Technology Partners

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AIC is a leading provider of both OEM/ODM and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and server and storage solutions. Netronome’s SmartNICs integrate with AIC’s servers and Smart Rack to provide complete networking solutions to accelerate cloud and data center management and efficiency.

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Corigine is a fabless semiconductor company that designs and delivers leading-edge I/O and networking products, IPs, and EDA tools. Founded in 2015, the company has R&D centers and sales offices worldwide, including Santa Clara, Shanghai, Nanjing, Beijing, London, Centurion, and Cape Town. The company is led by a team of renowned silicon professionals who have pioneered generations of innovations in the semiconductor industry.

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Mira Security

Mira Security has a global team with strong backgrounds in cybersecurity and networking that have been working on and deploying decryption technology for over ten years. Their mission is to provide visibility into network traffic as their customers transition to higher speeds and new architectures, and to eliminate the compromise between privacy and security along their journey.


DPDK Logo is a repository for Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) software. DPDK is an Open Source BSD licensed project consisting of a set of libraries and drivers for fast packet processing. Netronome contributes software to to be distributed free of charge with DPDK builds. The most recent patches and enhancements, provided by the community, are available in master branch.

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The Linux Kernel Organization is a California Public Benefit Corporation established in 2002 to distribute the Linux kernel and other Open Source software to the public without charge. Netronome contributes and maintains SmartNIC drivers to the Linux Kernel Organization to be distributed free with Linux.

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The web portal, along with the comprehensive platforms, software and tools hosted on it, enable rapid, cutting-edge research in an open and collaborative environment. Relevant software, sample data path libraries and tools are hosted on GitHub, enabling collaborative development across teams. The portal is also designed to be a common repository of open-source networking data path P4/C application code and research papers. Netronome is proud to contribute software and equipment to further the objectives of, and sponsored the inaugural P4/C Developers’ Conference in November of 2015.

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Open vSwitch

Open vSwitch is a production quality, multilayer virtual switch licensed under the open source Apache 2.0 license. It is designed to enable massive network automation through programmatic extension, while still supporting standard management interfaces and protocols. Netronome actively contributes code to Open vSwitch, which is a repository for virtual switching software.