The Netronome Open Source Community

To foster open source development and research of server-based networking, Netronome utilizes multiple open source venues such as openvswitch.org, kernel.org, dpdk.org, p4.org, openstack.org and others. Network datapath programming is an integral part of server-based networking and Netronome supports and maintains the code repository and development portal www.Open-NFP.org for this purpose.

Netronome in Open Source Projects

Host software drivers and Open vSwitch-related patches in the Agilio Software product are open-sourced and available both from the Netronome GitHub directories and www.Open-NFP.org. Agilio Software drivers are up-streamed for inclusion in Linux kernel and user space modules at www.kernel.org and www.dpdk.org. Netronome makes significant contributions to the Open vSwitch community at www.openvswitch.org.

Netronome in Standards

Netronome is actively involved in many Data Center, Cloud and Telco networking standards bodies. Check out the full list of open source projects and standards bodies we participate in here.

Introduction to the Open-NFP Community

Netronome enables multiple programming models for its Agilio family of SmartNIC through active contributions to the open source community. The www.Open-NFP.org web site offers reference system designs, tools and software for academic research and open source software development related to server-based networking.

Academic and Research Programs

Netronome supports a broad set of well-known universities across the world for research projects related to host based networking, utilizing its Agilio family of SmartNIC

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Join the Open-NFP community

It’s easy to join the server-based networking development community utilizing the Netronome Agilio family of SmartNICs.

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