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1 Towards Enhancing Cyberinfrastructure for Telemedicine in Malaysian Hospitals Through MYREN (Phase 2) Suhaimi Napis Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Director, InfoComm Development Centre (iDEC) Universiti Putra Malaysia Director, E-Research Area, Malaysian Research and Education Network (MYREN) Vice Chair, ASEAN S&T Research and Education Network Alliance (ASTRENA) Director, Natural Resource Area; Co-Chair, Agriculture Working Group, Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN)

2 Outline MYREN Proposed Local and International connectivities
Roll-out plan for Phase 2 Current Situation and Future Outlook

3 Malaysian Research & Education Network (MYREN) Key Components
Dedicated network supporting NREN activities and collaborative research – broadband capacity, video conferencing, linkage to other NRENs Network Infrastructure Central technical coordination – network design, support & operation, helpdesk, network monitoring & management etc Operations Network Human Capital Programme Student placement, technical training series, industry-MYREN joint talks, virtual lectures, seminars 5 Major Components MYREN Research Communities International Partners UM, UKM, UPM, USM, UTM, UUM, MMU, UTP, UiTM, Uniten, UMS, Unimas, TM R&D, Monash etc

4 MYREN Next Phase Long-Term Milestones
Future Phases Transform MYREN into a leading NREN in Asia Pacific Transition MYREN into advanced NREN Successfully created MYREN 2005 2020 2010 2007 Launched March ‘05 14 members connected MYREN NOC successfully operational Collaborative services – e-lecture, teleconsultation, remote interviews, IP streaming, video conferencing Linkage to TEIN2 – 10 Asia Pacific, 33 European, 1 North America NRENs Regionalise MYREN – 5 regional nodes successfully commissioned Self-operated Layer-3 network High capacity network and improved performance for HPC 40 members connected (eg university hospitals) Increase international cooperation through APAN, APECTEL, Pragma, Internet2 etc Testbed environment for advanced application and services testing and deployment All of Malaysia Layer-1 network successfully constructed Expand user communities to schools, hospitals Regional test-bed for new advanced applications

5 Network Infrastructure Current Status Network Infrastructure – Gateway to e-Research communities MYREN NOC, Cyberjaya MYREN WAN Campus Network UTP UPM UKM UITM MMU UNITEN UM UTM UMS UNIMAS National Advanced IPv6 Centre USM MIMOS Grid Computing Centre MDeC Virtual Reality Center 100M MONASH TM R&D 1Gbps UUM ITU CoE “High Performance Centres” 10 Asia Pacific,33 European, 1 North American NRENs

6 Status Update MYREN Research Community
Research Communities MYREN Research Chairman IPv6 A/Prof. Dr Sureswaran IPv6 Security WG IPv6 Routing WG IPv6 Communications WG IPv6 Monitoring WG Knowledge Mgmt Prof. Tengku Mohd T Sembok Knowledge Mgmt WG Information Retrieval WG Multimedia Apps A/Prof. Ewe Hong Tat E-learning WG Virtual reality & Immersive Tech WG Interface Design and Ambient Intelligence (IDAI) Mgmt Science & Tech WG A/Prof. Dr Suhaidi Hassan Accounting Info System BoF E-Supply Chain BoF Decision Modeling BoF Econometrics BoF Network Research Prof. Dr. Borhan Md Ali Software engineering BoF E-Security WG Wireless/WSN WG Routing & NMM WG MYREN NOC Network Quality of Service WG Dr Phang E-Research A/Prof. Dr. Suhaimi Napis e-Culture WG Medical WG Open Source WG Proposed new grouping VLSI/MEMS BoF Automotive CAE BoF Distributive Computing Tech & Design BioMedical Computing BoF High Performance Cyber Design Dr Mamun Reaz Research Area Working Group (WG) Birds of a Feather (BoF)

7 MYREN Next Phase Overall Objective & Priorities of MYREN2
Key Principles and Priorities Increase accessibility to new and potential members by regionalising MYREN connectivity with 4 nodes (Q1 2009) and 2 nodes (Q3 2009) (eg. University hospitals) Support high bandwidth capability scalable up to 1Gigabps at backbone and at least 100Mbps at access layer Support advanced high performance applications in various fields including bio-informatics, micro-electronics design, telemedicine, chemical informatics, engineering etc Flexibility to provision advanced and ‘open source’ applications

8 MYREN Next Phase Overall Objective & Priorities of MYREN2
Key Principles and Priorities 4. Synergies MYREN with many more centres of excellence in Malaysia (specialist centres) 5. Build technical expertise with MYREN NOC and its community members – various test bed projects 6. Boost collaborative research and education activities within MYREN, through the enhancement of MYREN Human Capital programmes

9 Gigabit Ethernet cloud
MYREN2 Network Connectivity: Possible future scenario and connectivities to IHLs, RIs and other agencies UIAM, Kuantan UMP, Kuantan UiTM Jengka Politeknik Kuantan UMT, Kuala Terengganu UDM, Terengganu UMK, Kelantan Kuantan JB UTM, Skudai UTHM, Batu Pahat Monash, JB Branch UiTM Segamat UTEM, Melaka KL Nottingham, KL OUM, Jln Tun Ismail UniKL, Jln Sultan Ismail Twintech, Bdr Seri Dsara FTMS,KL Infotech MARA, KL MACRES, Jln Tun Ismail IMR, Jln Pahang MRB, Jln Ampang UM, PJ UiTM, Shah Alam Monash, Sunway MUST, PJ UTAR, PJ Jabatan Kimia, PJ Jabatan Meterologi, PJ Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, Shah Alam Universiti Industry Selangor (UNISEL) PJ Gigabit Ethernet cloud Cyberjaya Penang UKM, Bangi UPM, Serdang UNITEN, Serdang MMU, Cyberjaya USIM, Nilai LimKokWing, Cyberjaya KLiUC, Serdang UiTM Kuala Pilah CUCMS, Cyberjaya MINT, Bangi ANGKASA, Putrajaya MASTIC, Putrajaya UTP, Tronoh USM, Penang UUM, Sintok UniMAP, Kangar UPSI, Tg Malim AIMST, Sg Petani UiTM, Sg Petani UiTM, Arau UiTM, Permatang Pauh KUIN, Kedah Politeknik Kulim, Jitra, Permatang Pauh, Behrang, Arau, Ipoh Red indicates sponsored member in Phase 1

10 MYREN 2

11 TEIN2 Topology: 45Mbps Connectivity to MYREN

12 TEIN2 Routing IPv4 block: 202.179.240.0/20 IPv6 block: 2001:0254::/32
AS24489 AS24490

13 MYREN2::MOHENET Discussion between various skateholders and ministries to transfer MYREN to Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) as custodian Among issues discussed: Management and Operation MYREN2::MOHENET Disaster Recovery Centre/Business Continuity (Sharing with UPM) VOIP/SIP based Telephony (Sharing with UPM) Video Conferencing (AccessGrid)

14 MYREN::Ministry of Health?
Medical Schools/Faculties connected to their respective teaching hospitals Other public hospitals under the Ministry of Health not connected with high bandwidth MYREN may be the answer but need inter-ministry top-level decision. Medical WGs partners supports needed for promotion and buy-ins

15 TQ 


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