markets.


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