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Radisys opens door to vEPC rival Mavenir to achieve greater M-CORD goals

After years providing racks and protocol stacks, and other under-the-bonnet offerings, Radisys is carving out a new – and higher profile – identity for itself as the heart of the M-CORD project. This open source initiative is part of the wider CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) movement, which is gaining momentum amid telcos’ moves towards virtualization, software-defined networking (SDN) and edge computing. Radisys contributed its own virtualized EPC (evolved packet core) framework to M-CORD a year ago, but operators are insistent that their next generation platforms must be multivendor as well as open source. So now, Radisys has integrated another vEPC, from Mavenir, into its implementation of the M-CORD code, providing an open reference solution for the system…

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