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SDN Innovation to Simplify Networks

By, Lauren McAndrews, HP Networking


Software Defined Networking (SDN) is here, and it is the next big thing to hit the technological market!

According to SDNCentral, the SDN market is expected to grow to $35 billion by 2018.  (To see their projected SDN market reach click here.)  Companies are quickly preparing to implement Software Defined Networking as a key ingredient for a successful business strategy.


What is HP’s Contribution to the SDN market?


HP is the leader in Software Defined Networking. “HP is also the only vendor pursuing an Open Standards based SDN strategy which comprehends the entire path from user-to-datacenter and the entire technology stack from infrastructure-to-management.”  In other words, HP has your end-to-end network solution for today’s fast-paced and highly intensive network expectations.


Our Vision


HP is leading the charge to deliver agility for businesses and organizations and align SDN to business applications.




Join us at Interop Las Vegas for a variety of SDN presentations and discussions, including Jacob Rapp’s presentation on Wednesday from 12:00pm-12:45pm: Innovation in Software Defined Networking (SDN) in the Mandalay Bay K room (session code: VT23).  In this session multiple SDN topics will be covered, such as Network Virtualization, SDN Applications, and use-cases and trends.


If you don’t have the chance to make it to the Wednesday discussion, be sure to check out these other presentations about Software Defined Networking:

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