Software-defined networks

In a software-defined network (SDN), there is a separation of logic and control from the individual boxes to the centre where everything is managed using standardized protocols. The principle of SDN is that everything that happens on the network is controlled by the applications running on the network.

Within our portfolio, we have expanded our collaboration with HP, which, in addition to the several applications and SDN controller already mentioned, has introduced the entire SDN ecosystem, which is related to the promotion, application distribution, development and programming of applications for SDN network environments. An example of an SDN application is the collaboration with MS Lync, where data flows are controlled based on the "call" status. Hundreds of such applications will be developed in the future according to current needs and without dependence on HW resources.


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