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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: <![CDATA[ The Global Digital Economy And MetroNets Joe Mambretti, Director, (email@example.com) International Center for Advanced Internet Research (www.icair.org) Director, Metropolitan Research and Education Network (www.mren.org) Partner, StarLight/STAR TAP (www.startap.net/starlight) PI-OMNINet (www.icair.org/omninet) Business Innovation Symposium Notre Dame University May 27, 2004 ]]>Slide2: <![CDATA[ Creation and Early Implementation of Advanced Networking Technologies - The Next Generation Internet All Optical Networks, Terascale Networks Advanced Applications, Middleware and Metasystems, Large-Scale Infrastructure, NG Optical Networks and Testbeds, Public Policy Studies and Forums Related to NG Networks Accelerating Leading Edge Innovation and Enhanced Global Communications through Advanced Internet Technologies, in Partnership with the Global Community Introduction to iCAIR:]]>Slide3: <![CDATA]>Slide4: <![CDATA[ Appropriate Policy -19th Century vs 21st Century Policies – or Even 11th Century vs 21st Century Many Current Policies Mandate “Digital Toll Roads” Importance of the Digital Economy Measured Via BEA Metrics for Technology Contributions to Economy As Much as 14% Increase in GDP Noted Growth in Contributions Digital Services As Scare Resources Carefully Rationed and Highly Regulated vs Inexpensive and Ubiquitous There are No “Telephone Companies” in the Future End of Traditional Telcos – 7% Infra Cost (50% Billing) AV = 4% Digital Traffic Utility Models – Inter State Highways, Airports MetroNet Themes]]>Metros As International Nexus Points: <![CDATA[ Metros As International Nexus Points Prototype Global Lambda Grid Optical Metro Europe Tokyo APAN AP Metro2 CA*net4 Miami to South Am? CalTech CERN DataTAG Amsterdam NetherLight StarLight NCSA SDSC CSW ASW Cluster OFA I-WIRE TeraGrid ANL UKLight UKLight AMPATH ]]>iGrid 2000 Germany and Singapore: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Germany and Singapore MediaZineA Combination of Television, WWW, Telecommunications and 3D Computer Graphics Fraunhofer Institute Graphische Datenverarbeitung (IGD), Germany Centre for Advanced Media Technology (CAM Tech), Singapore An interactive multimedia magazine, including text, images, live-audio, live-video, animations, 3D computer graphics and embedded electronic commerce and communication functions. www.igd.fhg.de/igd-a9/research/cve/]]>Slide7: <![CDATA[ CAVERNsoft: Car Interiors VisualEyes worldwide General Motors Research and Hughes Research Labs Source DeFanti]]>iGrid 2000Japan: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan Haptic Collaboration in a Networked Virtual Environment Gifu MVL Research Center, Telecommunications Advancement Organization (TAO), Japan University of Tokyo, Japan A demonstration of wearable haptic gear (touch and force) communication, as well as visual communication, between the CAVE at iGrid 2000 and CABIN at the University of Tokyo. www.cyber.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp/mvl2/ VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Germany, USA, Japan and UK: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Germany, USA, Japan and UK Distributed Simulation Analysis Sandia National Laboratories, USA High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), Germany Thanks to the Computer Services for Academic Research Centre (Manchester, UK), the Centre of Virtual Environments at University of Salford (UK), Tsukuba Advanced Computing Center (Japan) and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (USA) for additional supercomputing resources. www.cs.sandia.gov/ilab www.cs.sandia.gov/ilab/news/SuperComp98/iGrid/index.htm www.hlrs.de www.hlrs.de/news/events/2000/iGrid/ This application emphasizes distributed parallel supercomputing and a collaborative virtual-reality computation steering environment applied to Grand Challenge problems. VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Greece and the USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Greece and the USA Shared Miletus Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Foundation for the Hellenic World, Greece Thanks to UIC for providing computing and networking resources. This Cultural Heritage demonstration takes visitors on a shared virtual voyage through the ancient Greek city of Miletus as it existed 2000 years ago. www.evl.uic.edu/pape/projects/iGrid-Miletus/ www.fhw.gr http://fhw.aec.at VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Japan: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan Digital Cinema 2000: Super High Definition Digital Movie Communication System NTT, Japan NTT’s digital movie system using SHD images transmits extra-high-quality, digital, full-color movies of 2048x2048 pixel resolution at 24 or 60 Hz using 155/622 Mbps ATM transmission systems. www.onlab.ntt.co.jp/en/mn/shd ]]>iGrid 2000Japan: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan Video Avatar Communication in a Networked Virtual Environment MVL Research Center, Telecommunications Advancement Organization (TAO), Japan University of Tokyo, Japan Gifu Technoplaza Video avatars communicate among the CAVE at iGrid 2000, CABIN at the University of Tokyo and COSMOS at the Gifu Technoplaza. http://green.iml.u-tokyo.ac.jp/mvl/avatar/ VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Japan and the USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan and the USA Cultural Heritage in Virtual Reality Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), USA Advanced Technology Center, University of Missouri, USA University of Tokyo, Japan Telecommunications Advancement Organization (TAO), Japan NTT, Japan Nippon Hosou Kyokai (NHK), Japan English Department, UIC, USA Using Cultural Heritage as an application driver, the goal of the Networked Virtual Environments Collaborative Trans-Oceanic Research (N*VECTOR) project is to link EVL’s CAVE and Tokyo’s CABIN in order to better understand the requirements of multiple media flows among sophisticated virtual-reality displays over great distances. www.evl.uic.edu/cavern/lara VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Japan and the USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan and the USA Data and Information Access Link (DIAL) NASA ESDIS/RITSS, USA NASA GSFC, USA NASDA, Japan National Space Development Agency (NASDA)/RESTEC, Japan Jeff Smith, NASA EOS, USA DIAL is a web-based distributed system to search, access and visualize satellite remote sensing data for Global Change research. In collaboration with NASDA and other institutions, NASA has DIAL servers set up to distribute satellite remote sensing data. NASA and NASDA also collaborate on the Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission (TRMM); 3D data is transferred from NASA to NASDA using TransPAC/APAN, processed and visualized for the web. http://dial.gsfc.nasa.gov http://dial.eoc.nasda.go.jp ]]>iGrid 2000Japan and USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Japan and USA High Speed Networking with Subaru Telescope in Hawaii University of Tokyo, Japan National Astronomical Observatory of Japan University of Hawaii APAN/KDD Laboratories AT&T The Subaru Telescope in Hawaii is connected via a high-speed link to the INET 2000/ iGrid 2000 conference site in Yokohama, and high-definition astronomical images are quickly retrieved and downloaded. Real-time interactive classes and discussions with researchers also take place between Hawaii and Yokohama using high-quality multimedia communication tools. www.naoj.org]]>iGrid 2000The Netherlands and USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 The Netherlands and USA ALIVE: Architectural Linked Immersive Environment Academic Computing Services Amsterdam (SARA), The Netherlands Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA ALIVE is used to evaluate the usability of collaborative virtual reality for architectural design. The ALIVE project started February 1999 at SARA in cooperation with EVL and OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture). In February 1998, Rem Koolhaas won the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation International Design Competition for the new Campus Center at Illinois Institute of Technology’s historic Mies van der Rohe campus www.sara.nl www.archfonds.nl www.iit.edu/departments/pr/masterplan/mccortribucamcen.html VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000Taiwan and Germany: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Taiwan and Germany A Virtual GIS-Based 3D Hydrodynamic Model of Tamshui River National Center for High-Performance Computing, Taiwan Brandenburg University of Technology at Cottbus, Germany Due to the dense population and rapid economic development of the Tamshui River, the largest estuarine system of the island, Taiwan is studying the river’s hydrodynamic and water quality. Dirty water, air, soil and mudslides pose a threat to public health, causing deaths and property losses during the seasons of typhoon and heavy rain. Tele-immersion tools enable researchers to visualize and analyze the computed results. http://126.96.36.199/Tamshui/ www.nchc.gov.tw/RESEARCH/taiger/taiger/Welcome.html www.bauinf.tu-cottbus.de/taiger VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 USA Access Grid Argonne National Laboratory, USA The Access Grid is the ensemble of resources used to support group-to-group human interaction across the grid. It consists of large-format multimedia projective displays, presentation and interactive software environments, interfaces to grid middleware, and interfaces to remote visualization environments. The Access Grid is designed to support large-scale distributed meetings, collaborative teamwork sessions, seminars, lectures, tutorials and training. www.mcs.anl.gov/fl/accessgrid ]]>iGrid 2000USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 USA Argus: Controlling Real- Time Imaging Sensors from a Virtual Environment Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA ECE, UIUC, USA Computer Science, UIUC, USA This project streams 2D and 3D images from Argus, a room surrounded with cameras, into the CAVE using Crumbs volumetric rendering software. The project explores tradeoffs between sending 3D data volumes versus low-bandwidth, low-latency stereo pairs. This demonstration showcases how parallel video acquisition lends itself to viewing 3D scenes in different time zones. www.phs.uiuc.edu/Projects/Argus/ http://mayflower.isl.uiuc.edu/big.projects.crumbs.html Argus consists of 64 optical cameras imaging a 14-foot diameter, 8-foot tall cylindrical volume. A 32-node Beowulf Linux cluster controls the camera array and performs image-processing algorithms. Argus delivers two kinds of data: full 3D data volumes (128 points per side; 2-8 volumes per second) and stereo image pairs for any viewpoint in the cylindrical volume. VR]]>iGrid 2000The Netherlands and USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 The Netherlands and USA ALIVE: Architectural Linked Immersive Environment Academic Computing Services Amsterdam (SARA), The Netherlands Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA ALIVE is used to evaluate the usability of collaborative virtual reality for architectural design. The ALIVE project started February 1999 at SARA in cooperation with EVL and OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture). In February 1998, Rem Koolhaas won the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation International Design Competition for the new Campus Center at Illinois Institute of Technology’s historic Mies van der Rohe campus www.sara.nl www.archfonds.nl www.iit.edu/departments/pr/masterplan/mccortribucamcen.html VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000USA: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 USA TIDE: The Tele-Immersive Data Explorer Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA National Center for Data Mining, University of Illinois at Chicago TIDE is a CAVERNsoft-based collaborative, immersive environment for querying and visualizing data from massive and distributed datastores. www.evl.uic.edu/cavern www.ncdm.uic.edu VR Tele- Immersive]]>iGrid 2000 Singapore: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000 Singapore Human Anatomy Lecture-on-Demand National University of Singapore The NUS Integrated Virtual Learning Environment enables staff and students to communicate, exchange information, discuss and access custom learning materials and course-related web sites. www.cit.nus.edu.sg/proj.htm http://ivle.nus.edu.sg “Lecture-on-Demand” (LoD) delivery makes students assume more responsibility, and provides greater flexibility, in learning. A prototype anatomy LoD, “The Abdominal Wall and Inguinal Canal,” is demonstrated. ]]>Cultural Heritage — Silk Road Cave Shrines: <![CDATA[ Cultural Heritage — Silk Road Cave Shrines Northwestern University and University of Illinois at Chicago (USA); Mogoa Grottoes of Dunhuang in western China]]>iGrid 2000: USA, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Netherlands, Sweden, CERN, Spain, Mexico, Korea: <![CDATA[ iGrid 2000: USA, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Netherlands, Sweden, CERN, Spain, Mexico, Korea GiDVN: Global Internet Digital Video Network Digital Video Working Group, Coordinating Committee for International Research Networks CERN, Switzerland APAN, Japan; KDD, Japan APAN-KR, Korea; Seoul National University, Korea SURFnet, The Netherlands DFSCA-UNAM, Mexico SingAREN, Singapore Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Int’l Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR), Northwestern, USA GiDVN projects are enhancing media capabilities for the next-generation Internet, enabling new applications to interoperate throughout the world. www.icair.org/inet2000 ]]>The Move to Data-Intensive Science & Engineering-e-Science Community Resources: <![CDATA[ The Move to Data-Intensive Science & Engineering-e-Science Community Resources ATLAS LHC Source: Larry Smarr]]>Cees’ Classes of Users: C-class will Break the Best-Efforts Networks: <![CDATA[ Cees’ Classes of Users: C-class will Break the Best-Efforts Networks DSL GigE LAN Source: Cees de Laat, UvA Number of users Bandwidth consumed ]]>Light vs Routing: <![CDATA[ Light vs Routing Lightpath Channels Within Fiber]]>Slide28: <![CDATA[ Lightwave Networking Production1(Common) Production2 (Advanced) Experimental1(General) Experimental2 (Specialized) Basic Research Eg, Experimental2 Could Be Provisioned From Remote Instruments In Other Countries Directly to University Labs – Finally, Separate Networks On the Same Infrastructure!]]>Slide29: <![CDATA[ Prototyping The Global Lambda Grid in Chicago: A Photonic-Switched Experimental Network of Light Paths l2 l1]]>Slide30: <![CDATA[ C O N T R O L P L A N E Clusters Dynamically Allocated Lightpaths Switch Fabrics Physical Monitoring Apps Multi-leveled Architecture NEW! ]]>The Metro Chicago OMNInet Testbed is at StarLight: <![CDATA[ 8x8x8l Scalable photonic switch Trunk side – 10 G WDM OFA on all trunks The Metro Chicago OMNInet Testbed is at StarLight 10 GE 10 GE To Ca*Net 4 StarLight Photonic Node DataCom Ctr Photonic Node EVL UIC iCAIR, Northwestern Photonic Node 10/100/ GIGE 10/100/ GIGE 10/100/ GIGE 10/100/ GIGE 10 GE Optera 5200 10Gb/s TSPR Photonic Node l 4 PP 8600 10 GE PP 8600 PP 8600 2 3 4 1 l l l l l l l 2 3 1 10 GE 10 GE 10 GE 10 GE PP 8600 Fiber … CAMPUS FIBER (16) EVL/UIC OM5200 LAC/UIC OM5200 CAMPUS FIBER (4) INITIAL CONFIG: 10 LAMBDA (all GIGE) 10GE LAN PHY (Dec 03) TECH/NU-E OM5200 CAMPUS FIBER (4) INITIAL CONFIG: 10 LAMBDAS (ALL GIGE) Optera Metro 5200 OFA NWUEN-1 NWUEN-5 NWUEN-6 NWUEN-2 NWUEN-3 NWUEN-4 NWUEN-8 NWUEN-9 NWUEN-7 DOT Grid Clusters Research Partnership: Nortel, SBC, iCAIR, EVL, ANL OMNInet is a SONET-Free Zone]]>Slide32: <![CDATA]>New Phase of ETF Connected via StarLight: <![CDATA[ New Phase of ETF Connected via StarLight www.teragrid.org Source: TeraGrid]]>20 TF Linux TeraGrid: <![CDATA[ 20 TF Linux TeraGrid 32 32 5 32 32 5 Router or Switch/Router Fibre Channel Switch HPSS HPSS ESnet HSCC MREN/Abilene Starlight 10 GbE 16 quad-processor McKinley Servers (64p @ 4GF, 8GB memory/server) NCSA 500 Nodes 8 TF, 4 TB Memory 240 TB disk SDSC 256 Nodes 4.1 TF, 2 TB Memory 225 TB disk Caltech 32 Nodes 0.5 TF 0.4 TB Memory 86 TB disk Argonne 64 Nodes 1 TF 0.25 TB Memory 25 TB disk IA-32 nodes 4 Juniper M160 OC-12 OC-48 OC-12 574p IA-32 Chiba City 128p Origin HR Display & VR Facilities = 64x Myrinet = 32x FibreChannel = 8x FibreChannel Juniper M40 1176p IBM SP Blue Horizon OC-48 NTON 32 24 8 32 24 8 4 4 Sun E10K 4 1500p Origin UniTree 1024p IA-32 320p IA-64 2 14 8 Juniper M40 vBNS Abilene Calren ESnet OC-12 OC-12 OC-12 OC-3 8 Sun Starcat 16 GbE = 32x Myrinet HPSS 256p HP X-Class 128p HP V2500 92p IA-32 24 Extreme Black Diamond 32 quad-processor McKinley Servers (128p @ 4GF, 12GB memory/server) OC-12 ATM Calren 2 2 Source: Rick Stevens 12/2001]]>Illinois’ I-WIRE:Distributed Cluster Computing: <![CDATA[ Illinois’ I-WIRE: Distributed Cluster Computing Research Areas Displays/VR Collaboration Rendering Applications Data Mining Source: Charlie Catlett]]>StarLight: a Huge 1 Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Exchange: <![CDATA[ StarLight: a Huge 1 Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Exchange Abbott Hall, Northwestern University’s Chicago downtown campus StarLight hosts electronic switching and routing for United States National and International Research and Education networks As of November 2003, StarLight is now also optically switching wavelengths between Chicago and Amsterdam]]>Slide37: <![CDATA[ European lambdas to US –10Gb Amsterdam—Chicago –10Gb London—Chicago –10Gb CERN — Chicago Canadian lambdas to US –10Gb Chicago-Canada-NYC –10Gb Chicago-Canada-Seattle US lambda to Europe –5Gb Chicago—Amsterdam US/Japan lambda –2.5Gb Chicago—Tokyo European lambdas –10Gb Amsterdam—CERN –2.5Gb Prague—Amsterdam –2.5Gb Stockholm—Amsterdam –10Gb London—Amsterdam IEEAF lambdas (blue) –10Gb NYC—Amsterdam –10Gb Seattle—Tokyo TransLight Int’l Lambdas NorthernLight UKLight CERN Czech Light SunLight Pacific NW GigaPOP MANLAN]]>CA*net4 has 2x10Gb and Equipment at StarLight: <![CDATA[ CA*net4 has 2x10Gb and Equipment at StarLight Source: CANARIE]]>SURFnet6: <![CDATA[ SURFnet6 15 PoPs connected by thirty 10 Gbit/s lambdas Dual stack IPv4 and IPv6 500,000 users 84+ institutes connected at Gbit/s level ]]>Slide40: <![CDATA[ SuperJANET R&D Network GEANT UKLightLondon StarLight Chicago NetherLight Amsterdam CERN CzechLight Local Research Equipment International Point-of-Access CA*net Abilene UKLight is at StarLight with 10Gb and Equipment 10Gb/s 10Gb/s 10Gb/s 10Gb/s 10Gb/s 2.5Gb/s Source: Peter Clarke, David Salmon, UKLight]]>Slide41: <![CDATA[ StarLight Source: APAN, StarLight]]>Slide42: <![CDATA]>Slide43: <![CDATA]>Proposed OptIPuter Dedicated Optical Fiber National-Scale Experimental Network: <![CDATA[ Proposed OptIPuter Dedicated Optical Fiber National-Scale Experimental Network Source: John Silvester, Dave Reese, Tom West-CENIC “National Lambda Rail”]]>Slide45: <![CDATA]>TeraGrid has 10x10Gb over I-WIRE and Equipment at StarLight : <![CDATA[ TeraGrid has 10x10Gb over I-WIRE and Equipment at StarLight NCSA/UIUC ANL UIC Starlight / NW Univ Multiple Carrier Hubs Ill Inst of Tech Univ of Chicago I-WIRE StarLight International Optical Peering Point (see www.startap.net) Los Angeles San Diego TeraGrid Backbone Abilene Chicago Urbana OC-48 (2.5 Gb/s, Abilene) Multiple 10 GbE (Qwest) Multiple 10 GbE (I-WIRE Dark Fiber) $7.5M Illinois DWDM Initiative Pittsburgh Source: Dan Reed]]>DOE’s “UltraNet” is coming to StarLight: <![CDATA[ DOE’s “UltraNet” is coming to StarLight http://www.csm.ornl.gov/ultranet/topology.html Source DOE]]>DOE’s ESnet Connects Facilities and Collaborators at StarLight: <![CDATA[ Japan International (high speed) OC192 (10G/s optical) OC48 (2.5 Gb/s optical) Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gb/s) OC12 ATM (622 Mb/s) OC12 OC3 (155 Mb/s) T3 (45 Mb/s) T1-T3 T1 (1 Mb/s) QWEST ATM 42 end user sites ESnet IP GEANT - Germany - France - Italy - UK - etc CA*net4 CERN MREN Netherlands Russia StarTap Taiwan (ASCC) CA*net4 KDDI (Japan) France Switzerland Taiwan (TANet2) Australia CA*net4 Taiwan (TANet2) Singaren DOE’s ESnet Connects Facilities and Collaborators at StarLight Sinet (Japan) Japan – Russia(BINP) Source: DOE]]>Slide49: <![CDATA[ ARC/NGIX-West JPL GRC MSFC NGIX-StarLight GSFC NPN Sites OC-3 ATM NREN Sites OC-12ATM Hybrid Ground Station (35 Mbps) NGIX-East NASA WAN Testbed: NASA Research and Education Network (NREN) NASA Prototyping Network (NPN) NASA’s NREN Network Testbed comes to StarLight Source: NASA]]>NASA’s NISN is at StarLight : <![CDATA[ NGIX West New Generation IP Connections to West Coast Regional networks, Tier 1 ISP networks, the PacRim, Japan, and Australia MAE West Most Important IP Connections to West Coast Regional networks, Tier 1 ISP networks, the PacRim, Japan, and Australia Commercial Ameritech NAP Starlight Most Important Connections to Mid-West & SouthEast Regional networks, Tier 1 ISP networks NGIX East New Generation IP Connections to East Coast Regional networks, Tier 1 ISP networks, and Europe MAE East Most Important Connections to East Coast Regional networks, Tier 1 ISP networks, and Europe NASA’s NISN is at StarLight Source: NASA]]>Slide51: <![CDATA[ An Advanced Network for Advanced Applications Designed in 1993; Initial Production in 1994, Managed at L2 & L3 Created by Consortium of Research Organizations -- over 20 Partner to STAR TAP/StarLight, I-WIRE, NGI and R&E Net Initiatives, Grid and Globus Initiatives etc. Model for Next Generation Internets Developed World’s First GigaPOP Next – the “Optical MREN” Soon - Optical ‘TeraPOP’ Services ]]>Slide52: <![CDATA[ Source: Linda Winkler +CANARIE, CERN, SURFnet, APAN, SingAREN, + Fed Nets + State Nets, EREN etc. Purdue!]]>Slide53: <![CDATA]>Volume 19, Number 6August 2003Special Issue on iGrid 2002 September 24-26, 2002 Amsterdam, The Netherlands22 RefereedApplication Papers!Guest Editors Tom DeFanti, Maxine Brown and Cees de Laat: <![CDATA[ Volume 19, Number 6 August 2003 Special Issue on iGrid 2002 September 24-26, 2002 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 22 Refereed Application Papers! Guest Editors Tom DeFanti, Maxine Brown and Cees de Laat Future Generation Computer Systems (FGCS) http://www.igrid2002.org http://www.elsevier.com/locate/future]]>Communications of the ACM (CACM): <![CDATA[ Communications of the ACM (CACM) Volume 46, Number 11 November 2003 Special issue: Blueprint for the Future of High-Performance Networking www.acm.org/cacm Introduction, Maxine Brown (guest editor) TransLight: a global-scale LambdaGrid for e-science, Tom DeFanti, Cees de Laat, Joe Mambretti, Kees Neggers, Bill St. Arnaud Transport protocols for high performance, Aaron Falk, Ted Faber, Joseph Bannister, Andrew Chien, Bob Grossman, Jason Leigh Data integration in a bandwidth-rich world, Ian Foster, Robert Grossman The OptIPuter, Larry Smarr, Andrew Chien, Tom DeFanti, Jason Leigh, Philip Papadopoulos Data-intensive e-science frontier research, Harvey Newman, Mark Ellisman, John Orcutt]]>Further Information: <![CDATA[ Further Information www.startap.net/starlight www.evl.uic.edu www.icair.org www.mren.org www.canarie.ca www.anl.gov www.surfnet.nl www.globalgridforum.org www.globus.org www.ietf.org www.ngi.gov Ed by Foster & Kesselmann]]> You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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