Following the lead of VMware's (VMW) Nicira unit, startup Big Switch Networks is rolling out a...
Following the lead of VMware's (VMW) Nicira unit, startup Big Switch Networks is rolling out a software-defined networking (SDN) platform it argues will cut dependence on proprietary switches from the likes of Cisco (CSCO) and Juniper (JNPR). Big Switch's platform, called Switch Light, can be used either with commodity switches running on BRCM chips, or "virtual" switches running Linux (BRCD has ambitions here). Unlike Nicira, which only partly leverages the OpenFlow SDN standard, Big Switch is fully throwing its weight behind OpenFlow, and is offering an open-source version of Switch Light to drive its adoption. (FBR)
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