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The Evolution of Enterprise Connectivity: Application Scope of Software Defined Networks Expands

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The Evolution of Enterprise Connectivity:The Evolution of Enterprise Connectivity: Application Scope of Software Defined Networks Expands PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Oct. 29, 2013 -- Frost & Sullivan finds a strong set of standards and protocols are crucial to steer SDN evolution The huge demand for network resources is straining overall network systems, resulting in the poor performance of networks. This could lead to latency, overload and network breakdown. Rapid advancements in software defined network (SDN) technologies could help in solving the above said issues by bridging the gap between physical and virtual components to create a highly flexible networking environment. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan's (http://www.technicalinsights.frost.com) Breathtaking Innovations in Software Defined Networking research finds the shift to next-generation load balancers, network security, and software defined firewalls are the major focus areas in the development of SDN. Successfully overcoming security challenges inherent in software components will also help SDN adoption. For more information on this research, please email Britni Myers, Corporate Communications, at britni.myers@frost.com. Symmetric-based SDN is popular since it enables tighter control over the virtual network.
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The Evolution of Enterprise Connectivity: Application Scope of Software Defined Networks Expands

PR Newswire

-- Frost & Sullivan finds a strong set of standards and protocols are crucial to steer SDN evolution

The huge demand for network resources is straining overall network systems, resulting in the poor performance of networks.  This could lead to latency, overload and network breakdown. Rapid advancements in software defined network (SDN) technologies could help in solving the above said issues by bridging the gap between physical and virtual components to create a highly flexible networking environment.