While a 40GbE line rate in a VXLAN tunnel demonstrated effective scaling in an enterprise cloud or service provider environment, VMs are traversing seamlessly across one or more Layer 3 boundaries between the two devices. To show an overlay network expansion at line rate this is the foundation for multi services independent of current legacy geographical location limitations. This is an overlay / underlay multi-layer compatibility infrastructure required to deploy SDN into existing infrastructures.
Pica8 incorporates the Trident 2 chip into two hardware platforms: the P-5401, a 32 x 40 GbE switch, and the P-5101, a 48 x 10 GbE model. Availability for Pica8 switches with VXLAN technology is scheduled for the third quarter of 2014.
“The Japanese and U.S. market presents tremendous opportunity for many of the same reasons like traffic expulsion inside the data centers and the need for scalable growth path and site agnostic topologies, cloud providers recognize that they too must have programmable networks that can easily adapt to changing market conditions yet be compatible with existing infrastructure,” says
“We are excited to lead the SDN market in
Pica8 is demonstrating within the booth of its partner, NCLC, located at booth 6N04.
NCLC has been promoting Pica8 products in
Since 2009, Pica8 has been transforming the data center by providing the world’s first open switching system, which can be personalized to fit any application environment. A pioneer in the software-defined networking (SDN) revolution, Pica8’s PicOS™, its externally programmable switching operating system runs on commodity, bare-metal switches made by ODM partners to provide the ultimate in cost savings. In a single package, costs are slashed, and customization for the data center becomes a promise fulfilled. Pica8 is a global company headquartered in
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