The ONUG Great Debate

Two Roads to Open Networking

Scott Bradner moderates the ONUG Great Debate between Dr. Jennifer Rexford of Princeton and Dr. David Cheriton of Stanford. The debate topic covers the approaches to open networking and how open source may not be the most acceptable way to open standards and wider adoption of technologies in the networking community.

Recorded at the Fall 2016 ONUG meeting in New York City, New York on October 24, 2016. For more information about ONUG.


The ONUG Great Debate – Two Roads to Open Networking from Open Networking User Group

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