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Press Releases


ZEETTA Networks Partners with STORDIS to Distribute their Innovative NetOS Network Management and 5G Solutions Worldwide

03 June 2020

Bristol, England

We partnered up with Zeetta Networks to build the innovative network solution Zeetta Enterprise ‘Powered by Zeetta NetOS’ platform which ‘Visualises, Optimises and Automates’ complex networks, simplifying operations and making new technologies such as 5G Private Cellular Networks accessible for smaller enterprises and local government. Follow the link to read the full press release.


The German city of Dorsten harnesses the potential of Open Networking

07 November 2019

Dorsten, Germany

To improve, accelerate and simplify the various complex administrative processes of the municipal network, STORDIS set up a concept for the migration to disaggregated infrastructures. You will find more information about this use case in the official press release. Please note that the press release is published in German.

MantisNet and STORDIS collaborate to boost disaggregated network monitoring

23 October 2019

Stuttgart, Germany

STORDIS and MantisNet announce technology partnership to significantly improve network detection and response functionality with high-performance hardware and software to replace purpose-built, proprietary solutions. Follow the link to read the full press release.

The press release is also available in German.

STORDIS launches Academia and Research Program

16 July 2019

Stuttgart, Germany

STORDIS officially launched the STORDIS Academia and Research Program on July 16th, offering up to 65% off a wide range of network products and services to support universities, educational institutions and research projects in the field of Open Networking. Subscribers benefit from STORDIS’ professional knowledge base and join a global community of researchers. Follow the link to read the full press release.

STORDIS joins Open Source Business Alliance e.V.

01 July 2019

Stuttgart, Germany

As of July 1st 2019, STORDIS is be a member of the Open Source Business Alliance, the most important organisation to support and expand the acceptance and the use of open source solutions in Germany. Follow the link to read the full press release. Please note that the press release is published in German.


13 March 2019

San José

Open Networking experts STORDIS today announced the launch of two bare-metal switches powered by the fully programmable Barefoot Tofino ASIC. An industry first, the STORDIS Advanced Programmable Switches (APS) offer comprehensive 1588v2 time synchronisation support, as well as providing more powerful processing, higher memory and greater in-built storage capacity.

STORDIS joins Open Compute Project as Platinum Member and announces OCP Global Summit Sponsorship

12 February 2019

Stuttgart, Germany

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announced today that STORDIS, a full-service provider in the field of Open Networking that offers consultancy, system integration, professional support and software development services, has joined as a Platinum member.


Barefoot Networks teams up with Western Digital and Università Della Svizzera Italiana to showcase in-network consensus for use with Storage Class Memory and P4

24 September 2018

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Barefoot Tofino™ Used in P4 Implementation for Low Latency Storage Class Memory Access is Presented at the P4 European Workshop.

STORDIS accelerates Open Networking Revolution with strategic relaunch and by joining the Open Network Foundation (ONF)

11 September 2018

Stuttgart, Germany

The firm is repositioning itself in the market as a comprehensive provider of Open Networking solutions, services and support. As part of its commitment to Open Networking, STORDIS has joined the ONF to contribute to the open community.

Barefoot Networks and Fox Networks demonstrate the power of programmable forwarding for professional broadcast networks

19 June 2018

Geneva, Switzerland

Barefoot Tofino™-powered switch running FOX Networks’ P4 program implementing forwarding plane functions to switch SMPTE ST 2110-20 HD uncompressed video streams.