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CORD started as an ONOS use case, but has since been spun off into its own open source project. To follow the latest developments of CORD, visit: 

For information about early incarnations of CORD, see:

For the original wiki pages for E-CORD and M-CORD (which have since moved to https://wiki.opencord.org), see:

For a proposed use case that could become part of CORD at some point, see:



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