Complexity isn't always bad. You want your wine to be complex, right? And your mystery novels. But when it comes to your network, complexity is bad. Your network is convoluted enough as it is. You're trying to design next generation networks based on thirty-year-old protocols. That's like trying to put a jet engine on an '81 Honda. You're also locked into one hardware vendor. What if you weren't bound by the constraints of your hardware? What kind of networks would you design if you could start from scratch? Our challenge: To show you how the OpenFlow standard liberates your network from your hardware, paving the way for NEC's Programmable Flow to put you in control so that you can have the network you want instead of the one you're stuck with.

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