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    December
    4
    2017
    P4 Runtime - Putting the Control Plane in Charge of the Forw ...
    Posted by Nick McKeown, Timon Sloane, and Jim Wanderer on December 4, 2017 A few weeks ago we introduced the first demonstration of “P4 Runtime”. We invite all members of the networking community to join with us, so th ...
    November
    3
    2017
    Announcing the P4 Applications Working Group
    Posted by Mukesh Hira and Jeongkeun Lee on November 3, 2017 With the maturing language and architecture support, plus the recent innovation of P4 Runtime from the API working group, writing new applications using P4 and ru ...
    October
    11
    2017
    P4→NetFPGA: A low-cost solution for testing P4 programs in ...
    Posted by P4.org on October 11, 2017 P4 has emerged as an easy-to-use language for declaring how a forwarding device should process packets. A number of programmable targets are already available, ranging from programmable ...
    July
    20
    2017
    Announcing P4Runtime - A contribution by the P4 API Working ...
    by Lorenzo Vicisano & Antonin Bas The P4 community has come a long way since the first P4 Workshop in June 2015, and can be proud of the solid ecosystem it has built. Between the new p4c compiler, that supports both P4 ...
    February
    24
    2017
    Get involved with shaping P4’s future!
    by Gordon Brebner, Nate Foster, and Changhoon Kim. Following up on last week’s blog post by the P4.org board announcing the P4 Technical Steering Committee (P4-TSC), we want to briefly reflect on where we are, what we ha ...
    February
    12
    2017
    P4 adoption continues to grow rapidly
    by Amin Vahdat, Jennifer Rexford, Nick McKeown.   Dear P4 community: P4.org membership and P4 adoption are growing swiftly. We have over 65 member organizations in P4.org today and we continue to see notable activity ...