Netberg is founded by a seasoned team of engineers with vast expertise in hardware and software. Aimed to provide the best performance and quality, Netberg offers an impressive product line, from standard rack-mount servers to complete rack solutions, based on OCP (Open Compute Project)/Scorpio specifications.
Netberg provides build-to-order solutions for various applications and industries. Our product line has four major segments:
Netberg maintains utter hardware qualification and testing process to ensure that anything made by us is robust by design and manufactured according to highest quality standards.
Netberg works with major software developers to ensure compatibility and performance of our products.
Netberg believes that openness is the future. Netberg bare metal Ethernet switch supports open SDN solutions, our storage line relies on software-defined architectures, our rack line employs open standards from world largest data centers.
All these innovations help Netberg to provide cost-effective solutions for various industries and verticals.
P4.org – an independent 501c(3) California non-profit. Its goal is to ensure that the P4 language is available for free for anyone to use, and will remain so.
Open Invention Network – a shared defensive patent pool with the mission to protect Linux. Launched in 2005, OIN has strong industry support with backing from Google, IBM, NEC, Philips, Red Hat, Sony, SUSE, and Toyota.
Our project, BM-switch.com, is dedicated to open networking.
Taipei, Taiwan 19th of March 2018. Netberg has updated OpenSwitch network OS to its x86 based 10G/25G/100G Ethernet switch products.
Taipei, Taiwan 25th of September 2017. Netberg today launches a new series of bare metal switch (BMS) hardware with Barefoot Tofino switching silicon. The Aurora 710 is a unique network development platform, designed to bring the twin pillars – performance and programmability – together for the first time in the history of networking.
Taipei, Taiwan 31rd of July 2017 Netberg ONIE code has been accepted by the community and available at the official GitHub page for download. Two Netberg platforms, Aurora 720 and Aurora 620, were added to the official Open Networking Linux compatibility list.