Pluribus Freedom Architecture

| October 5, 2016

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The Pluribus Freedom architecture presents a unique combination of switch, compute, storage and bare-metal
hypervisor OS technologies, and is designed to accelerate the integration of services and applications into the networkAt the heart of the Freedom platform is the Netvisor® OS, the industry’s first and only distributed network operating system with hypervisor bare-metal virtualization capabilities of computing resources - CPU, memory, and storage - and merchant silicon switch chip. Unleashing the full power of the Netvisor OS is the novel Freedom Server-Switch architecture, which includes a powerful server platform combined with a high-density 10/40 GbE merchant silicon switch and network process

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