Modernize and 'Templatize' Your Network

Streamlined architecture and centralized management have led to cost and risk reductions for our retail customers including Verizon Wireless. Open networking unlocks the ability to commoditize the network hardware to manage the entire network with ease.

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Pica8 unlocks network simplicity to drive down costs and reduce risk

With PicOS, deliver highly resilient, highly reliable, programmable networks that are leaner and more scalable than their monolithic predecessors.

Significant CapEx & OpEx savings

Automation-ready with Ansible

Hardened network security

Centralized management and monitoring

Open Networking unlocks increased visibility and security with centralized management

Design scalable, flexible networks. Create visibility across heterogeneous network environments, all while maintaining centralized control. Enjoy a single-pane-of-glass visibility. Automate asset discovery and management across the enterprise and manage consistent configurations with granular visibility. This full view of the entire network drives reduced response times and higher levels of security.

Unlock the secrets of hyper scaler network management

In this free guide, we help you determine whether open networking is right for your organization – and if so, how to begin.


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What PicOS users are saying

More and more, our clients are looking for realistic alternatives that can be sourced and deployed immediately. Open networking automation products deployed on white box hardware can be a great option at a price point any finance executive will approve of, and with a host of features that network engineers will appreciate.

Alan Fagan

EPS Global

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