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SDN Insights, Trends & Forecasting

Software-defined networking (SDN) is an agile, scalable approach to networking that gives engineers—and the organizations they serve—the technology needed to rapidly adapt to changing requirements. Through the use of SDN, administrators can make network-wide changes through a centralized control console for more efficient orchestration and automation of services.

IEEE SDN Initiative

IEEE ComSoc is a participating Society in the IEEE SDN Initiative, a cross-Society IEEE worldwide program addressing the main techno-economic aspects concerning SDN and NFV. 

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