The Cyber Academy Hosts Symposium on Software Defined Architectures and Networks

26/05/2015

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This Symposium, on 27 August 2015, focuses on the next generation of network infrastructures, where devices, networks and data elements are defined as software entities. It is presented as partnership between The Cyber Academy and Hutchinson Networks.

A key focus of the event is to analyse how a range of organisations can be transformed using SDN (Software Defined Networks), including for improved business integration, performance, security and failover, especially to highlight current practice and the future of information infastructures.

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William Buchanan
Director of CDCS
w.buchanan@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2759
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