Open Source in ODAM: The Enemy of Hegemony is Our Friend

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The transformation to cloud, Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) will not only change the communications industry, but every industry that touches and depends upon it. If executed successfully, this transformation will be more than radical; it will elevate the CSPs that choose to undergo this transformation to a heightened level of success. Stratecast believes it will be far better for CSPs and suppliers to lead this transformation, and prepare for the impact of open source, than be led by it. This report will explore some of the steps that CSPs and suppliers are taking to assert themselves into the process, and lead where they can.

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Open Source in ODAM: The Enemy of Hegemony is Our FriendOSSCS 17-04IntroductionFirst Things First: Open Source is Not a Death Knell for OSS or BSSOpenStack: Today’s Platform for the Future—for NowOpen Source UpdatesSteamrolling Telecom Operations Will Not WorkStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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