As the leader in open Networking, Edgecore Networks takes a lot of initiative to drive the innovation of the open networking. We are very happy and proud to share with you about our recent activities related to OCP Summit in March.
Edgecore Networks Introduces 400G Open Networking: Contributes Design of Industry’s First 400G Open Network Switch to Open Compute Project
Edgecore Networks, the leader in open networking, today announced its contribution to the Open Compute Project (OCP) of the design of a 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400G) data center switch, the industry’s first 400G open design, that will enable public and private network operators to increase dramatically the capacity of their infrastructures. You can find more details in the following link. More information.
In addition, You can find the overview of Edgecore Networks Open Networking product information as following, including all different kind of products 1G/25G/40G/100G with variety of form factors.
➤Mojo Networks and Edgecore Networks Light Up Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit with World's First Large-Scale "Open WiFi" Deployment More information
Facebook, Google and Big Switch Networks to Demonstrate Open Source Collaboration with Next-Gen Network Operating Systems During OCP Summit Keynote
"Edgecore has supported ONL on our entire portfolio of OCP-ACCEPTED™ and open network switches for years, and we are pleased now to be an ONL Certified Gold partner,” said George Tchaparian, CEO of Edgecore Networks and GM of Open Networking at Accton Technology. “ONL has accelerated open networking adoption, with many of our commercial software partners leveraging ONL to deliver solutions for a broad set of use cases with our open network switches. In addition, Edgecore has enabled service providers to deploy open technology in CORD and access network infrastructures by packaging ONL with other open source software components on our open network switches, virtual OLTs and open packet transponders." More information
➤Barefoot Networks Brings the Power of P4 Programmability to Open Compute Project’s SONiCMore information