The CNTT (Common NFVI Telco Task Force) launched officially in June 2019. Its mission is to define a common NFV Infrastructure to simplify the development and deployment of virtualized and containerized networking applications for the telecom industry.
GSMA and LF Networking are excited to announce that the next CNTT Technical F2F work shop is scheduled in Los Angeles, California, conducted on April 22 & 23. This event will immediately follow the Open Networking & Edge Summit .
The CNTT work shop will be a great opportunity to advance and refine the work on CNTT Reference Reference Architectures, Reference Implementation, and Reference Certification - all coinciding with activities surrounding initial trials, launch, and adoption. Work will continue to define and address implementation considerations for OPNFV and the OPNFV Verification Program (OVP). This will be a hands-on meeting, so please come prepared to work and propose solutions.
As a reminder, the CNTT GitHub can be found here: https://cntt-n.github.io/CNTT/
The link to the GSMA and Linux Foundation agreement to support the CNTT initiative can be found here: https://www.linuxfoundation.org/press-release/2019/06/linux-foundation-and-the-gsma-announce-partnership-to-further-align-nfvi-efforts/
April 22-23, 2020 - 09:00 - 18:00 (Local Time)
711 South Hope Street, Los Angeles, California 90017 (maps & travel information)
This is the same venue and will coincide with the ONAP and OPNFV technical community meetings. Joint community sessions will be planned.
This section will be updated as additional logistics are confirmed.
Registration for this free CNTT Technical F2F event will be available and communicated soon! While walk-ins are welcome, registration is requested for planning and communications purposes.
Remote attendance is supported and will be facilitated through a zoom meeting bridge. Please reference the LFN Master Schedule for the zoom bridges.
LFN Technical Meetings at ONES:NA 2020 (Master Schedule with links to Etherpad and materials)
Click here to see the complete LFN 2020 Los Angeles Technical meeting schedule (all communities)
Please reference LFN 2020 Los Angeles Technical Forum for the official event schedule: Click (coming soon!)
Work Shop artifacts will be posted prior to the conference.