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HP rolls OpenFlow code for its switches

2/2/2012 09:00 PM EST
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Charles Tran
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re: HP rolls OpenFlow code for its switches
Charles Tran   2/2/2012 10:57:03 PM
It is about time for OpenFlow to open up its doors with many potential, starting with data center or enteprise IT. HP, IBM, and NEC have done a great job.

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