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Tele2 Adopts Canonical's Ubuntu Open Source OpenStack Cloud for NFV

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Canonical scored another major telecom partnership related to its open source Ubuntu Linux platform this week, when Tele2 announced that it is moving more operations to the cloud using Canonical's Ubuntu-based OpenStack platform.

Tele2 is a major European telecommunications provider. On Wednesday, it announced that it is migrating more of its infrastructure to the cloud by adopting OpenStack and network functions virtualization (NFV).

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Also: NFV App Architecture Must Improve – Tele2

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