Posts about OpenDaylight Project

Network transformation and changing subscriber traffic patterns have created new challenges to how service providers offer and deliver services. This, combined with changes in user behavior as demand shifts towards high bandwidth data and video services, requires a change in central office (CO) architectures for better efficiency and agility ...

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NETCONF Call Home, or reverse secure socket shell (SSH), is a technique that enables network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) devices to establish a connection to a service provider control systems and protects the virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE), usually deployed behind a cable modem or a firewall ...
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The Internet2 conference this week was a smashing success. Reflecting on the audience’s comments and interest in our advanced development SDN (Software-Defined Networking) infrastructure testbed leads me to elaborate on it a bit further.
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