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OpenFlow appears in NewScientist Magazine

July 1st, 2009, Masa in OpenFlow Blog

OpenFlow was mentioned in an article titled “Building a crash-proof internet” which recently appeared in NewScientist magazine (pp.38-41, no. 2714, June 2009). The article describes the motivations for building large-scale, programmable, realistic testbeds and the NSF’s GENI project. OpenFlow is introduced as a practical platform to accelerate this effort.

The article is online here.


Updated: OpenFlow in Computerworld

October 30th, 2008, Guido Appenzeller in OpenFlow Blog

Tim Greene from Computerworld has a very nice article about OpenFlow, vendors that have implemented it and the demo at the GENI Engineering Conference. It is also up on Networkworld.

The GENI Demo just happened a few minutes ago, and it safe to say it was a huge success. We demostrated both virtual machine mobility as well as arbitrary flow routing. More exciting updates on OpenFlow coming soon.

Update: International coverage of OpenFlow in Japanese, Portuguese, Italias, Spanish, Polish and Swedish after the jump.

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GEC Demo, OpenFlow Press Release

October 28th, 2008, Guido Appenzeller in OpenFlow Blog

We are getting ready for the OpenFlow demo at the Geni Engineering Conference 3. We had a first dry run yesterday which by and large went fine. Stanford also today did a press release on OpenFlow and the GEC Demo. Full text after the jump.

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