Supported by InCNTRE at Indiana University

SDN Lab Testing Services

InCNTRE’s Software Defined Networking Lab is a neutral, third party facility that encourages the development and adoption of standards based Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technologies. 

InCNTRE’s SDN lab offers several types of testing including Conformance and Interoperability testing. Companies may become a member of a testing consortium or purchase ad-hoc services. The OpenFlow Interoperability Consortium is the first and only one at this time.

Companies who become a member of the OpenFlow Interoperability Consortium pay an annual membership fee, giving them access to our leading-edge facility and testing services.  Member benefits include access to our test beds as needed (upon availability) as well as discounted rates for conformance testing.  Any equipment provided as part of your membership will be added to our shared reference test beds.

InCNTRE’s lab staff can design and execute test plans for your company.  Simply send your equipment to our lab and let the InCNTRE staff run tests according to either your predefined testing requirements, our predefined test plans, or a custom test design. 

Our member companies are also encouraged to participate in occasional Interoperability “plugfest” events hosted at Indiana University’s InCNTRE SDN Lab.