Veryx wins again at Intel Network Builders Winners Circle contest
- Oct 14, 2019
Veryx Technologies is thrilled to announce that it has again been selected for the Solution category of the Intel® Network Builders Winners’ Circle contest. The program being organized by Intel Network Builders ecosystem, has recognized Veryx among winning partners at Intel Network Builders Summit, in conjunction with the SDN NFV World Congress 2019, Hague, Netherlands.
The goal of the Winners’ Circle is to deliver technical leadership, advance open source standards, and collaborate with end users to drive innovation. Requirements for selection to the Intel Network Builders Winners’ Circle included open source contributions, published benchmarks and deployments to Communication Service Providers. Two of Veryx products had been developed as below.
Veryx Virtual Probe (vProbe) is a virtual test entity that enables addressing various aspects performance management across the life cycle of business critical Ethernet services delivered using NFV, Cloud and SDWAN or SDN based infrastructure. Veryx vProbes are available for 1GbE/10GbE port speeds, developed over DPDK and runs on Intel Xeon (x86) hardware and virtualisation capable network elements including switches, routers, vCPEs, etc.
Veryx Xorus probes analyse traffic flows and provide visibility for networks using NFV, Cloud and SDWAN. The product was benchmarked for 64K / 128K / 256K flows on 1G & 10G and runs on standard Intel COTS and uCPEs.
Veryx Technologies is a provider of innovative visibility, monitoring, security and testing solutions for network service providers, cloud service providers, data centers, enterprises, and network equipment vendors. Veryx offers solutions for network testing, visibility, performance monitoring, and equipment testing applications for technologies such as Carrier Ethernet, IP, Cloud, IoT, NFV, and SDN.
About Intel® Network Builders
Intel Network Builders is an ecosystem of independent software vendors (ISVs), operating system vendors (OSVs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs), system integrators (SIs), enterprises, and service providers coming together to accelerate the adoption of network functions virtualization (NFV)-based and software-defined networking (SDN)- based solutions in telecom networks and in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Intel Network Builders program connects service providers and enterprises with the infrastructure, software, and technology vendors that are driving new solutions to the market.
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