Super Blueprints Integrate the 5G Open Source Stack from Core to Door

There is an exciting convergence in the networking industry around open source and the energy is palpable. At LF Networking we have a unique perspective as the largest open source initiative in the networking space with the broadest set of projects that make up the diverse and evolving open source networking stack. LF Networking provides platforms and building blocks across the networking industry that enable rapid interoperability deployment and adoption and is the nexus for 5G innovation and integration.

LF Networking has now tapped confluence on industry efforts to structure a new initiative to develop 5G Super Blueprints for the ecosystem. Major integrations between the building blocks are now underwaybetween ONAP and ORAN Akraino and Magma Anuket and Kubernetes and more.

Super means that were integrating multiple projects umbrellas such as LF Edge Magma CNCF O-RAN Alliance LF Energy and more with an end-to-end framework for the underlying infrastructure and application layers across edge access and core. This end-to-end integration enables top industry use cases such as fixed wireless mobile broadband private 5G multi-access IoT voice services network slicing and more. In short 5G Super Blueprints are a vehicle to collaborate and create end-to-end 5G solutions.


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