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Broadcom’s 14.4-terabit Jericho2c+ router chip

Media CoverageNovember 17, 2020

Broadcom’s 14.4-terabit Jericho2c+ router chip

The Jericho2 is used for the distributed disaggregated chassis, a white box design that started when AT&T submitted its specifications to the Open Compute Project (OCP) over a year ago. Last December, Drivenets announced a partnership with Broadcom and the original design manufacturers (ODMs) Ufispace, EdgeCore Networks and Delta to support the design.

Broadcom says that without AT&T, the white-box router would not have happened. “This is our entry into the core router market,” says Parizer.

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