The Role of Rules in the Virtual Switch – Intel Chip Chat: Network Insights – Episode 32

November 5th, 2015 |
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Intel Chip Chat: Network Insights – Ajay Sahai, Head Technical and Partner Marketing of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Carrier SDN solutions stops by to discuss HPEs ContexNet demo at SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Germany. He describes their software based OpenFlow Switch cluster that supports a total of 1 Tbps of throughput with 1 Billion OpenFlow rules and why the rules benchmark is critical for communication service providers (CSPs). HPE and Intel are showing how this can be made possible using software on standard Intel-based hardware platforms.

For more information visit http://www8.hp.com/us/en/cloud/nfv-sdn.html.

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