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Publishing Code Developed for Intel(R) Tofino

BF
Barefoot FASTER
Fri, May 22, 2020 4:50 PM

Dear P4 Community:

I am excited to share some incredible news!

What is the announcement?

Intel has given permission to the P4 community to openly publish the data
and control plane code written for Tofino.

Who is this for?

This is targeted towards all Tofino users, including Academia and Research
organizations that are using Tofino to conduct networking research.

What can you do with this?

You can publish your P4 or control plane code developed for Tofino.

How can the community take advantage of this?

Become a member of the FASTER program https://barefootnetworks.com/faster/ to
openly collaborate with more than 130 research institutions and commercial
organizations all over the world. It’s a simple process - check out the
admission requirements and apply today!

SIGCOMM 2020:

Special shout out to teams that have their SIGCOMM papers accepted and are
part of the FASTER program: You can now go before the SIGCOMM Artifacts
Evaluation Committee to be assessed for the Artifacts Badge.

If you have any follow-up questions, feel free to reach out to
research@barefootnetworks.com.

Happy hacking,

Vladimir Gurevich
Director, FASTER program.
Barefoot Networks, an Intel company.

Dear P4 Community: I am excited to share some incredible news! What is the announcement? Intel has given permission to the P4 community to openly publish the data and control plane code written for Tofino. Who is this for? This is targeted towards all Tofino users, including Academia and Research organizations that are using Tofino to conduct networking research. What can you do with this? You can publish your P4 or control plane code developed for Tofino. How can the community take advantage of this? Become a member of the FASTER program <https://barefootnetworks.com/faster/> to openly collaborate with more than 130 research institutions and commercial organizations all over the world. It’s a simple process - check out the admission requirements and apply today! SIGCOMM 2020: Special shout out to teams that have their SIGCOMM papers accepted and are part of the FASTER program: You can now go before the SIGCOMM Artifacts Evaluation Committee to be assessed for the Artifacts Badge. If you have any follow-up questions, feel free to reach out to research@barefootnetworks.com. Happy hacking, Vladimir Gurevich Director, FASTER program. Barefoot Networks, an Intel company.