Putting a Stake in the Ground with ONUG

By Ernest Lefner AT&T distributed 75 press releases in September and I admit I don’t normally pay attention to these announcements, but there was one that caught my eye last week: “AT&T Launches Supplier Domain 2.0 — Next-Generation Supplier Program Facilitates AT&T’s Rapid Transformation to an Open, Cloud-based Network; New Vendor Relationships to be Added.” […]

Advocating End-Users and Open Networking

by Marc Cohn One of the particularly noteworthy aspects of the journey towards Open Networking is the strong pull from the end-users who stand to benefit most. Unlike many standards initiatives, Software-Defined Networking – the catalyst for network transformation – enjoys broad support from the enterprise to data center operators, through the carriers.

JPMorgan Chase to Host ONUG Fall 2013 October 29-30 in NYC

The Open Networking User Group (ONUG) is fortunate to have the support of trailblazing IT leaders committed to expediting the deployment of  Software-Defined Networking (SDN), programmable  networking, and open networking solutions. I want to acknowledge our innovative Board of Directors and the companies that support their ONUG efforts: