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The Promise of Software-Defined Networking in Higher Education

on June 13, 2014

IT leaders in higher education know that classic network control has its setbacks, including vendor lock-in, complicated implementation and lack of flexibility. This Center for Digital Education issue brief discusses the benefits and provides use cases of a new architecture – software-defined networking – for college campuses.



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