Sam Clements of SC-WiFi comments:
After hearing about Avaya’s wireless portfolio recently, I kept coming back around to a common thread that seemed so entrenched in the core of their solution — SDN. Admittedly I’m not a Data Center or Applications kind of guy, but Avaya has an interesting take on positioning their wireless portfolio. Instead of focusing heavily on a unique set of hardware specific features in their Access Points, they focus on a ‘module enabled’ Software Defined Network strategy. Paul Unbehagen, Chief Architect at Avaya accurately describes SDN as meaning something different to everyone.
Avaya talks SDN at WFD7
Great recap of the Avaya presentation at Wireless Field Day 7 from Sam. SDN is going to be a big part of Wi-Fi going forward when vendors figure out the power that it gives them from a control perspective.
Read more at: Avaya Wireless is all about SDN
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