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Network Services SDN Part 2: What are the benefits of software-defined networking?

By Neil Alhanti

In Part 1, we focused on what software-defined networking (SDN) is, how it works, and how SDN is different from traditional networking, including how each type… Read more

By Neil Alhanti
Senior Writer, IBM Global Technology Services

February 2, 2021

Network Services SDN Part 1: What is software-defined networking?

By Neil Alhanti

At some point in every organization’s genesis, they must make a decision about the type of network that best suits their needs. Software-defined networking… Read more

By Neil Alhanti
Senior Writer, IBM Global Technology Services

January 27, 2021

Five ways SD-WAN equips enterprises to improve network security

By Rick Key

Network security had a pretty tough year in 2017. From the WannaCry virus to the Equifax breach, the world of data communications has gotten a lot scarier for… Read more

By Rick Key

December 10, 2020

SDN versus traditional networking: what’s the difference?

By Neil Alhanti

What is SDN? Software-defined networking (SDN) is characterized as “the decoupling of control and packet forwarding planes in the network”. SDN allows networks… Read more

By Neil Alhanti
Senior Writer, IBM Global Technology Services

December 9, 2020

The network is essential; now it needs to be programmable

By Archana Vemulapalli

Today’s enterprise networks fuel the way people live, work and play. But their ability to push out the rising volume of data and applications in real time… Read more

By Archana Vemulapalli
General Manager, IBM Network Services

December 9, 2020

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