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ETSI holds successful SDN NETCONF Plugtests interoperability event

SIAE MICROELETTRONICA successfully completed the fourth millimetre Wave Transmission (mWT) Software Defined Networking (SDN) Plugtests™ event which was performed from 20 to 24 February 2023 at the ETSI headquarters, in Sophia Antipolis, France.

Following three previous mWT Plugtests events focused on a Northbound Interface (NBI) using the RESTCONF protocol, this fourth event looked at the Southbound Interface (SBI) using the NETCONF protocol.

This event focused on proving the ability of a Software Defined Network (SDN) to extract inventory data and operate from an end-to-end service point of view, by controlling a chain of Millimetre Wave network devices. In the process, the aim was to establish a common set of parameters required to enable interoperability and end-to-end service management.

More information can be found at the official ETSI event web page

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