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    Sonic Xtra 215-Freestyle

    Sonic Xtra 215-Freestyle
    The Sonic Xtra 215 - Freestyle is a fast flyer that is pet friendly and great for puppies, smaller dogs, smaller hands and beginners.
    Smooth glide plastic allows you to move the discs off you stack with ease. The perfect small disc! Learn More
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    $6.49
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    Air 235

    The disc of choice for Pro Disc Doggers worldwide, the Hero Air 235 will elevate your game like a long, floating 90 yard bomb. This is the same disc used by current and past World, National, Regional and Local Champions. Learn More
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    $4.99
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    Hero Pup 120

    The Hero Disc type 120 is the best performing mini disc available. It weighs 23 grams and measures 120 mm from edge to edge. Unlike other mini discs the type 120 is very easy to throw long and straight. A great training tool for a small puppy. ***The Pup 120 is a flying mini disc and not a chew toy. Learn More
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    $2.99
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    SuperHero 235

    SuperHero 235
    K-9 Candy discs come in a wide range of vivid, eye catching, translucent colors and feature puncture and bite resistant plastic.
    The SuperHero 235 disc is designed to give you more game time with your favorite companion.
    Disc size: 235mm

    Hero Superhero 235 are now made with Blizzard Tecnology from Innova Champion Discs. Blizzard technology incorporates thousands of microbubbles into our durable Superhero plastic. This allows for lower and more consistent weights.

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    $14.99
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    SuperSwirl 235

    SUPERSWIRL 235 Hero Dyed Discs are made from the same durable, bite resistant plastic as the SUPERSTAR 235.
    SUPERSWIRL Hero Discs are individually hand-crafted and dyed with safe eco-friendly inks. Learn More
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    $16.99
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    SuperSonic 215-Taffy

    Designed for dog disc pros, the SuperSonic 215-Taffy is a smaller (215mm/8.5 inches), lighter version of the SuperStar 235.
    The SuperSonic 215-Taffy weighs approximately 130(+/-2) grams making it one of the most durable dog discs in this weight range on the market.
    The SuperSonic not only adds distance to your throws compared to traditional dog discs, but is extra durable and puncture resistant.
    Smaller diameter discs tend to fly faster and require more spin to maximize flight characteristics.

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    $13.99
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    Xtra 235 Freestyle

    Hero is pleased to unleash on the disc dog world the ultimate canine freestyle disc. We have taken some of the grippiness out of the Xtra Distance model, retained the durability and have a disc that will become the standard for freestyle play. The smoother feel allows competitors to slide the discs out of a stack quickly and the increased durability guarantees more playing time with your canine partner, as well as an overall safer disc experience.
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    $6.49
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    SuperHero 235 Ice Dye

    SUPERSWIRL ICE DYES are made from the same durable, bite resistant plastic as the SUPERHERO.
    As with the Superhero, SUPERSWIRL ICE DYES are beautiful translucent canine candy individually hand crafted and dyed with safe eco-friendly inks.
    Disc size: 235 (235mm; standard size) Learn More
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    $16.99
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    Sonic Xtra 215-Distance

    Sonic Xtra 215-Distance
    The Sonic Xtra 215-Distance is a fast flyer that is pet friendly and great for puppies, smaller dogs, smaller hands and beginners.
    Grippy and light weight. The perfect small disc! Learn More
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    $6.49
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    SuperSonic 215-K9 Candy

    The Super Sonic “K-9 Candy” is a smaller (215mm/8.5 inches), lighter version of the Superhero.
    The Super Sonic weighs approximately 130(+/-2) grams making it one of the most durable dog discs in this weight range on the market.
    The Super Sonic not only adds distance to your throws compared to traditional dog discs, but is extra durable and puncture resistant.
    Smaller diameter discs tend to fly faster and may require more spin to maximize flight characteristics.
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    $13.99
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SONiC
DeveloperMicrosoft, Open Compute Project and community
Written inC
OS familyUnix-like (Linux kernel)
Working stateCurrent
Source modelOpen source
Initial release2017; 4 years ago
Repositorygithub.com/Azure/SONiC, github.com/Azure/sonic-buildimage
Marketing targetNetwork devices
Kernel typeMonolithic
LicenseMix of open-source licenses including the GNU GPL and the Apache License
Official websiteazure.github.io/SONiC/

SONiC (Software for Open Networking in the Cloud) is a free and open sourcenetwork operating system based on Linux and developed by Microsoft and the Open Compute Project.[1][2][3] SONiC includes networking software components required to have a fully functional L3 device[4] and was designed to meet the requirements of a clouddata center. It allows cloud operators to share the same software stack across hardware from different switch vendors.[3][4]

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SONiC was developed and open sourced by Microsoft in 2017.[2]The software decouples network software from the underlying hardware and is built on the SAI switch-programming API.[1] It runs on network switches from multiple vendors and ASICs.[2] Notable supported network features include Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), remote direct memory access (RDMA), QoS, and various other Ethernet/IP technologies.[2]

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The SONiC community includes cloud providers, service providers, silicon and component suppliers, as well as networking hardware OEMs and ODMs. It has more than 850 members. Companies using and/or contributing to SONiC include Alibaba Group, Arista Networks,[5]Broadcom,[3]Dell,[3]Cisco Systems, Comcast, Juniper,[6]Nokia, Nvidia-Mellanox[7] and VMware.[2] SONiC is used in Microsoft’s Azure networking services.[2]

The SONiC network operating system was presented at the ACMSIGCOMM 2nd Asia-Pacific Workshop on Networking 2018 (APNET 2018) in Beijing, China.[8]

The source code is licensed under a mix of open-source licenses including the GNU General Public License and the Apache License and available on GitHub.[9][10]Orbit.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ abBranscombe, Mary (July 22, 2019). 'Is SONiC, the Open Source Network OS, Ready for Mainstream?'. DataCenter Knowledge.
  2. ^ abcdefCooney, Michael (October 8, 2020). 'Meet SONiC, the new NOS (definitely not the same as the old NOS)'. NETWORKWORLD.
  3. ^ abcdHardesty, Linda (March 3, 2020). 'Microsoft Provides Open Source Cloud Switch Software'. sdxcentral.
  4. ^ abVerma, Adarsh (March 10, 2016). 'SONiC — Microsoft's Debian Linux-based Operating System For Networking'. FOSSBYTES.
  5. ^'Arista Extends Open Cloud Networking Software Leadership'. investors.arista.com.
  6. ^'Juniper Networks Integrates with 'Software for Open Networking in the Cloud' Platform -'. Virtualization Review.
  7. ^'Full ASIC-to-Protocol Support for SONIC on Mellanox Spectrum'. www.mellanox.com.
  8. ^'APNET 2018'. conferences.sigcomm.org.
  9. ^Foley, Mary Jo (March 9, 2016). 'Microsoft submits new open-sourced networking components to Open Compute Project'. ZDNet.
  10. ^Williams, Chris Williams (March 9, 2016). 'Microsoft has crafted a switch OS on Debian Linux. Repeat, a switch OS on Debian Linux'. The Register.

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External links[edit]

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  • SONiC on GitHub – Documentation
  • sonic-buildimage on GitHub – Scripts which perform an installable binary image build for SONiC
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