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ADI intros dev't kit for SDN/OpenFlow network white boxes

Posted: 12 Sep 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SDN/OpenFlow? development kit? embedded?

ADI Engineering Inc. has unleashed a development kit for entry-level SDN/OpenFlow network white boxes with Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11n WiFi. The Gigabit SDN Development Kit (GSDK) is based on the Intel Atom processor C2000 family (formerly codenamed Rangeley) and LINC, an open-source implementation of the latest version (1.3) of the OpenFlow standard, which is available for free under the commercially friendly Apache 2 License.

ADI Engineering's GSDK enables OEMs to evaluate, develop and deploy new classes of low-cost gigabit and wireless SDN and OpenFlow products in emerging applications such as embedded, industrial, energy, small/medium enterprise and military/aerospace, indicated the firm. GSDK features an 8-core, 2.4GHz Intel Atom processor C2758, 8x Gb Ethernet ports, 2x 10Gb Ethernet ports and 802.11n WiFi. The kit comes with LINC pre-installed, and is ready for OpenFlow/SDN software evaluation, customisation and deployment. ADI Engineering also develops and manufactures fully-productized network white boxes based on GSDK, including extended temperature, fanless and ruggedized SDN devices.

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