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Kaloom to Speak and Exhibit at Red Hat Summit 2019

Kaloom and Red Hat tech leaders will present joint panel on, "Automated Software-Defined 5G Network Fabric with OpenShift"

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Montréal – April 30, 2019Kaloom, an emerging leader in the automated data center networking software market, today announced that the company’s executives will speak and exhibit at the Red Hat Summit 2019 in Boston. Kaloom’s chief technical officer Suresh Krishnan and chief architect Per Andersson will join Red Hat’s senior architect Dave Cain for a breakout session titled, “Automated Software-Defined 5G Network Fabric with OpenShift.” Krishnan, Andersson and Cain will address their work building a 5G Innovation Lab in Canada to demonstrate a live 5G network with Lenovo and other partners. The session will occur Tuesday, May 7 from 9:30 -10:15 a.m. EDT.

Kaloom will also exhibit in booth 343, showcasing its automated and more easily deployable, next-generation, software-defined network fabric technology that interfaces directly with core Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Red Hat OpenStack Platform. To book a meeting with Kaloom or to see a demo of its product at the show, click on this link.

Kaloom and Red Hat

Kaloom has collaborated with Red Hat to build an automated and more easily deployable, next-generation, software-defined network fabric technology that interfaces directly with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Kaloom has the capabilities of scaling to 1000's of racks, with 100,000+ servers and its fabric essentially offloads data plane functions from virtual machines and containers to the fabric itself. It's fully P4-independent protocol programmable.

Kaloom’s solution can offload key data plane functions in 5G directly on the switch silicon, increasing throughput performance by 2x while delivering 7x lower latency than traditional data center networking solutions. The solution runs under the scenes atop of Red Hat technology, including Red Hat OpenShift as the core platform.

Held May 7-9, 2019, in Boston, Red Hat Summit is the premier enterprise open source technology event for thousands of IT professionals to innovate and focus on high-performing Linux, cloud, automation and management, container, and Kubernetes technologies. At Red Hat Summit, customers, partners, and open source industry leaders from around the world and across industries come together to learn, network, and experience open source. With thousands of attendees and hundreds of sessions, Red Hat Summit has become a must-attend event to hear about innovations and best practices that are enabling the future of enterprise technology.

About Kaloom

Kaloom is an emerging company developing a fully automated, programmable data center networking software solution that will disrupt how cloud and data center networks are built, managed and operated for enterprises, cloud providers, gaming companies, data center operators and 5G wireless providers. Kaloom comprises technology veterans with proven track records of delivering large-scale networking, analytics and AI-based solutions for the world’s largest networks. The company is backed by leading investors including Fonds de solidarité FTQ and Somel Investments. Kaloom is based in the heart of the Quartier de l'innovation in Montreal, Quebec and in the Silicon Valley. For additional information visit www.kaloom.com.

 

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