SAN JOSE, CA –(March 09, 2016) – Interface Masters Technologies, an industry leader in innovative networking solutions, today announced that the Open Compute Project added their Top Of Rack Ethernet Switch to the OCP’s list of accepted submissions.
The OCP’s Incubation Committee voted to accept the Broadcom/Interface Masters Open 1.0 Leaf and Spine Switch, adding the hardware specification to their rapidly growing list of Open Sourced switch hardware.
“Introducing the Open Source concept to the highly proprietary networking equipment industry is something we’re very excited about,” enthused Bill Kish, CTO at Interface Masters. “While it’s still not possible for anyone with a soldering iron and our specifications to build a 100 gigabit Ethernet switch, the open source crowd review process benefits the whole community and allows everyone to see under the hood.”
Full specifications, designs and schematics for the Broadcom/Interface Masters Open 1.0 Leaf and Spine Switch can be found in the Networking section of the OCP website.
Interface Masters offers a wide selection of Ethernet switches, NICS and Networking Appliances, all of which may be customized to customer requirements. Interface Masters will be exhibiting at booth # E15 at the OCP Summit in San Jose this week.
About Interface Masters Technologies
Interface Masters Technologies is a leading provider of Switches, Smart NICS and full custom appliances focused on Gigabit, 10 Gigabit, 40 Gigabit and 100 Gigabit Ethernet. For over 20 years, Interface Masters has been providing innovative networking solutions with customization services. Interface Masters is an OCP member and has contributed multiple white box designs to the project while supporting customer SDN development. Interface Masters OCP switches can be modified according to customer requirements and are provided with complete SDK and source code required to support software development. Company headquarters are located in San Jose, CA with satellite offices in Hong Kong and Europe. All products are designed and manufactured in San Jose, CA.