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DriveNets Breaks the Cloud Petabit Barrier

Media CoverageJanuary 16, 2023

DriveNets Breaks the Cloud Petabit Barrier

DriveNets isn’t the first company to deliver petabit routing. Companies like Cisco, Huawei and Nokia all have products. But what sets DriveNets apart is that it doesn’t use specialized silicon to bring the heat. Instead, the company sells software that runs on clusters of off-the-shelf white box hardware, a.k.a. pizza boxes. (Arrcus is another startup company that uses this approach).

By disaggregating the hardware from the software, DriveNets delivers important benefits for telcos – including flexibility, scalability, redundancy and lower cost. But it turns out that this is not the only thing DriveNets is disaggregating. The next iteration of DriveNets Network Orchestrator (DNOR) (release 18, due out on Feb. 23, 2023) pulls off the same trick with services, and the network sitting underneath them, allowing customers to request and allocate resources virtually in near real-time.

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