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2/23/2015 | 1:39:03 PM
Re: Google: OpenConfig Grows
jq4ym, yes - you are right.  They have found a smart way to create value in the open systems space and are profiting from it.  As I think open configuration will continue to appeal and grow, they will likely benefit by serving the customers' desire for open systems and choice.
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2/21/2015 | 10:12:58 PM
Re: Google: OpenConfig Grows
Somehow, in my mind at least, it seem only natural that Google would be entirely comfortable with OpenConfig. Relying as they have on the success at structuring what used to be unstructured search and the vast constributions of others to their business model. Google certainly sees great benefits of heading in this direction.
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2/19/2015 | 7:59:25 PM
Re: Google: OpenConfig Grows
Carol, what a smart design.  That appears to be an excellent way to drive the market.  I really like the innovative way they have built their network on the core engineering resources.  It seems to me that this will find good results and truly advance the market.


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