Telcos Move from Black boxes to Open Source

Linux Foundation Networking LFN organized its first virtual event last week and we sat down with Arpit Joshipura the General Manager of Networking IoT and Edge at the Linux Foundation to talk about the key points of the event and how LFN is leading the adoption of open source within the telco space.

Swapnil Bhartiya Today we have with us Arpit Joshipura General Manager of Networking IoT and Edge at the Linux Foundation. Arpit what were some of the highlights of this event Some big announcements that you can talk about.

Arpit Joshipura This was a global event with more than 80 sessions and was attended by attendees from over 75 countries. The sessions were very diverse. A lot of the sessions were end-user driven operator driven as well as from our vendors and partners. If you take LF Networking and LFH as two umbrellas that are leading the Networking and Edge implementations here we had a very significant announcement. I would probably group them into 5 main things.

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