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OpenFlow: The NoSQL of Network Protocols

In the early 1960s, Paul Baran invented packet switching. Packet switching became the foundation ARPANET, which later gave way to the Internet. Baran died at the age of 84 last Saturday.

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Ciena Opens Sources Network Management Middleware

Yesterday networking infrastructure provisioning and management specialist Ciena announced a new addition to the open source community of software Ciena Corporation, the network specialist, today announced that the company’s Dynamic Resource Allocation Controller (DRAC), intelligent middleware for provisioning dynamic on-demand lightpaths across...

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EMC Details New Converged Networking Plans

EMC will introduce a full range of Brocade 10Gbit Ethernet switches and selected Cisco Nexus 10Gbit Ethernet switches.
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HP Builds New Networking Division Around 3Com

Wasting no time following the close of the purchase, HP gets to work making its networking business into an official division of the IT giant.
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The Bank, the Linux User and the 9-Month Call for Help

Garrett Heaton can't speak highly enough of his bank. "USAA is a FANTASTIC bank, and their services...
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