Advancing the state of the art

At Axbryd we are building technology that others don’t think possible.
We embrace being out of our comfort-zone, and we regularly go into uncharted land to advance the state-of-the-art

We continuously create technological building blocks to make NICs programmable, fast and easy to use.
The fastest way to learn about our recent advancements is to have a look to our scientific publications:

  • See paper [OSDI ‘20] hXDP: Efficient Software Packet Processing on FPGA NICs
  • See paper [CoNEXT ‘20] Metronome: adaptive and precise intermittent packet retrieval in DPDK
  • See paper [CoNEXT ‘20] When Filtering is not Possible Caching Negatives with Fingerprints Comes to the Rescue
  • See paper [NSDI ‘19] FlowBlaze: Stateful Packet Processing in Hardware

You can also check our past talks and presentations:

  • See paper [FOSDEM ‘21] hXDP: Efficient Software Packet Processing on FPGA NICs - Pushing XDP into SmartNICs

We believe in open innovation and we are standing on the shoulder of giants. We want to explicitly thank some of the efforts that inspired us the most:

Advancing the state of the art

At Axbryd we are building technology that others don’t think possible.
We embrace being out of our comfort-zone, and we regularly go into uncharted land to advance the state-of-the-art

We continuously create technological building blocks to make NICs programmable, fast and easy to use.
The fastest way to learn about our recent advancements is to have a look to our scientific publications:

  • See paper [OSDI ‘20] hXDP: Efficient Software Packet Processing on FPGA NICs
  • See paper [CoNEXT ‘20] Metronome: adaptive and precise intermittent packet retrieval in DPDK
  • See paper [CoNEXT ‘20] When Filtering is not Possible Caching Negatives with Fingerprints Comes to the Rescue
  • See paper [NSDI ‘19] FlowBlaze: Stateful Packet Processing in Hardware

You can also check our past talks and presentations:

  • See paper [FOSDEM ‘21] hXDP: Efficient Software Packet Processing on FPGA NICs - Pushing XDP into SmartNICs

We believe in open innovation and we are standing on the shoulder of giants. We want to explicitly thank some of the efforts that inspired us the most: