- IP Infusion and Larch Networks come together for the betterment of the networking world.
- Larch Networks will develop a unique industry offering based on the proven IP Infusion OcNOS network operating system.
IP Infusion partners with Larch Networks
IP Infusion, a frontrunner in disaggregated networking solutions, joined forces with Larch Networks. Larch Networks is a system engineering and deployment company that focuses on complex system design, integration, fabrication, and project management.
Larch Networks is primarily known to develop cost-efficient and customized disaggregated networking solutions for military, enterprise, telecom, and industrial consumers. These consumers are from various use cases based on popular silicon platforms.
In this agreement with IP Infusion, Larch Networks will develop a unique industry offering based on the proven IP Infusion OcNOS network operating system and is custom-tailored by Larch Networks to meet their tier 1, 2, and 3 consumers’ requirements.
Pro-tip on OcNOS – OcNOS is mainly known to offer a smooth transition from traditional networks to open networks with investment protection. It features distributed, hybrid, or centralized network support and a robust data plane developed on merchant silicon.
Larch Networks develops customized solutions that can be applied using a complete range of silicon platforms with IP Infusion’s OcNOS as managing software for these systems. Silicon platforms include Broadcom, Marvell, Xilinx, and Intel. The newest deployment of the OcNOS-based solution is an application of mesh radio network in one of the top five Israeli IT firms that comprise 30,000 plus devices.
Most organizations worldwide are developing systems that use high-speed Ethernet networks at their core to get hold of any possible added value to services. These include AI (artificial intelligence) processing, Ethernet-based Flash storage, blade high-performance computing, and data delivery for broad market use cases.
OcNOS is the industry’s first highly featured carrier-grade network operating system (OS) mainly designed for Open Compute hardware. It offers consumers white box solutions to deploy more quickly. OcNOS also provides the physical software solution to businesses, network operators, and carriers to implement the disaggregated networking model.
Alexander Cheskis, Co-Founder and CEO at Larch Networks, commented: “Working with IP Infusion, we will eliminate the barrier faced by service providers of buying the source code and creating the systems by themselves.”
He further added, “Larch Networks satisfies the needs for a growing variety of integration use cases. We are now able to lower the barriers of entry for disaggregated networking and match their requirements whether they are developing industrial-grade networks for security and military devices or data centers with high-speed requirements.”
Atsushi Ogata, President and CEO at IP Infusion, commented: “We are excited to be working with Larch Networks to bring disaggregated networking solutions that allow for customization with standard software and hardware options at a lower cost to their worldwide customer base.”
He further added, “With OcNOS, Larch Networks customers can simplify their option to network development and accelerate their development of disaggregated networks for today and for the future.”