Does your current data center network meet the requirements of increased data rates when all your employees work from home and need access to the corporate network?


Situations that require a majority of the population to work from home force us to rely on the existing network infrastructure of our company. We need to ensure that our network complies to modern standards in regards to

  • Bandwidth and throughput
  • Capacity and recency of hardware
  • Stability of the network
  • Accessibility and connectivity
  • Security

With the outbreak of COVID-19, tens of thousands of employees have been confronted with the unprecendeted situation of having to work from home. As a result of this, corporate networks have to manage heavily increased remote workloads.

This situation requires companies to review the current state of their network infrastructure, analyze and evaluate the performance, and find out what needs to be improved to maintain continued operations and keep the business running in the best possible way. They may need to set up a strategy to restructure the network in order to meet certain standards, avoid remaining below potential or being left behind the capabilities of modern technology.

Review your network with particular reference to the following aspects:

Capacity and Performance

The infrastructure needs to be able to handle heavy workloads due to the increased use of remote tools, as well as a quick adaption to new scenarios and requirements.

Administrative Conditions and Accessibility

Ensure ease of use for all employees when working remotely and connectivity for collaborative use.

Efficiency and Low Latency

Virtualize shared drives to cloud environments to prevent bottlenecks, separate upstream and downstream and get rid of unnecessary cabling to avoid loss of data traffic.


When remotely accessing the corporate network via virtual private network (VPN), you need to make sure that the risk of attacks and threads from malware is reduced to a minimum.

How STORDIS can help you

As the ‘Open Networking Expert’ we are always up-to-date in our solutions‘ standards. Our STORDIS LABS offer the possibility to test and verify cutting-edge technology and to integrate it into the existing network regardless of the size and the vendor – on-site and remotely – to realize the best suitable solution. If you would like an Open Networking expert to review your current network environment, we are happy to offer professional consultation and support for a smooth integration to increase capacity, efficiency and adaptivity.

And once your digital infrastructure can handle the required traffic, your network is ready to take on any future challenges and provides a sustainable infrastructure that lasts beyond the threat of coronavirus.

In the long term, the outcome gives you the chance to elaborate a new mode of operation and improve work life for every employee, by enabling everyone to work flexibly, remotely and in a modern, convenient way.

Contact us for more information and free consultancy

STORDIS joins the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to support the open source communities spur the adoption of open standards-based architectures.


Telecom Infra Project (TIP)

Telecom Infra Project (TIP) is a collaborative ecosystem operating in the field of telecommunication. It was founded by industry leaders in 2016 with the aim to create a platform which helps accelerate innovation and develop next-generation networks. The platform features project groups, startups, initiatives, provides physical space for research and development and organizes frequent events across the globe. The community hosts more than 500 participating member organizations, including operators, suppliers, developers and integrators. TIP has recently announced an arrangement for collaboration with the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) to accelerate the rollout of open networks.

Joining the Telecom Infra Project (TIP)

STORDIS actively participates in several organizations to promote open source and disaggregated networking, including the Open Compute Project (OCP), the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and the Open Source Business Alliance (OSB Alliance). It was the next logical step for STORDIS to become a member of the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), a community of experts which features numerous industry-leading companies and organizations, various partners and associates, including Delta Networks Inc., Edgecore Networks and NoviFlow Inc.

“Being a member of the TIP is important for us because it enables us to contribute to the transition of the IT industry. The concept of Open Source becomes more and more relevant across all fields of the network industry, including telecommunication, academia and research, broadcasting, and cyber security. Connecting with interested parties who actively contribute to this progress is essential for advancement and innovation. With this in mind, we have designed the STORDIS Advanced Programmable Switches (APS), which are the only P4 programmable switches that support 1588v2,” says Alexander Jeffries, CEO at STORDIS

“NoviFlow is greatly pleased with our partner STORDIS’s affiliation to the TIP. We believe our programmable P4 solutions can contribute significantly to the TIP’s mission of driving new technologies and fostering innovation in telecommunications technology,” says Marc LeClerc, VP Strategy and Marketing at NoviFlow Inc.

“We are very pleased to welcome STORDIS to our community, which is expanding the scope and value of disaggregation to the industry,” says Attilio Zani, Executive Director, Telecom Infra Project. “We look forward to a promising collaboration on device programmability to make telecom networks far more open and efficient.”

STORDIS is elated to join the Telecom Infra Project. Being a member in the TIP enables STORDIS to contribute to the transition of the IT industry and the rapid adoption of open source technology within telecommunication networks.

You can find more information about the Telecom Infra Project at

STORDIS joins the Intel® Network Builders ecosystem to help the community shaping the future of business-ready open, next-generation technology.


Intel® Network Builders


Intel® Network Builders ecosystem is an Intel-led ecosystem of independent software vendors, original equipment manufacturers, system integrators and service providers coming together to accelerate and transform the adoption of network functions virtualization (NFV)- and software defined networking (SDN)-based solutions in telecommunications networks.

Since then, this vibrant community has grown to around 700 partners globally, including industry-leading companies.

Joining the Intel® Network Builders

As the Open Networking Expert and supplier of our Barefoot Tofino-based Advanced Programmable Switches (APS), STORDIS appreciates Intel’s efforts to transition today’s network infrastructures to an open, programmable, scalable cloud-ready environment.

“Intel is an industry-leading visionary with a vast range of capabilities. We are proud to be able to contribute to their efforts and strive to actively support the development of innovative, standardized, future-ready open network solutions,” says Alexander Jeffries, CEO of STORDIS.

As a partner of Barefoot Networks, who were acquired by Intel in 2019, STORDIS decided to take further action and contribute to the progress of Open Networking by joining the Intel® Network Builders ecosystem.

Intel® fosters a large community, hosting collaborative projects to accelerate innovation and open standards within the industry. Together with many industry-leading companies, STORDIS actively contributes to several relevant associations dedicated to open source technology.

You can find more information about the Intel® Network Builders ecosystem at