ENET-D is an Ethernet adapter and DMA (direct memory access) engine that eliminates the need for proprietary hardware on a network interface card. By fitting into various FPGAs and enabling customers to further avoid ASIC-based components, ENET-D advances complete disaggregation at the edge of the network.
A cloud-based edge computing approach has been guiding us toward the future of networking for several years, but only now are providers really focusing on distributing compute resources to improve service quality and security while adding agility and scalability. The central office is the initial focus of this transition.
FiberHome leverages Ethernity Networks’ ACE-NIC100 FPGA SmartNIC for FitBNG broadband network gateway
The Chinese communications systems house will use the SmartNIC to bring better performance to its FitBNG broadband network gateway. The ACE-NIC100 is designed to enable hardware acceleration. The broadband network gateway design will integrate FiberHome’s BNG software with Ethernity’s SmartNIC hardware.
Ethernity Networks soars on Chinese deal
Communications equipment manufacturer FiberHome will use Ethernity’s programmable hardware in its product. Ethernity Networks’ share price skyrocketed 74.6% yesterday and 25% today, after Ethernity Networks reported signing a contract with Chinese communications equipment manufacturer FiberHome.
FiberHome selects Ethernity’s FPGA SmartNIC
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FiberHome Telecommunication Technologies, a major Chinese networking and telecommunication equipment provider, has selected Ethernity Networks’ ACE-NIC100 FPGA SmartNIC for implementation within its latest FitBNG Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) product.
Ethernity Networks expects to soon close on two "transformational" deals
Ethernity Networks CEO David Levi talks Proactive London’s Andrew Scott through their 2018 results. Levi expects the firm to start generating cash from 2020 as momentum builds for its new generation of modules. Ethernity’s technology helps servers run much faster through the efficient ‘offloading’ and rerouting of internet traffic.
Ethernity releases network appliance optimized for the edge
According to Ethernity Networks VP of R&D Shavit Baruch, it is exciting to bring customers an edge solution: “After many years of delivering Carrier Ethernet over low-cost, low-power FPGAs, it is exciting to have customers requesting that we apply our field-proven expertise and patented technology to a comprehensive solution for the network edge.”
Ethernity Networks Releases a Modular Programmable Universal Edge Platform
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Ethernity Networks today introduced its ENET Universal Edge Platform (UEP) network appliance, an edge-optimized low-space, low-power FPGA-based programmable device with up to 40Gbps of networking capacity and 10Gbps of IPSec security performance.
Ethernity delivers Programmable Universal Edge Platform
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Ethernity Networks introduced its ENET Universal Edge Platform (UEP) network appliance, an edge-optimized low-space, low-power FPGA-based programmable device with up to 40 Gbps of networking capacity and 10 Gbps of IPSec security performance.
The Future of the Central Office
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A cloud-based approach to telecom networks has been the consensus approach toward the future of networking for nearly 5 years. The central office (CO) at the CSP network edge is now the focus for the initial application of this transition. When all traffic is aggregated to the CO, it creates a bottleneck that can cause a variety of problems, especially in an environment that demands 5G and heightened security.
Ethernity Networks offers programmable, secure ENET VPN Gateway
The ENET VPN gateway offers programmability via its FPGA-based design. The system also leverages the FPGA to support the use of open source management software as well as an IPSec VPN solution, which offloads security functions from the CPU to the FPGA and uses Host Bypass to provide better security at lower cost than competing alternatives.
Ethernity ENET vRouter Aimed at a Programmable Network Bottleneck
This week, Ethernity Networks introduced its ENET vRouter, a programmable network appliance that enables 100 Gbps routing. The platform divides the control layer and the data layer, handling them in a way that makes sense for each. The platform consists of the vRouter software and ACE-NIC1000 FPGA SmartNIC in a COTS server.
Ethernity Networks introduces ENET vRouter network appliance
Ethernity Networks introduced its ENET vRouter network appliance, enabling 100Gbps routing functionality in inexpensive commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers. It’s suited for communications service providers, ISPs, and enterprise data centre administrators designing next-generation programmable networks.
Ethernity Networks Introduces 100G ACE-NIC100 FPGA-based SmartNIC
ACE-NIC100 comes with 10G, 25G, 40G, and 100G interface configurations and includes an all-programmable FPGA equipped with Ethernity’s patented ENET Flow Processor firmware. This enables support for high bandwidth applications over COTS servers to enable the next-generation network edge, mobile 5G, and the telco cloud.
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The City expects earnings to boom at Ethernity in the medium term at least, and this is no surprise — after all, the rapidly-increasing data volumes that need to be processed and sorted provide terrific sales opportunities for the business. And the serious glances the firm’s technology is garnering from major telecoms providers is particularly encouraging.
Ethernity Networks up 36% in Two Weeks Since IPO
The competitive advantage of Ethernity’s patent-protected solution lies in the silicon surface it uses, which is 80% smaller than that used by the competition, “and in the speed of code-writing.” In other words, Levi says, Ethernity’s solution is both faster and cheaper.
Ethernity Network Delivers Instant Offloading of Network Functions with NIC
Utilizing the company’s patented network processing technology, Ethernity offers data path offloading to FPGA. The offloading accelerates networking performance by 50 times, provides low latency and low power consumption.
Ethernity Networks' London Stock Exchange Placing Puts $58M Value On Tech “Game Changer”
Shares in Ethernity Networks were admitted to the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) AIM Market today in an “oversubscribed placing” that raised gross proceeds of £15 million (c.$19.2m), which will be invested in developing the firm’s existing product range further and increased R&D activities.
Ethernity Raises £15M From London IPO
Ethernity Networks has raised £15 million (US$19.5 million) from an IPO on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) and says the funds will help it meet demand from major systems vendors that want to build their products around its data processing capabilities.
Ethernity Networks Raises $19.2m in AIM IPO
Ethernity Networks (AIM: ENET.L) has raised £15 million ($19.2 million) on London’s AIM. Arden Partners was sole bookrunner for the IPO. The IPO was based on a total of 32,518,186 new and previously existing shares. The shares traded at £1.40 each ($1.80) giving the Lod based company a valuation of £45 million ($58 million).