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Open Networking Foundation drives commercialization of SDN and the OpenFlow™ Protocol at third PlugFest

ONF sees increasing implementation of OpenFlow 1.3 in commercial and test controllers and switches


Open Networking Foundation sees high growth in commercialization of SDN and OpenFlow at second PlugFest event

Interoperability event hosted at Indiana University’s InCNTRE Lab, the first certified lab selected by ONF for the conformance testing program

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HP advances software-defined networks with integrated infrastructure, controller and application solutions

Increases agility through “single control plane” to abstract, program and automate the entire network


Building trust in the Cloud – the role of SDN

Software-Defined Networks can shape data packet routes to address border-control regulation and data-privacy fears, claims Dan Pitt, Executive Director, Open Networking Foundation

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Open Networking Foundation approves OpenFlow 1.3.0 and OF-Config 1.1 to enhance interoperability and drive commercialization

New updates signify support to meet market needs for real-world deployment of OpenFlow-based SDN

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A Revolution in networking is on the horizon…

Network technology had its roots in the Cold War era, when full decentralization was a smart strategy for defending the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) and maintaining reliable performance across unreliable or war-damaged network links. In today's data centers, however, a pair of redundant, centralized controllers should be all that’s needed to ensure reliability and survivability. Time for a revolution?

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