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10 Reasons To Use Open Source Software Defined Networking

HuffingtonPost: A consolidated look at all the reasons that people use open source software for SDN in a top ten list.

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Open vs Proprietary? A Question of Practical Philosophy

Brocade: Within our industry, there is a growing divide between two schools of thought; between those companies that believe that the future of the network lies in openness, and those that think a proprietary approach is the compelling way to go.

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Introducing the OpenDaylight Ambassador Program

The growth of the OpenDaylight community has been astounding in the 15 months since launch. Interest in the project is growing so quickly that we’ve put together an ambassador program to help sustain and grow the worldwide community. 

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Facebook Unveils Open-Source Networking Switch. Sucker Punches Cisco?

In its ongoing quest to expand infrastructure to support the handling and delivery of massive amounts of data in its social network, Facebook announced that it has created its own networking switch and the software to go with it, and makes it available to public.

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Luis Gomez

Luis Gomez is Principal Software Test Engineer at Brocade and currently coordinates the Integration Group at OpenDaylight. Prior to this, Luis worked many years at Ericsson in end-to-end solution integration and verification for radio, fixed, core and transport functions. 

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