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UNH Lab Advances SDN
UNH Lab Advances SDN
Network Computing Videos  |  4/28/2014  | 
The UNH InterOperability Laboratory is working with organizations like OpenDaylight to further industry standards, and with schools to foster a love of science.
The Upside Of The Software-Defined Datacenter
The Upside Of The Software-Defined Datacenter
Network Computing Videos  |  4/23/2014  | 
Ivan Pepelnjak explains one of the benefits of a well crafted datacenter network.
The Wireless Perfect Storm
The Wireless Perfect Storm
Network Computing Videos  |  4/23/2014  | 
The way data is consumed and delivered continues to change rapidly, causing technology shifts on every front that have dramatic effects on wireless networks. Lee Badman, network engineer and wireless technical lead for Syracuse University, explains where WiFi is headed in light of the combined complexity of factors like software-defined networks, 802.11ac, and LTE.
The Ideal Physical Network
The Ideal Physical Network
Network Computing Videos  |  4/23/2014  | 
Martin Casado describes how he envisions the most functional physical network, using the model of a chassis switch and backplane.
Welcome To The New Network Computing
Welcome To The New Network Computing
Network Computing Videos  |  4/22/2014  | 
Find out why Network Computing is the place where IT infrastructure professionals gather to interact, share, and connect with their peers.


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