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Everything You Need to Know About SDN

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May 22, 2014  |  Networking  •  Software-defined Networking


In a time when government agencies are looking to maximize cost savings and reduce budgets, there’s a growing buzz around SDN – Software Defined Networking. This innovating approach to networking allows agencies to meet growing application and user demands without the need to replace, or purchase, physical devices. Cost savings, operational efficiencies, network flexibility, and future planning capabilities are only a few of the benefits agencies are reaping as a result of implementing SDN technologies.

The video below discusses the basics of SDN and profiles an approach in which multiple agencies use a single network while maintaining control over their own information and network segment.

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