Criterion Updates On-Demand SDN/NFV Platform

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Criterion Networks has updated its on-demand platform designed to help enterprises and service providers deploy software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) architectures in their networks.To help organizations get started in doing that, Criterion says its SDCloud Enterprise offering can spin up SDN/NFV solution environments of their choosing for development, evaluation and learning."With considerable interest around CORD, CiTC provides an excellent base platform to build on more complex use cases like mobile CORD (M-CORD)," the company said in a news release yesterday.

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