Cisco's embattled business gained another nimble competitor on Tuesday as startup Pluribus Networks bellowed "Freedom!" and lobbed a Frankenswitch over the networking giant's ramparts. The Frankenswitch – a "Server-Switch", in Pluribus Networks' terminology – is designed to compete with Cisco, Juniper, and Arista switches in …
Is that someone else's uneaten lunch I see before me.
Frankenswitch yay!! Netvisor2.0 runs on OCP style standard H/W as well
I laughed so hard on Frankenswitch that I fell out of my chair. Yes Netvisor2.0 does magic on Frankenswitch but it also runs on OCP style standard switch Hardware. Our E series is built on that. Jack gave us a new tag line :)
seems that Oracle's been working with Pluribus....
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