What We Do

By Netronome | Feb 3, 2020

Netronome has developed a domain-specific architecture (DSA) that allows customers to build accelerators for networking and storage applications in data center and edge computing markets. This delivers efficient and high-performance heterogeneous solutions when paired with multi-core processors. Netronome’s technology can be purchased as hardened IP blocks to build custom SoC silicon devices, as SoC devices, SmartNICs or Smart Edge platforms and related software.

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Netronome Broadens OpenStack Support

By Netronome | Oct 26, 2016

By now it’s clear that OpenStack is a standard for cloud deployments around the world, including some of the largest retailers and network operators. OpenStack has evolved quickly over the past few years, and continuous innovation has played a key role in OpenStack adoption.


Light Reading SDN NFV Panel

By Netronome | Oct 18, 2016

A few weeks ago at the Light Reading NFV and Carrier SDN event, I was privileged to participate in a panel discussion about security in the virtualization era. Elizabeth Miller Coyne’s write up about the panel can be found here.


10 Myths about SDN, NFV and Data Center Switches: Debunked: Part Three

By Netronome | Oct 12, 2016

In this blog, I continue debunking myths about the role of data center switches in SDN and NFV deployments.


Why Bare Metal Does Not Have To Be Nude

By Niel Viljoen | Oct 05, 2016

Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison made a splash recently during Oracle Open World 2016 announcing that Oracle will give Amazon a run for its money in public cloud provisioning. The core differentiator mentioned is to give users access to “bare metal servers” that are far more performant than Amazon’s AWS offerings. This is achieved by “software that runs on our special network interface adapter card,” according to Ellison.