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BMS compability guide. Part 4: 100G models

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 9:34:37 PM Asia/Taipei

Hi, all.

We want to make easy compatibility guide between our switches and existing network OS.

Here is a fourth part with 100G switches. You can find other parts here:

1G - BMS compability guide. Part 1: 1G models

10G - BMS compability guide. Part 2: 10G models

40G - BMS compability guide. Part 3: 40G models

25G - BMS compability guide. Part 5: 25G models

 

Model Routing ASIC CPU Ports Supported OS

Broadcom

ICOS

PicOS by Pica8 Cumulus Linux by Cumulus Networks OpenSwitch Open Network Linux Microsoft SONiC
Netberg Aurora 720 Broadcom BCM56960 (Tomahawk) Intel Atom 2558 32 х 100G QSFP28 + n/a n/a

+

(OPS 2.0)

+ with OpenNSL and OF-DPA n/a
Netberg Aurora 710 Barefoot Tofino DFN-T10-032D Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1527 2x 10G SFP+ and 32 х 100G QSFP28 n/a n/a n/a n/a + +
Netberg Aurora 750 Barefoot Tofino DFN-T10-064Q Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1527 2x 10G SFP+ and 64 х 100G QSFP28 n/a n/a n/a n/a + +
Netberg Aurora 740 Nephos Taurus NP8369 Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1527 2x 10G SFP+ and 64 х 100G QSFP28 n/a n/a n/a n/a + +
Netberg Aurora 705 Nephos Taurus NP8367 Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1527 32 х 100G QSFP28 n/a n/a n/a n/a + +

Edge-Core AS7712-32X

(HPE Altoline 6960)

Broadcom BCM56960 (Tomahawk) Intel Atom 2538 32 х 100G QSFP28 n/a + + + + with OpenNSL and OF-DPA +

If you find a mistake, have a question or want to offer something - feel free to write us.

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BMS compability guide. Part 5: 25G models

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 9:34:37 PM Asia/Taipei

Hi, all.

We want to make easy compatibility guide between our switches and existing network OS.

Here is a fifth part with 25G switches. You can find other parts here:

1G - BMS compability guide. Part 1: 1G models

10G - BMS compability guide. Part 2: 10G models

40G - BMS compability guide. Part 3: 40G models

100G - BMS compability guide. Part 4: 100G models

 

Model Routing ASIC CPU Ports Supported OS

Broadcom

ICOS

PicOS by Pica8 Cumulus Linux by Cumulus Networks OpenSwitch Open Network Linux with OpenNSL and OF-DPA
Netberg Aurora 620 Broadcom BCM56967 (Tomahawk+) Intel Atom 2558

48 x 25G SFP28, 6 х 100G QSFP28

+ n/a n/a

+

(OPS 2.0)

+
Netberg Aurora 630 Broadcom BCM56960 (Tomahawk) Intel Atom 2558

48 x 25G SFP28, 16 х 100G QSFP28

+ n/a n/a

+

(OPS 2.0)

+
Edge-Core AS7312-54XS Broadcom BCM56967 (Tomahawk+) Intel Atom 2538

48 x 25G SFP28, 6 х 100G QSFP28

+ + + n/a +

If you find a mistake, have a question or want to offer something - feel free to write us.

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A big update for OpenSwitch on Netberg platforms.

Monday, March 19, 2018 4:47:02 PM Asia/Taipei

OpenSwitch has received a big update in function, features, and protocols on Netberg Aurora switches.

HW-VTEP and OpenFlow support are the most significant one.

And it's still royalty-free!

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SONiC for Barefoot platform

Monday, April 9, 2018 12:45:44 PM Asia/Taipei

SONiC has been ported to Aurora 710 with Barefoot Tofino silicon.

Now it is not only a development, but a fully-functional network switch, suitable for a cloud data center.

SONiC is deployed in Microsoft production datacenters and has an interesting way of managing configuration in a single source of truth.

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Cumulus Linux 3.7 release

Saturday, September 29, 2018 1:21:15 PM Asia/Taipei

The release 3.7 of Cumulus Linux is available in both a binary option as well as a repository code.

The main feature of this release is support of Trident3 ASIC from Broadcom.

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New Switches with Nephos Taurus ASIC

Monday, October 8, 2018 4:17:09 PM Asia/Taipei

Netberg Aurora 740 with 64x 100G QSFP28 ports and Netberg Aurora 705 with 32x 100G QSFP28 ports are available from now on.

Netberg Aurora 740 is our first product with 64x 100G QSFP28 ports; it can double your network size using the same quantity of Spine switches. It's price point in unbelievably low, just US$12K!

With Nephos Taurus ASIC at heart, those models offer a unique combination of energy efficiency, performance, and programmability.

At the moment of their release, Open Network Linux and Microsoft SONiC are ready for use.

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White Box Switches: The Basics, Part 1

Friday, October 12, 2018 8:19:21 PM Asia/Taipei

What Is a White Box Switch?

After several years since their introduction to the market, there is still confusion about open and disaggregated networking. We are receiving a lot of requests from people who want to try bare-metal switches and asking for something that simply won’t work.

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White Box Switches: Part Two, ICOS

Saturday, October 27, 2018 12:16:47 PM Asia/Taipei

A common description

It’s easy to find pieces like these:

  • Web-scale NOS with traditional L2/L3 functions and management, with an API structure for third-party apps and integration with provisioning and orchestration systems.

  • Broadcom ICOS/FASTPATH is an off-the-shelf (Linux based) network operating system (NOS), providing traditional L2 and L3 functions and management, with an API-structure for value-added applications and integration with provisioning and orchestration systems.

  • ICOS is a robust, programmable full featured and most widely deployed networking operating system for enterprise and data center networking. Its built-in arbitration between conventional and SDN flows allowing customers seamless integration to Next-Gen Open programmable networks.

  • FASTPATH production-ready networking software helps manufacturers achieve record-setting time-to-market performance for introducing new Ethernet products. In part, this advantage comes from the extensive feature set and integration capabilities that give Broadcom’s software unprecedented application flexibility.

A general praise to its wholesome, next-gen design, apps and APIs. Typical marketing stuff that gives no real understanding of the product.

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White Box Switches: Part Three, OpenSwitch

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 1:57:47 PM Asia/Taipei

OPS And OPX, or a Bit of History

At first, OpenSwitch project and openswitch.net were governed by HP as they tried to ride the "open networking" wave. An open community, a lot of talk-based supports from several vendors, all as usual.

Efforts were made to create a set of protocols and an SAI connector to make adoption of new silicon easier.

After about 8 months, the project was handed to the Linux Foundation. A proper excuse was made - HPE said the move was a way to show the community that this wouldn’t be an effort controlled by one vendor.

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Our SSL certificate.

Saturday, January 12, 2019 11:11:39 AM Asia/Taipei

We are going through an EV procedure for a new one, and it's super slow.

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