Software defined networking
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If you can't SDN, you're out

Service providers unable to support their customers on the level of scalability and flexibility of a?software-defined network are?not ready for the new age of technology, says Ralph Berndt, director, Sales at Syrex.

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Time to get flexible

Customer demands for greater flexibility and visibility are driving the growth of software defined networks, to the detriment of the big network operators.

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What is SDN? Why is it so important?

Software-defined networking is a phrase that has been popping up with increasing regularity, says Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution.

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New SDN Platform raises the bar

One of the keys to the perpetuation of the BYOD revolution is software defined networking, says Martin May, regional director, Extreme Networks.

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Dimension Data unveils SDN development model

Software-defined networking will drive significant changes in how networks are built and operated, and ultimately, the entire networking industry, says Rob Lopez, group executive - Networking at Dimension Data.

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SDN: Enterasys' approach examined

SDN gives network administrators programmable central control of network traffic without requiring physical access to the network's hardware devices, says Martin May, regional director at Enterasys Networks.

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The SDN misunderstanding

Software-defined networking is not a networking paradigm shift, and it's not the holy grail of networking.

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SDN: the long-term view

Companies re-examining traditional network architectures turn to software-defined networking for answers.

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Sidetracked by SDN

Software-defined networking is making headlines, but is it all it's cracked up to be?

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SDN's role in the cloud

Software-defined networking offers a problem-free interface between cloud computing and the network.

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The role of software-defined networking

SDN technology includes the separation of network elements, allowing administrators to provision network connections on the fly, says Martin May, regional director of Enterasys Networks.

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The downside of SDN

Is software-defined networking positioned for large-scale conflict with legacy networking technology?

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