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Reflections from a Year Inside the OpenDaylight Project
By: TMCnet Special Guest
The OpenDaylight Project is intended to enable an SDN application ecosystem that produces new and valuable applications for both service providers and users. - 04/23/2014

Comings & Goings: SDN Upstart Big Switch Hires Former Juniper VP
By: Paula Bernier
In the latest game of musical chairs in the software-defined networking game, Juniper's Shaun Page has found a new seat at Big Switch Networks. The former Juniper Networks vice president has been tapped to head up Big Switch's channel and sales effor… - 04/22/2014

SDN Zone Week in Review
By: Paula Bernier
Software-defined networking seems to have come a long way in a short time, but SDN's impact on the network will be far and wide. - 04/19/2014

Mediation and Billing Solution Providers Partner to Address Next-Gen Networks, Services
By: Paula Bernier
DigitalRoute and MetraTech have joined forces to help service providers more easily monetize their cloud, M2M, network functions virtualization, software-defined networking, and unified communications capabilities. - 04/15/2014

IDC: Logicalis Stands Benefit from SDN
By: Paula Bernier
Software-defined networking is a new, game-changing technology that could shift the balance of things in the telecom and datacom equipment world. Among the potential winners in this game could be Logicalis, an international IT solutions and managed s… - 04/14/2014




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SDN PRECON at ITEXPO Miami

Software-defined network is considered by many to be one of the most important, and potentially disruptive, developments in networking since the rise of the Internet. To date, networks and connectivity have come first, and applications have followed. SDN turns this model on its head, approaching networking from an apps-first standpoint.

In this SDN pre conference at ITEXPO Miami, we will define SDN, look at the technologies and components involved in SDN, the use cases of SDN, the players involved in moving SDN forward, and what this all means for networking as we know it.

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