Review: Netsocket Gives MSPs Virtual Edge

Netsocket SDN 

Commoditization of servers, routers and switches has left some VARs scrambling to find an edge. But for managed service providers willing to embrace software-defined networking, the phenomenon may have given them one. Released in February, Netsocket Virtual Edge is the virtualized routing portion of a solution that can replace a small palette of edge hardware with a small 8-port switch and paperback-sized server. Virtual Edge is the latest cog in the SDN platform developed and implemented by Netsocket, a network-function virtualization company based in Plano, Texas. The CRN Test Center took the new solution for a test drive. 

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