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Amdocs aligns with AT&T open source, with ONAP and Acumos moves

Amdocs is seeking to reinvent itself as an open source integrator, and is relying heavily on aligning with AT&T’s own open platform initiatives. The software vendor worked with AT&T on ECOMP, the management and orchestration platform which is now the basis of the would-be open standard, ONAP (Open Network Automation Protocol). It has talked about the growth opportunities from projects to help operators deploy and integrate ONAP-based systems. At the Open Networking Summit last week, Amdocs announced that it had worked with Microsoft to enable ONAP on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, and will open source that code next month. That will help MNOs to support virtual network services running on Azure, orchestrated and managed with ONAP. “This project is…

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