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7 Reasons To Head For Vegas: IT's Secret Weapons

February 15, 2014
We've selected seven Interop presenters that will make it worth a trip to Vegas. You'll be so absorbed in tech, you won't even notice the glitter.

SDN Management: Risks And Challenges

February 06, 2014
Traditional network management techniques don't work with software-defined networking. Automation of management best practices is critical for SDN to succeed.

OpenDaylight Panel: Fewer SDN Standards, Easier Adoption

February 05, 2014
Experts addressed software-defined networking issues at the inaugural OpenDaylight Summit.

OpenDaylight Releases Hydrogen Open Source SDN Platform

February 04, 2014
First software release from the vendor-led Linux Foundation project is designed to give network engineers and developers a way to test software-defined networking.

Cisco Pushes SDN Into Distributed Networks

January 28, 2014
Networking giant extends ACI beyond the data center with new APIC module that provides SDN functionality across campus and branch networks.

ONF Ramps Up Wireless And Mobile SDN Effort

January 22, 2014
The Open Networking Foundation's new working group is focused on extending OpenFlow to wireless and mobile networks.

Is It Time For SDN 2.0?

January 17, 2014
Software-defined networking has become a meaningless buzzword. Let's start fresh with a new term that has strict requirements before vendors can label their products with it.

SDN Vendors' Internal Tug-of-War Doesn't Bode Well For Customers

January 09, 2014
Networking vendors are experiencing internal conflict as they try to integrate SDN into their products lines. Customers will face the fallout.

Focus On SDN Tools Obscures SDN Benefits

January 02, 2014
The debates over OpenFlow, NSX and ACI miss the point. SDN vendors need to focus on how their tools fit into a broader framework for solving business problems.

Top Network Computing Stories of 2013

December 26, 2013
This year's most-read stories include news and analysis of software-defined networking, a compilation of free mobile wireless tools, and just-for-fun slideshows.

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