Summary:

The software-defined networking arena is full of new ideas and well-funded startups. This GigaOM Research podcast discusses SDN use cases, its impact on traditional networking, and companies to watch.

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Software-defined networking (SDN) is the buzzword in companies of all sizes today. This GigaOM Research podcast addresses key questions about SDN: its use cases, its impact on traditional networking leaders, and promising startups to watch in this space.

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SHOW NOTES
Host: Adam Lesser
Speakers: Isabelle Guis and Lee Doyle

  • What is software defined networking (SDN)?
  • The value of SDN in the data center
  • Use cases of SDN and potential
  • State of the SDN market/Investment sentiment
  • Impact on Cisco and incumbent networking leaders
  • Considerations for companies implementing SDN
  • Promising SDN startups
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