Monthly Archives: May 2014

More Details and Refined Status for the ExperiaSphere Project!

I’m trying to provide regular updates on the ExperiaSphere activity without giving you old news or nothing useful.  Hopefully today I have something that avoids these traps! I’ve determined that the best way to explain ExperiaSphere is to start with … Continue reading

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We Are Almost There!

And so it goes on!  I have additional progress to report on the open-source-friendly ExperiaSphere model for management and orchestration for SDN, NFV, and the cloud.  I’ve completed my preliminary webinar series with major stakeholders in the operator and standards … Continue reading

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Populating the Functional Zones of ExperiaSphere

I’ve gone through almost a half-dozen webinars/presentations on the ExperiaSphere model, and the good news is that I’ve not found any major issues.  That means that my activity can continue along expected lines and that I should have something I … Continue reading

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