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AT&T Taps DriveNets for Core Routing Software Deployment

Media CoverageSeptember 29, 2020

AT&T Taps DriveNets for Core Routing Software Deployment

AT&T’s network backbone is now, at least partially, running on disaggregated, core routing software from DriveNets, CTO Andre Fuetsch announced today at the Open Networking & Edge Summit.

The operator submitted specifications for a distributed disaggregated chassis (DCC) white box router to the Open Compute Project (OCP) exactly one year ago. Based on Broadcom’s Jericho2 system-on-a-chip (SoC), the corresponding software can “gracefully scale from four terrabits per second to 192 terrabits per second,” Fuetsch said.

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