Tag Archives: NFV

Mellanox and Red Hat Deliver Unprecedented Performance, Efficiency and Simplicity for NFV Infrastructure and Agile Cloud Data Centers

At Red Hat Summit 2018, Mellanox announced an open, high performance and easy to deploy Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) and cloud data center solution combining Red Hat Enterprise Linux cloud software with in-box support of Mellanox NIC hardware. Our close collaboration and joint validation with Red Hat, has yielded a fully integrated NFV and […]

Watch Efficient Cloud Solutions for MEC and Virtual Machine Network Optimization at MWC 2018!

MEC, VM Optimization, MWC, Mobile edge computing, Mobile World Congress, Virtual Machine Network Optimization

Organized by the GSMA and held in the Mobile World Capital, Barcelona, the event kicked off this morning and runs from February 26th through March 1st. Mellanox, along with our partners and open source communities,will be demonstrating cool new technologies for mobile edge computing (MEC) and virtual machine network optimization that empower mobile carriers and […]

Exercise Your Right to Vote in OpenStack: Five Networking Performance Strategies for Hypervisors

Voting Just Opened for OpenStack Australia The 2017 Openstack Summit just opened up voting for presentations to be given Nov. 6-8, Sydney, Australia. Mellanox has a long history of supporting OpenStack with technology and product solutions. Mellanox has submitted a number of technical papers and would like to urge readers to vote, vote, vote! The […]

Exercise Your Right to Vote in OpenStack Australia: Warp-Speed Openvswitch and Harmonizing Openstack and Kubernestes

  Voting Just Opened for OpenStack Australia The 2017 Openstack Summit just opened up voting for presentations to be given Nov. 6-8, Sydney, Australia. Mellanox has a long history of supporting OpenStack with technology and product solutions. Mellanox has submitted a number of technical papers and would like to urge readers to vote, vote, vote! […]

How to Get 100G Performance Out of Your 100GbE SDN

The high bandwidth requirements of modern data centers are driven by the demands of business applications, data explosion, and the much faster storage devices available today. For example, to utilize a 100GbE link, you needed 250 hard drives in the past, while today, you need only three NVMe SSDs. After investing in the most advanced […]

Three Ways ASAP2 Beats DPDK for Cloud and NFV

Telecommunication service providers are betting big on technologies such as cloud and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) to revamp their infrastructure. They are putting their cards on the table so that they can be more agile in new service creation, more elastic in on-demand service scaling, and achieve better economics in terms of infrastructure build-out. No […]

Get Your Cloud Networking Done Right: Find Out How from Mellanox at OpenStack Summit Barcelona

You want your cloud network to be software-defined, but without compromising performance or efficiency. How about 25G, 50G or 100Gbps speed without glitches? How about earth-shattering DPDK or virtualized network function (VNF) performance? How about unleashing your NVMe SSD speed potentials with software defined storage? The hyperscale giants are doing all of this and more […]

Software Defined Networking, Done Right Part 3

Read Software Defined Networking, Done Right Part 1 and Part 2.   In part II of this SDN blog series, Innovations that can Move SDN from Depths of Disillusionment to Peak of Enlightenment, I discussed some of the technologies that can significantly improve total infrastructure efficiency, operational simplicity and deployment flexibility. In this blog, I […]

Software Defined Networking, Done Right Part 2

Read Software Defined Networking, Done Right Part 1 and Part 3.   Part 2: Innovations that can Move SDN from Depths of Disillusionment to Peak of Enlightenment In Part I of this SDN blog series, The -State-of-the-SDN Art, I reviewed the mainstream SDN deployments models and discussed the pros and cons of each model. In […]

Software Defined Networking, Done Right

Read Software Defined Networking, Done Right Part 2 and Part 3.   Part 1: The State of the SDN Art Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a revolutionary approach to designing, building and operating networks that aims to deliver business agility in addition to lowering capital and operational costs through network abstraction, virtualization and orchestration. Conceptually, SDN […]