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Software-Defined Networking (SDN) for media explained

Discover all the options and possibilities to build an SDN solution tailored to your exact needs.

Make the right decisions upfront

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has been around since 2010. Since then, a lot of SDN standards, best practices, guidelines and open-source initiatives emerged. All with the same goal: to manage the data and control planes as effectively as possible. 


However, there is no blueprint that fits everyone’s needs, as no two deployments are exactly the same. That’s why it’s so important to consider your options and explore the possibilities in order to determine what’s the best way to go in your particular situation. The aim of this white paper is to help you make the right decisions.


Request your e-copy of the paper and successfully build an SDN solution that fits all your requirements.

What you’ll learn about

network architectures for media networks, from simple monolithic switches up to complex converged LAN/WAN networks

different methods on how to connect a media source to a destination

the differences between simple IGMP-based SDN control and true SDN orchestration, including network capacity management

and much more

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