Learn more about Pluribus’ controllerless approach that distributes the network intelligence into the switches themselves in this explainer video with Mike Capuano, CMO.
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In this video, Pluribus Networks' executive Mike Capuano talks with Ray Le Maistre about the drivers of distributed cloud (a.k.a. edge compute).
Pluribus Networks is recognized as a “winner” and considered among the players that “have a chance to flourish as the investment in infrastructure shifts to the edge and the cloud domain,” according to FierceTelecom.
Pluribus announced that version 5.0 of the Netvisor ONE OS has been optimized for edge computing. The latest version of Netvisor ONE OS doubles the number of containerized virtual router instances per switch to provide support for up to 2,000 virtual routing and forwarding instances (VRFs) per network slice, said Mike Capuano, Pluribus Networks’ Chief Marketing Officer.
“Where we're headed with this announcement is we are stretching our fabric out to the edge for edge computing or what we call distributed cloud. That increases agility and reduces operational costs for folks who are deploying edge computing,” said Mike Capuano, Pluribus Networks’ Chief Marketing Officer.
Pluribus Networks, firmly ensconced in the next-gen networking camp with software-centric, open networking offerings on bare-metal (or white-box) hardware, has updated those offerings with a distinct focus on the edge of distributed cloud implementations.
Pluribus Networks announces next generation of its Adaptive Cloud Fabric extends support for the Edge
“Our 5.0 OS release is really about our expanded version into Edge compute environments, where our Adaptive Cloud Fabric really helps to increase agility and reduce operational costs,” said Mike Capuano, Pluribus Networks’ Chief Marketing Officer.
The Kinetic Edge Alliance, a group of hardware, software and networking companies, will collaborate to accelerate the integration of edge solutions.
2019 is going to be truly exciting as we will see a confluence of various technologies, architectures and vendors coming together to solve a profound new class of edge use cases. Pluribus Networks CMO Mike Capuano offers his take on five trends picking up steam this year.
Pluribus Networks CMO Mike Capuano shares perspective on best practices for approaching data center interconnect and considerations to factor in to ensure success.
The mission for this new “umbrella organization” is to establish an open framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.
To address enterprises’ growing data center networking needs, Pluribus Networks will now support five additional Edgecore Networks switches on its modular network operating system.
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An IDC report named Apstra, Big Switch Networks, Plexxi and Pluribus Networks as SDN providers to watch; Martello aims to validate Elfiq-based SD-WAN; and Aryaka extends to China.
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On day two of Networking Field Day, Pluribus Networks gave us a rundown on what is possible with their Netvisor OS, whitebox hardware, and a distributed architecture.
What does it take to truly be software defined? Tom Hollingsworth takes a quick look at the journey of Pluribus Networks from hardware and software vendor to a networking and analytics software company.
Ericsson reportedly has a second major carrier going live with cloud and NFV infrastructure, but the company snaring bragging rights out of the deal is SDN startup Pluribus.
Ericsson’s recent deal with Swisscom in launching a cloud platform for the Swiss telecommunication operator involved network components from Pluribus Networks.
SDN startup has a big NFV role
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Pluribus Networks has partnered with D-Link to put the Netvisor OS on D-Link’s DXS-5000 open networking switch series. Please note: Link is to a page with audio.
I was privileged to visit Pluribus Networks as a delegate at Network Field Day 16 a couple of weeks ago.
D-Link announced the new DXS-500-54S can now come pre-loaded with Pluribus' network operating system.
IT organizations should expect to see D-Link expand its portfolio of bare-metal switches to compete more aggressively against incumbent networking vendors in the data center.
Netvisor gets a crack at the consumer and SME channel in new 54-port switch
D-Line has already certified a Pluribus OS to run on the open hardware.
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"In short, it’s the same old, but yet all new, Pluribus Networks. Nice to have a familiar blip reappear on my radar. I’ll be watching them over 2017 to see what comes next."
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SDN controllers introduced undesired complexity and limit interoperability.
Pluribus replaces current SDN software with Adaptive Cloud Fabric.