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DriveNets gets spotlight during demo at Open Compute Project event

Media CoverageFebruary 27, 2020

DriveNets gets spotlight during demo at Open Compute Project event

DriveNets is getting a spotlight on the main stage of next week’s OCP Experience Center event. The Open Compute Project (OCP) has picked DriveNets, UfiSpace and Credo to give the first live demonstration “ever” of a distributed disaggregated chassis (DDC) model, which was first submitted to OCP by AT&T.

AT&T put its specifications for the DDC white box architecture into the Open Compute Project in September. On the same day, DriveNets announced that its Network Cloud software was the first on the market to support the DCC model. While AT&T has yet to say which vendors it’s working with on the DDC model, DriveNets seems to be a likely candidate. DriveNets said last year it 400G virtual router was being tested and certified by an unnamed Tier 1 telco.

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