Software-defined networking could drive efficiencies for wireless operators

Tammy Parker, FierceBroadbandWirelessSoftware-defined networking (SDN) is still arguably a nascent concept, but wireless operators, which touted the concept during the Mobile World Congress show in February, are seeing that it could help them to quickly deploy more bandwidth or applications in an on-demand fashion. Tammy Parker, editor of FierceBroadbandWireless, addresses the various iterations of SDN and how it can be applied to the broader service provider network industry. Read more

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