Sonic OS Based Engineering

Larch Networks build SONIC-Based switched products, integrating them with SONIC and leveraging modern DPU technologies. SONiC is an open source network operating system based on Linux that powers Microsoft Global Cloud.

SONiC offers a full-suite of network functionality, like BGP and RDMA, that has been production-hardened in the data centers of some of the largest cloud-service providers. It offers teams the flexibility to create the network solutions they need while leveraging the collective strength of a large ecosystem and community. Microsoft widely adopts and promote SONiC as a standard turn-key solution for any future data centers.

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Technical Highlights

  • SAI (Switch Abstraction Interface) API implementation for a specific switch silicon on top of SDK, enabling SONiC software stack operation on Customer’s hardware product. 
  • Support of SONiC sequential releases and continual alignment of functional compatibility of Customer’s hardware product with SONiC mainline.
  • Implementation of new features, maintenance of existing components, release regression testing and bug fixing.
  • Integration of SONiC with third party open source network management stacks as well as configuration and enablement of specific features using SONiC CLI (Command Line Interface).
  • ONIE (Open Network Install Environment) adaptation to a specific network device silicon.

Larch Networks had developed, provides and supports binary hardware abstraction components that allow SONiC system to run on the Marvell ASIC based line of Network Devices.

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