xNetware is a Linux system running on industry-standard networking hardware that can support the latest Linux applications and automation tools, and can bring more flexibility and innovative mechanisms to the network.
As application requirements continue to grow, companies are looking for ways to expand their data centers and provide agile, resilient, and fast networks in a more efficient manner.
The new network paradigm advocated by the xNetware open network platform is an open ecosystem. Enterprises can flexibly choose industrial standard network hardware, network operating systems and network applications to meet their business needs.
Users can select standard network hardware from ODM vendors. The hardware platform is based on the industry’s most advanced switching chip and hardware configuration and can provide network hardware including high-density ports of 1GbE/10GbE/40GbE.
xNetware is an open Linux network operating system that provides a complete Linux experience on network hardware. Existing open source and commercial Linux applications can run directly on xNetware. Rich data center network solutions can be used to support large-scale CLOS switching and next-generation architectures. New applications can be rapidly developed and integrated into xNetware, which can shorten the product’s TTM, accelerates innovation.
The benefits of the new network paradigm based on xNetware Linux can give users:
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