Intel® Open Network Platform Server Accelerates SDN and NFV Development

Published: 02/12/2015, Last Updated: 02/12/2015

Intel® Open Network Platform Server team releases Version 1.2 offering developers a fully integrated open source solution  with Intel® hardware optimizations to accelerates SDN and NFV development.  

Developing innovative, flexible cloud networking solutions defined by SDN and NFV is now even simpler with the next revision of the Intel® Open Network Platform Server.  The Intel® ONP Server Reference Architecture provides developers a hardware optimized for a comprehensive stack of the latest open-source software releases.  

ONP Server

 

Intel® ONP Server  provides developers with a validated template to quickly developing the next-generation cloud-aware virtualized network solutions. New software features added to Intel® ONP Server Release includes open-source software releases to which Intel provided extensive contributions.

  • First release includes OpenStack Juno

  • First release includes OpenDaylight Helium

  • Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) release 1.7.1

  • Open vSwitch release 2.3 with DPDK-netdev

  • Intel ONP Server was validated with a new-generation server platform that incorporates the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 (code-named Haswell)

To learn more about Intel® ONP Server, we have  a white paper that provides deeper dive with illustration explaining how Intel’s networking and virtualization optimized platform with a fully integrated  open source software stack can help developers get value added solutions in the rack.

Also, you can find this product brief and a helpful video to assist you in evaluating how this new platform can help you quickly develop your network virtual function product ideas.

Product and Performance Information

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