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Cavium, Freescale roll embedded processors

2/8/2012 06:06 AM EST
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re: Cavium, Freescale roll embedded processors
rick merritt   2/8/2012 3:38:21 PM
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Click through for details. Basically it defines a separate control plane that via software can be program functions on a network currently handled with a variety of separate protocols and systems.

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t.alex   2/8/2012 3:13:48 PM
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Openflow is a hardware or software standard?

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