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While there’s lots of buzz still about the potential disruptive nature of software-defined networking (SDN), other than for big players like Google, the cloud-friendly technology has not been something everyday companies can order up.
Adara Networks is aiming to bring the hardware-independent networking technology that has Cisco talking up battle plans to the enterprise and smaller businesses, announcing this week that its SDN platform was shipping to the U.S. market both directly, and available via Tech Data’s network of resellers. Adara said the rollout would mean the technology would be available to 7,000 businesses, and that more shipments and service-provider availability would follow.
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