November 22, 2019, Vancouver — On Wednesday November 20th Technology Group, Inc., (Turnium) took part in the VCO 3.0 project at KubeCon in San Diego alongside the Linux Foundation and Red Hat.
Turnium’s layer-3 networking technology enabled the first 5G call over Internet using a cloud-native, containerized, software-defined network. The call was made from the keynote stage at the San Diego Conference Center and Sophia Antipolis, north-east of Cannes, France as part of a live showcase.
Turnium’s software was demonstrated running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and OpenShift (Kubernetes) for containerization. The project showcased how Turnium’s Trusted Networks as a Service increases network reliability in hybrid and multi-cloud cloud environments and delivers failover and bandwidth availability to ensure a high-quality end-user experience.
Sandeep Panesar, SVP of Strategic Engagement at Turnium, was interviewed by theCUBE after the demonstration alongside Heather Kirksey from the Linux Foundation.
Sandeep Panesar, Turnium & Heather Kirksey, Linux Foundation | KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2019
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About Turnium Technology Group Inc.
Turnium Technology Group Inc. delivers its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) solution as a managed cloud-native service and as a licensed OEM white label software platform. Turnium’s managed SD-WAN is available direct to enterprises and through its enterprise partner channel of Managed Service Providers and industry vertical specific Value-Added Resellers. Turnium’s white-label SD-WAN software platform is available through a global Channel Partner program that enables Internet and Managed Service Providers and Telecommunications Service Providers to offer, host, and control their own branded SD-WAN offering quickly and easily. For more information, contact email@example.com.