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The Open Mobile Evolved Core (OMEC) is a package of seven individual repositories comprising 12 Virtual Network Functions (VNF)- Mobility Management Entity (MME), Home Subscription Server (HSS), Database (DB), Serving Gateway Control (SGWC), Serving Gateway User Plane (SGWU), Packet Gateway Control (PGWC), Packet Gateway User Plane (PGWU), Charge Data Function (CDF), Charge Trigger Function (CTF), Intel® Secure Guard Extensions Dealer In (SGX-DLR-IN), Intel® Secure Guard Extensions Router (SGX Router), Intel® Secure Guard Extensions Dealer Out (SGX-DLR-OUT). The OMEC open source software is a research proof of concept and not intended or tested for production use.
Information about each of the individual repositories can be found here: OMEC Repositories.
Test Plan Matrix
Key People & Communication Channels
The Technical Steering Team (TST) for OMEC includes:
Oğuz Sunay, ONF
Christian Maciocco, Intel
Manuel Paul, Deutsche Telekom
Lyle Bertz, Sprint
Somnath Chakrabarti, Intel
Doug Eng, AT&T
The mailing list for the TST (open only to TST members) can be accessed here:
- OMEC-Announce: Mailing List for OMEC Announcements
- OMEC-Dev: Mailing List for OMEC Developers
OMEC-Discuss: Mailing List for General Discussion on OMEC (Open to All)
The OMEC Slack is the best way to get quick answers to your questions. Our team is distributed globally, so someone should be available at all times. If you're an ONF member you can automatically create an account at omecproject.slack.com
All code for OMEC repositories is stored on Github.