[Cerowrt-devel] quad core arm
Joel Wirāmu Pauling
joel at aenertia.net
Sun Dec 3 15:47:29 EST 2017
Just from a Telco/Industry perspective slant.
Everything in DC has moved to SFP28 interfaces at 25Gbit as the server
port of interconnect. Everything TOR wise is now QSFP28 - 100Gbit.
Mellanox X5 cards are the current hotness, and their offload
enhancements (ASAP2 - which is sorta like DPDK on steroids) allows for
OVS flow rules programming into the card. We have a lot of customers
chomping at the bit for that feature (disclaimer I work for Nuage
Networks, and we are working on enhanced OVS to do just that) for NFV
SFP+ 10gbit MIGHT become the target for the home Handoff, but I see a
lot of startup ISP's doing inhouse built OVS controlled SD-WAN style
I still however can't see a coherent edge at 10gbit ecosystem. Docsis
3.1 now has 10gbit channel support, which is fine and dandy but there
is literally only the atom board I mentioned before as the only edge
device out capable of doing that right now, and I am only seing that
used in Expensive SD-WAN + NFV boxen for corporates. The Home 10gbit
plus box is still up for grabs in the market and no one is biting.
On 4 December 2017 at 08:55, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 11:18 AM, Matt Taggart <matt at lackof.org> wrote:
>> On 12/03/2017 09:44 AM, Dave Taht wrote:
>>> Anyway the nanopi folk are now producing a wide range of boards I
>>> haven't tried... til tomorrow:
>> Is this the same thing for cheaper?
>> (but slow and non-free shipping)
>> It appears to be the H5.
> Yep. Shipping from china takes a while. They also have a nice one bay
> nas case of the right form-factor for an SSD.
> They have a new octocore board too, and at least the promise of a
> mainlined kernel across much of their product line.
> Ordered one of those too.
> And the allwinner products (like the odroid) do look to be coming along, also.
>> Matt Taggart
>> matt at lackof.org
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