The Intel Open Network Platform (Intel ONP) is a server reference architecture that brings together key hardware and open software. The ingredients are optimized for network functions virtualization (NFV), and software-defined networking (SDN) for Telecom, Enterprise, and Cloud markets.
|Category||NFVI Data Center Hardware Platforms|
The Intel ONP Server software stack consists of released open-source software based on the work done in community projects, including contributions made by Intel. Intel addresses open-source software integration gaps and showcases the capabilities of an open source foundation for developing virtualized network functions on Intel architecture. It enables industry-leading manageability by exposing health, state, and resource availability, for optimal workload placement and configuration.
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To advance open solutions for network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) the Intel ONP provides engineering guidance and ecosystem enablement through four initiatives: Consortia Participation, to advance open source community work, Open Reference Designs, to expand product development, Intel Network Builders, that enables an open NFV/SDN ecosystem, and POC and Trials Collaboration, that accelerates market adoption.
|Industry Standards Participation||ETSI NFV ISG, Open Compute Project (OCP), OpenStack Foundation, OPNFV and Telecom Infrastructure Project (TIP)|
|Linux Foundation Projects||Cloud Foundry, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, CORD, Core Embedded Linux, FD.IO, IO Visor, Open Container Initiative, OpenDaylight, ONOS, OpenSwitch, OVS, LSB and Clear Linux Project|
|Linux Container Support||The Clear Linux Project for Intel Architecture is a distribution built for various Cloud use cases. Featuring the best of Intel Architecture technology, from low-level kernel features to complex applications that span across the entire OS stack.|