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Submission + - Google's Secret Switch to the Next Wave of Networking (wired.com)

infomodity writes: What started as a Stanford project (Stanford Clean Slate) to design an Internet with decades of hindsight as a guide is now being put into practice by Google using OpenFlow. SDN, or Software Defined Networking, is a way of decoupling data and control planes, allowing an open software community to thrive in what is historically a proprietary, ASIC based networking space. With routing and switching control planes becoming open, what will the networks of tomorrow look like?
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Google's Secret Switch to the Next Wave of Networking

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