Scope is an association of Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) that boasts Nokia, Alcatel, Lucnet, Ericsson, Motorola, NEC, Siemens, HP and Intel among its sponsors and contributors.
According to Scope and OSDL, the updated CGL Profile “reflects the expectations of the NEPs for a Linux Operating System used in Carrier Grade Base Platforms when creating Control and Service Plane Network Elements.”
The Scope profile describes a subset of the mandatory CGL 3.2 features and prioritises the CGL 3.2 'roadmap' items that are necessary to support Carrier Grade Base Platforms (CGBP) for NEPs.
It also identifies extended NEP requirements not currently addressed in the CGL Requirements Definition 3.2.
The Scope Alliance and OSDL said they plan to continue their efforts to maintain alignment between the needs of NEPs and future versions of CGL.
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