Brent Salisbury draws a parallel between SDN and net neutrality, showing how technology can enable carriers to discriminate, double-dip, and more. A great read!
Over the next 10 years the networking industry is going to transform much more than it has in the previous ten year. The catalyst as we know it today is called SDN, but what that really means is its time to bring networking at least into the same decade conceptually as the rest of the computing world.
Read more at: The SDN Impact on Net Neutrality
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