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ESnet: Using Software to Better Define Network Functionality

Tracing its roots back to the days of dial-up modems in the 1970s, ESnet has consistently worked to make the network faster and more robust. Typically this has been done by taking advantage of new data transfer technologies and upgraded hardware. But with the emergence of software-defined networking over the past decade, ESnet is pioneering new possibilities for automatable networking in real time. More>

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