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An exciting look at the innovation HP SDN is bringing to the data centre, the campus and networks globally. IT has radically changed over the last 10 years yet our underlying networks have largely remained architecturally and operationally static – SDN via the abstraction of the control plane presents a new era of networking, a fundamental step towards true application controlled networks. SDN will take us to a place where the network is fully aligned to the dynamic and evolving needs of business applications, and will present a more software-minded construct such that networks will be designed and deployed as rapidly as the applications that ride on top of them. Come along and see Microsoft Lync dynamically orchestrating the underlying HP SDN network infrastructure.
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