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We believe the future is open software networks that give service providers control over how they implement their ideas and priorities for change. We believe our job is to be the catalyst to bring open software networking out of the lab and into their live network. We started Lumina Networks to ensure that providers can use open source in critical use cases, not just experimental ones. Yet, delivering technology by itself is not enough. Our customers are learning and doing with us, so they acquire the skills, practices and tools needed to develop and manage the platforms we jointly deploy.

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LUMINA NETWORKS HELPS CABLE OPERATORS VIA OPENDAYLIGHT SOFTWARE

SDxCentral | August 06, 2018

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Lumina Networks is using its OpenDaylight expertise to help cable operators manage quality of service across their cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) from disparate vendors. When you think of the open source OpenDaylight (ODL) project, you generally think of new, forward-leaning networks: ODL is often used for software-defined networking. And when you think of CMTSs, you think of old technology that cable operators have used for decades. But Lumina Networks and CableLabs are bridging the ol...

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GOOGLE GARNERS SUPPORT FROM TECH INDUSTRY IN SUPREME COURT API COPYRIGHT FIGHT

ZDnet | January 14, 2020

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A group of tech companies and organisations have come forth with support for Google in its legal stoush against Oracle, a case that could determine the outlook of software development's future. The Google-Oracle legal battle dates back over a decade, with the core issue being whether copyright laws bar the commonplace practice of software reimplementation -- the "process of writing new software to perform certain functions of a legacy product". It was also...

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AMAZON WILL ASK A COURT TO BLOCK MICROSOFT FROM WORKING ON A $10 BILLION CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACT

CNN International | January 14, 2020

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Amazon will ask a federal court to temporarily block Microsoft (MSFT) from working on a $10 billion cloud computing contract for the military, according to a court filing Monday. Microsoft is scheduled to begin its work on the contract on Feb. 11. But Amazon's cloud computing division will seek a preliminary injunction to "prevent the issuance of substantive task orders under the contract," the filing said. Amazon's request will be submitted by Jan. 24. The request is part of A...

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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

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Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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LUMINA NETWORKS HELPS CABLE OPERATORS VIA OPENDAYLIGHT SOFTWARE

SDxCentral | August 06, 2018

Lumina Networks is using its OpenDaylight expertise to help cable operators manage quality of service across their cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) from disparate vendors. When you think of the open source OpenDaylight (ODL) project, you generally think of new, forward-leaning networks: ODL is often used for software-defined networking. And when you think of CMTSs, you think of old technology that cable operators have used for decades. But Lumina Networks and CableLabs are bridging the ol...

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GOOGLE GARNERS SUPPORT FROM TECH INDUSTRY IN SUPREME COURT API COPYRIGHT FIGHT

ZDnet | January 14, 2020

A group of tech companies and organisations have come forth with support for Google in its legal stoush against Oracle, a case that could determine the outlook of software development's future. The Google-Oracle legal battle dates back over a decade, with the core issue being whether copyright laws bar the commonplace practice of software reimplementation -- the "process of writing new software to perform certain functions of a legacy product". It was also...

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AMAZON WILL ASK A COURT TO BLOCK MICROSOFT FROM WORKING ON A $10 BILLION CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACT

CNN International | January 14, 2020

Amazon will ask a federal court to temporarily block Microsoft (MSFT) from working on a $10 billion cloud computing contract for the military, according to a court filing Monday. Microsoft is scheduled to begin its work on the contract on Feb. 11. But Amazon's cloud computing division will seek a preliminary injunction to "prevent the issuance of substantive task orders under the contract," the filing said. Amazon's request will be submitted by Jan. 24. The request is part of A...

Read More
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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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