Ottawa, ON (Canada) – September 3, 2013 — Software Defined Networking start-up Corsa Technology announced today that it has joined the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). ONF is a nonprofit organization with more than 100 members whose mission is to accelerate the adoption of Software-Defined Networking and the OpenFlow™ protocol.
Corsa’s products are targeted at simplifying SDN/Openflow deployment and will deliver much needed control, flexibility and efficiency in software defined networks. ONF is a key driver in the deployment and commercialization of SDN and the OpenFlow protocol, and Corsa is excited by the opportunity to work with fellow members and to play a key role in essential technology decisions. “We look forward to being very involved within the ONF,” said Yatish Kumar, CTO of Corsa. “Corsa will actively participate in continuing to advance technical standards and realize the promise of open networking.”
Corsa’s programmable datapath is being developed in concert with emerging SDN standards and requirements to support the on-demand nature of network function virtualization and application driven networks.
About Corsa Technology
Corsa Technology is a networking hardware start-up focused on delivering a programmable datapath for Software Defined Networking (SDN). With virtualization of machines and networks creating unprecedented data loads in computing, storage and communication, SDN is the right idea at the right time. Corsa Technology’s products provide a fully agile solution for data forwarding that traverses the network from data center to desktop and from cloud to device. For more information, please visit www.corsa.com.
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