Magma Dev Conference

2021 Recap

On February 3, over 700 people from over 50 countries and almost 350 companies registered to learn about Magma, an open source software platform that gives network operators an open, flexible and extendable mobile core network solution.

The Magma Developers Conference featured:

  • Magma developers sharing project updates to the growing Magma community and how the platform enables service providers and systems integrators to deploy faster and more efficient networks
  • Production use cases highlighting the benefits of deploying
  • Magma to build cost-effective and extensible carrier-grade networks, connecting rural towns and tribal nations
  • In the magma roadmap session we discuss the core principle of iterative development and the hacker ethos that underpins the development process in the open source project. We also describe the current priority use cases for the project which are fixed wireless, private LTE and WiFi core and provide a snapshot of the current roadmap which includes work in getting the 5G SA code to a minimum viable product offering.
Creating a neutral governance for Magma under the Linux Foundation
Magma Enabling Tribes to Control Their Internet Access Future
Magma 5G Demo
Magma Community Project Evolution
Magma on Arm – porting and best practices
Magma User story: WiConnect

Magma Development Roadmap

A recap has been posted on Superuser, and you can watch the sessions on the Magma Developers Conference YouTube playlist now.

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