Flexible and agile service adaptation at the cost of commodity servers and whitebox switches VOLTHA introduces the next-generation optical access system architecture, based on SDN/NFV technologies. Disaggregating PON functions to functional modules with open interfaces supports the CORD vision for open source reference implementations to service "Access-as-a-Service" use cases. VOLTHA is a virtual OLT hardware abstraction component that supports the CORD Project objective of multi-vendor, multi-domain "any broadband access as a service" reference implementation for the Central Office. VOLTHA provides isolation between an abstract (vendor agnostic) PON management system, and a set of vendor-specific and white-box PON hardware devices. On its north-bound interface, VOLTHA provides a set of abstract APIs which north-bound systems can interact with the PON networks. On its south-bound side, VOLTHA communicates with PON hardware devices using vendor-specific protocols and protocol extensions through adapters.
The documentation of VOLTHA is located here: docs.voltha.org
The technical steering team is responsible for all technical decisions in the project. They are responsible for the content and structure of the code base and for all technical priorities with respect to the code base.
Current TST Members
|David Bainbridge||Ciena||TST Member|
|Andrea Campanella||ONF||TST Member|
|Amit Ghosh||Radisys||TST Member|
|Mahir Gunyel||Netsia||TST Member|
|Khen Nursimulu||Ciena||TST Member|
The mailing lists are the preferred way to get in touch with the project members with any questions, suggestions, or concerns.
NOTE: these meetings are PUBLIC and often RECORDED. The recordings can be found on YouTube: