Network control company
LINCX, which is written in the Erlang programming language is available now as a free download from the FlowForwarding.org project, and is designed to help drive further awareness and development of open-source SDN applications.
"SDN is positioned to profoundly transform networking," said
"We created LINCX to showcase how the world changes when network control moves to software and is completely separated from the underlying hardware," Bailey continued. "I'm excited to have this opportunity to help keep
"If we can build LINCX in a year with just six people, we know others will soon be able to create SDN applications that are even more interesting. SDN is an open playing field, and I expect there will be many winners among networking incumbents, as well as among future start-ups that today are only a gleam in the eyes of young engineers."
Bailey and his research team developed LINCX, which according to
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