A Data Center and Telecom services operator was looking at expanding its network while reducing CapEx and OpEx.
Netberg Aurora 720 and Aurora 620 switches took their place at the network core, increasing available bandwidth by 2.5 times, reducing cabling complexity by over two times.
Netberg Aurora 420 and Aurora 220 switches took their place at the network edge, providing access to products and services for end-users.
The project started during the spring of 2016, since then the network has proven its reliability. High performance, low latency switches ensured the network efficiency.
Multiple NOS options were considered, including developing a custom network stack using OpenNSL, and ICOS became the platform of choice. Its advantages are:
Netberg meets the growing demand for “white box” switches, similar to A-brands by features, but less expensive. Providing multiple NOS options, we help customers
to build the optimal network they need.
Taipei, Taiwan 8th of October 2018. Netberg today launches a new series of bare metal switch (BMS) hardware with Nephos Taurus switching silicon. The Aurora 740 and Aurora 705 switches are high performance and programmable products, utilizing a purpose-built ASIC architecture designed to addresses next generation network automation (real-time visibility/switch table state modification) for hyper-scale markets.
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.