Software Defined Networking (SDN) is the big buzz word in the telecom industry. All future networks will become SDN-based infrastructures. Its network topology is simple: a single controller manages access to dumb devices or routers in the carrier IP-based mobile backhaul. All control plane functions or intelligence is embedded in the SDN controller. The communication between SDN controller and devices happens through the use of the Open Flow protocol.

February 27, 2013

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is the big buzz word in the telecom industry. All future networks will become SDN-based infrastructures. Its network topology is simple: a single controller manages access to dumb devices or routers in the carrier IP-based mobile backhaul. All control plane functions or intelligence is embedded in the SDN controller. The communication between SDN controller and devices happens through the use of the Open Flow protocol.

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