Recent News

New Blog:

Microsoft Azure makes the case for FPGA based SmartNICs. Ethernity couldn’t agree more! An overview of Microsoft Azure research by Barak Perlman

 

New Press Release:

Ethernity Networks and Advantech Collaborate on Accelerated vBRAS Platform. Joint solution provides improved performance in an open, scalable carrier-grade vBRAS

 

Solution News:

Ethernity Networks offers complete networking solutions with Aricent’s Software Suite. Integration accelerates time-to-market and reduces cost of network core and edge application deployment for Ethernity’s OEM customers

 

Our Solutions

Hundreds of thousands of the ENET Flow Processor SoCs are already deployed by global network operators. The ENET targets not only the pure Carrier Ethernet switch-router market with standard features, such as L2/L3/L4, OAM/CFM, H-QoS and support for multiple tunnels, but is uniquely capable of delivering a differentiated solution for Broadband, Mobile Backhaul, Wireless Access, and special solutions such as Avionics.
For the virtualized network environments, we have integrated the ENET Flow Processor onto our FPGA-based SmartNIC solution, offering VNF acceleration to enhance NFV and networking appliances including vEPC, vSD-WAN, vRouter,  vBRAS/vBNG and many more.

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Our Products

Our patented, scalable ENET flow processor architecture provides network processing on low-cost FPGAs as an affordable alternative to multicore processors, delivering complete routing-switching and overlay network solutions with deterministic performance and the freedom to design without dependency on ASIC vendors. Our SoC is ideal for the modern Carrier Grade network both in the central cloud and at the edge.
Ethernity’s FPGA SmartNIC offers true programmable hardware with 1G, 10G, 25G, 40G, and 100G Ethernet interfaces, along with deployment of NFV offloading at the pace of software development, delivering improved performance, monitoring, SLA, routing, load balancing, fault management, security capabilities, and Carrier Ethernet functions.