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Join Symantec at the Light Reading SDN Symposium - The Future of Software-Defined Networking - February 5, 2013

Created: 16 Jan 2013
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The traditional network architecture for carriers is under a fundamental change to meet the requirements of today's enterprises and end users. Industry standards that are aimed at simplifying and driving costs out of traditional networks are being driven by the need to be competitive and cost effective. Recently an industry led initiative called the Open Network Foundation (ONF) is leading an effort to do just that. They are working on an architecture called Software Defined Networks (SDN) that is transforming the network architecture of the future. This architecture is squarely targeted at taking the current inefficiencies of proprietary networks and improve costs, automation and innovation while improving control, reliability and security.   Symantec has a number of solutions that play a significant role in how SDN is deployed.  Key areas include: 

  • Security
  • Availability
  • Virtualization 
  • Recovery

Symantec invites you to attend a Light Reading online symposium, The Future of Software-Defined Networking, on February 5, 2013 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm.  This symposium is targeted at hearing from industry experts on how SDN will be deployed and used to achieve these goals. You will hear about:

  • Carrier infrastructure
  • Optical networks
  • Cloud-based services
  • Application Delivery

Symantec’s Chip Epps, Principal Security Product Management, will speak about our insights around security, availability, virtualization and recovery. You will also hear from carriers, application providers and analysts on their insights about SDN. This will provide excellent industry insight for anyone that is concerned about deploying next generation networks.  We hope you will join us.  

Event Details:
Light Reading Online Symposium – The Future of Software-Defined Networking
February 5, 2013 – 10:00 am-2:00 pm
REGISTER HERE