Home > Analysts' Publications > Use Cases Define Future Shape of SDN
Software Defined Networking (SDN) began as a conceptual extension of data center virtualization and as such its true form has been tough to visualize. Now, as SDN use cases are being revealed on the web and in public forums, it is becoming clearer what SDN is, how it will be implemented and who will benefit or be hurt by its adoption. Read more: http://www.fiercetelecom.com/story/use-cases-define-future-shape-software-defined-networking/2012-09-11.
For more on SDN read Michael's FierceTelecom article "Building a Case for SDN for Metro Networks".
Read Michael's interview with Carrier Carrier Ethernet News to get his thoughts on how Software Defined Network technology will make its way into Carrier Ethernet networks and when.
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