NYU Open Networking Lab serves as testing site for software infrastructure
NEW YORK CITY — New York University, in collaboration with the Open Networking User Group (ONUG), announced the formation of the NYU Open Networking Lab. The new lab aims to provide a state-of-the-art testing environment for members of the ONUG Community to explore research-driven solutions addressing existing and emerging problems faced by the software-defined infrastructure community.
“We see the Open Networking Lab as another means through which ONUG can drive the industry transition to software-managed infrastructure,” said Nick Lippis, co-chairman and co-founder of ONUG. “This collaboration with NYU furthers our commitment to encouraging, and now enabling, ground-breaking developments in open infrastructures and provides the community with a vehicle for SDN market development.”