IBM NEC Openflow

January 25, 2012 by staff 

IBM NEC Openflow, Organisations can modify, control and manage the dynamic physical and virtual networks IBM and NEC are partnering to provide standards-based OpenFlow offering to power dynamic networks, manage massive amounts of information and deliver new services to leading organisations.

OpenFlow enables organisations to modify, control and manage the dynamic physical and virtual networks.

OpenFlow-enabled 10/40GbE top of rack switch was first marketed by IBM and NEC was first to market with its ProgrammableFlow OpenFlow-based network controller.

Stanford, the originators of the OpenFlow protocol, will deploy IBM and NEC’s offering in a parallel network to test OpenFlow’s applicability to the university’s production environment.

And distributed data fabric provider Tervela has validated that OpenFlow offering delivers a breakthrough in dynamic networking to ensure predictable performance of Big Data for complex and demanding business environments.

In addition, ultra-low latency event data provider Selerity will employ IBM and NEC’s OpenFlow offering to accelerate real-time decision-making for global financial markets.

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