OpenSwitch

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Freedom of innovation while maintaining stability and limiting vulnerability

The OpenSwitch platform is an open source, Linux-based network operating system (NOS) for disaggregated switches built around OCP-compliant hardware, utilizing an open network installation environment (ONIE) boot loader. The platform is aimed at accelerating the transition to open networking, as well as adoption of disaggregated data center networks. OpenSwitch provides a fully-featured control plane stack with Layer 2 and Layer 3 networking protocol support.

NOS is built around a reliable architecture focusing on modularity, and a central state repository. An extensible NOS utilizes modern development tools and offers extensive APIs and management interfaces.

Developers can build on reliable and modern architecture to create unique networking features and applications using an agile development approach for faster development and more stable applications with fewer post-release defects.

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Freedom of innovation while maintaining stability and limiting vulnerability

The OpenSwitch platform is an open source, Linux-based network operating system (NOS) for disaggregated switches built around OCP-compliant hardware, utilizing an open network installation environment (ONIE) boot loader. The platform is aimed at accelerating the transition to open networking, as well as adoption of disaggregated data center networks. OpenSwitch provides a fully-featured control plane stack with Layer 2 and Layer 3 networking protocol support.

NOS is built around a reliable architecture focusing on modularity, and a central state repository. An extensible NOS utilizes modern development tools and offers extensive APIs and management interfaces.

Developers can build on reliable and modern architecture to create unique networking features and applications using an agile development approach for faster development and more stable applications with fewer post-release defects.

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