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Software-Defined Networks and the Maturing of the Internet

The genius of the pioneers of the Internet was to keep the network of links and routers – the “plumbing” – dumb and minimal, placing as much of the intelligence as possible in the computers at the edge. Our computers at the edges could be upgraded over time to add new features – such as congestion control and security – without having to change the network. A streamlined network could…