Barefoot Networks

Barefoot Networks is a startup founded in 2013 by industry veterans. We are a team of visionaries, experienced technologists and engineers who have created a blueprint for designing and operating the world’s fastest and most programmable networks. Our goal is to make programming your network as simple as programming your computer.

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BAREFOOT NETWORKS INNOVATES AT THE NEXUS OF 5G AND TELEMETRY

SDxCentral | March 27, 2019

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Barefoot Networks says that programmability and telemetry will help networks to deliver on two main promises of 5G: lower latency and delivering more bandwidth. The company makes the Tofino programmable Ethernet switches, which are programmable through the use of its P4 programming language, and also has an analytics software called Deep Insight. Barefoot considers itself a pioneer, or “inventor,” in telemetry. According to Ed Doe, Barefoot’s chief business officer, it publishe...

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GOOGLE GARNERS SUPPORT FROM TECH INDUSTRY IN SUPREME COURT API COPYRIGHT FIGHT

ZDnet | January 14, 2020

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A group of tech companies and organisations have come forth with support for Google in its legal stoush against Oracle, a case that could determine the outlook of software development's future. The Google-Oracle legal battle dates back over a decade, with the core issue being whether copyright laws bar the commonplace practice of software reimplementation -- the "process of writing new software to perform certain functions of a legacy product". It was also...

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AMAZON WILL ASK A COURT TO BLOCK MICROSOFT FROM WORKING ON A $10 BILLION CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACT

CNN International | January 14, 2020

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Amazon will ask a federal court to temporarily block Microsoft (MSFT) from working on a $10 billion cloud computing contract for the military, according to a court filing Monday. Microsoft is scheduled to begin its work on the contract on Feb. 11. But Amazon's cloud computing division will seek a preliminary injunction to "prevent the issuance of substantive task orders under the contract," the filing said. Amazon's request will be submitted by Jan. 24. The request is part of A...

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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

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Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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BAREFOOT NETWORKS INNOVATES AT THE NEXUS OF 5G AND TELEMETRY

SDxCentral | March 27, 2019

Barefoot Networks says that programmability and telemetry will help networks to deliver on two main promises of 5G: lower latency and delivering more bandwidth. The company makes the Tofino programmable Ethernet switches, which are programmable through the use of its P4 programming language, and also has an analytics software called Deep Insight. Barefoot considers itself a pioneer, or “inventor,” in telemetry. According to Ed Doe, Barefoot’s chief business officer, it publishe...

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GOOGLE GARNERS SUPPORT FROM TECH INDUSTRY IN SUPREME COURT API COPYRIGHT FIGHT

ZDnet | January 14, 2020

A group of tech companies and organisations have come forth with support for Google in its legal stoush against Oracle, a case that could determine the outlook of software development's future. The Google-Oracle legal battle dates back over a decade, with the core issue being whether copyright laws bar the commonplace practice of software reimplementation -- the "process of writing new software to perform certain functions of a legacy product". It was also...

Read More
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AMAZON WILL ASK A COURT TO BLOCK MICROSOFT FROM WORKING ON A $10 BILLION CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACT

CNN International | January 14, 2020

Amazon will ask a federal court to temporarily block Microsoft (MSFT) from working on a $10 billion cloud computing contract for the military, according to a court filing Monday. Microsoft is scheduled to begin its work on the contract on Feb. 11. But Amazon's cloud computing division will seek a preliminary injunction to "prevent the issuance of substantive task orders under the contract," the filing said. Amazon's request will be submitted by Jan. 24. The request is part of A...

Read More
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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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