Virtual Network

A virtual network is a computer network that consists, at least in part, of virtual network links. A virtual network link is a link that does not consist of a physical (wired or wireless) connection between two computing devices but is implemented using methods of network virtualization.The two most common forms of network virtualization are protocol-based virtual networks, (such as VLANs, VPNs, and VPLSs) and virtual networks that are based on virtual devices (such as the networks connecting virtual machines inside a hypervisor). In practice, both forms can be used in conjunction.Virtual LANs (VLANs) are logical local area networks (LANs) based on physical LANs.
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  • In Apple Pay, Signs of a Digital (Payments) Divide

    ….” It’s a common refrain among technology types. But the belief that Apple Pay will turn the payments industry on its head draws on a long-held assumption in the tech industry that the Internet (the virtual network where no one know you’re a dog) and the physical marketplace (where the bartender already knows your name) live by the same rules. In fact…

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