The test-bed is fully equipped with advanced quality technology
The Centre for Networked Intelligence has inaugurated its latest networking lab housed in the electrical communication engineering department at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru.
The networking lab was inaugurated by Krishna Sundaresan, vice-president, engineering, Cisco India & SAARC.
The lab has been set up in collaboration with Cisco and has a network test-bed that will enable students and researchers to develop algorithms, applications and experiments in emerging sectors in communication and computer networking like software-defined networking, network function virtualisation, and network slicing, according to an IISc statement.
The test-bed is fully equipped with advanced quality technology such as network control and analytics platforms (Cisco DNAC centre), wireless controller, enterprise switches and routers, WiFi-6 access points and an identity management suite.
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