Open source network operating systems are becoming increasingly popular these days, but most of them are based on the community version of the Broadcom switching chip. With the trend of software-defined networking development, more and more revolutionary technologies are emerging to shape the data centers and cloud networks – what do these developments bring us? There are still a few unanswered questions, such as…
How much support does the open source SONiC offer to Intel Tofino chips with P4 programmability and Marvell Teralynx chips with ultra-low-latency performance in data center scenarios?
Can cost-effective switches used in small-scale networks and campus access also be deployed with a feature-rich SONiC NOS?
Does the ARM CPU with lower power consumption and higher integration support today’s mainstream open source NOS?
What new application scenarios will emerge when high-capacity programmable switching chips and high computational power, flexible DPUs are combined?
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Open networks install environment (ONIE) is an open source “install environment” and network operating system installer. It is widely used by white-box switch vendors to load a network OS onto its switches.
Traditional TCP/IP Ethernet connections take up a lot of CPU resources and require additional data processing and copying which can no longer meet faster, efficient and scalable networks requirements. In this case, RoCE (RDMA over Converged Ethernet) goes into people’s vision.
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