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The hardware-defined network is still around, but a software-defined switch is coming. Your next switch will include SDN features and will also need to be application-aware and integrated with robust security strategies. This handbook covers everything pros must know now about the software-defined switch of the near future.  Access >>>

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  • Your next switch
  • Virtual chassis, stacked switches
  • Wireless and wired

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