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June 29, 2015
OcNOS™: Optimized for next generation data center, enterprise network environments

With its design to take advantage of Open Compute Project enabled commodity or bare-metal hardware, OcNOS reduces Capex and Opex for service providers. OcNOS has an integrated centralized management and provisioning ZebM-based layer, which allows for transaction-based configuration. This provides the key services required for Model-based device Configuration and Orchestration. The management layer exposes NETCONF, […]

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April 20, 2015
ZebOS PIM Features

Any networking suite is incomplete without Multicasting Services.  Along with the vast array of Unicasting features, ZebOS also has been supporting Multicasting features from a very long time. Here’s a brief introduction to some of the Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) features supported by ZebOS: PIM SPARSE PIM SSM PIM BIDIR PIM DENSE PIM SPARSE-DENSE PIM ECMP […]

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December 19, 2014
Advances in Server Virtualization Provides Better Scalability and Redundancy

Traditional data center networks using leaf-spine topology are based on Client –Server model with majority of the traffic from North to south bound. Recent technical advancements in Server Virtualization and Cloud Computing have improved the server resource usage by supporting multiple virtual machines per node. This resulted in new east – west traffic patterns making […]

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October 30, 2014
What is the Open Compute Project; What’s Needed to Make it Happen

A few years back, Facebook engineers wanted to build their data center with the most optimized equipment.  They had the advantage of having a clean slate to design and build their own computer, storage and network devices using cheap, commodity components – creating their own hyperscale data center.  In 2011, they shared their specs to […]

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