Software-Defined Networks

November 2014

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As cloud computing's second wave begins to transform the networking industry, a snapshot of developments in software-defined networking standardization suggests how its components — devices, controllers, applications, service chains, network function virtualization, and interfaces — are maturing. Read Full Article »

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Attracting and Retaining Women in Computing

Attracting and Retaining Women in Computing

The National Center for Women & Information Technology is helping institutions and businesses increase the number of women in computing majors and the tech workforce. Read full article »

Nii Quaynor: Bringing the Internet to Africa

Nii Quaynor: Bringing the Internet to Africa

In the latest installment of Computing Conversations, Nii Quaynor tells Charles Severance the story of bringing the Internet to Africa — it's a story of cooperation and collaboration for the common good.
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