Media CoverageFebruary 27, 2020
Only months after AT&T shared its specifications for a distributed disaggregated chassis (DDC) to the Open Compute Project (OCP), disruptive virtual router startup DriveNets, along with white box hardware vendor UfiSpace and chip specialist Credo, is ready to demonstrate what it claims is “the largest live demonstration of a distributed router cluster ever given in public” at the OCP Experience Center.
The DDC is an important router design because it’s set to play a key role in the development of AT&T’s global IP common backbone, which carries the Tier 1 operator’s IP traffic, and is likely to influence next-gen router deployments by other network operators.
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