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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Linux Kernel 4.18 Brings Some XDP Love

By Netronome | Aug 29, 2018

This month marks the release of both kernel 4.18 and our eBPF sample repository. The kernel capabilities have been improved with the release of AF_XDP, allowing for user space applications to bypass the networking stack and communicate directly with the XDP driver.



By Netronome | Aug 23, 2018

For the last few years extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) has been the topic of interest for kernel developers and researchers, however this is no longer the case.


Better Than a New Support Website: A Centralized Hub for Help and Assistance

By Quentin Monnet | Aug 15, 2018

You might have used the legacy Netronome support web page in the past. This site served us well for the last decade. However, we want to provide the best user experience for our customers — or simply to people looking for detailed information about our products and services. Therefore, a few months ago, we decided that the old platform needed to be updated. But far beyond a simple refreshing, we wanted to rethink the way we share knowledge with the users of our Agilio SmartNICs.