InCNTRE co-hosts first international PlugFest

The Beijing Internet Institute joined the Indiana Center for Network Translational Research (InCNTRE) to host the first international PlugFest this May. PlugFests are held every six months, and help network engineers ensure that software-defined networking (SDN) protocols work with vendor products. Protocols like OpenFlow were developed to simplify networking, and IU was one of the first universities to deploy it on a network. We remain the leading facility for third party interoperability testing and training to advance development and commercial adoption of SDN technologies.

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