Presentation on theme: "University of Illinois at Chicago Toward Terabits: Exploiting Network Speeds Faster than the Computers Attached to Them University of Illinois at Chicago/Northwestern."— Presentation transcript:
University of Illinois at Chicago Toward Terabits: Exploiting Network Speeds Faster than the Computers Attached to Them University of Illinois at Chicago/Northwestern University Proposed Research Infrastructure Tom DeFanti, UIC, PI Bob Grossman, Jason Leigh, Pete Nelson, Maxine Brown, UIC co-Pis Valerie Taylor, Joe Mambretti, NU co-PIs
University of Illinois at Chicago September, 2002, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Grid 2 oo 2 www.startap.net/igrid2002 University of Illinois at Chicago and Indiana University in collaboration with The GigaPort Project and SURFnet5 of The Netherlands Grid-Intensive Application Control of Lambda- Switched Networks i Maxine Brown STAR TAP/StarLight co-Principal Investigator Associate Director, Electronic Visualization Laboratory A showcase of applications that are “early adopters” of very high bandwidth national and international networks Coming…..
University of Illinois at Chicago iGrid 2002 (proposed) September 2002, Amsterdam Science and Technology Centre Trans-Atlantic Real-Time Simulation Steering and High- Resolution Collaborative Visualization Over Optical Networks Vrije Universiteit Electronic Visualization Laboratory, UIC www.cs.vu.nl/~renambot/vr/html/intro.htm
University of Illinois at Chicago iGrid 2002 (proposed) September 2002, Amsterdam Science and Technology Centre Visual Tera Mining Laboratory for Advanced Computing, UIC Electronic Visualization Laboratory, UIC Visualize multiples of gigabytes of data in near real time. www.evl.uic.edu/cavern
University of Illinois at Chicago iGrid 2002 (proposed) September 2002, Amsterdam Science and Technology Centre TeraVision: Visualization Streaming over Optical Networks SARA and Vrije University Electronic Visualization Laboratory, UIC TeraVision will demonstrate tiled cluster-to-cluster graphics streaming. This image, from SC’99, depicts the University of Minnesota’s PowerWall running an interactive collaboration developed by UIC and the US DoE ASCI project. www.evl.uic.edu/cavern Stream pre-rendered high- resolution graphics from EVL to SARA to see Gigabit-level graphics streaming between continents.
University of Illinois at Chicago iGrid 2002 (proposed) September 2002, Amsterdam Science and Technology Centre Terra Wide Data Mining Testbed (TWDM) Laboratory for Advanced Computing, UIC Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada Imperial College, London, UK SARA, The Netherlands The Terra Mining Testbed (TMTB) uses high-performance clusters linked by wide-area high-performance networks to provide the data and compute services required. www.lac.uic.edu
University of Illinois at Chicago iGrid 2002 (proposed) September 2002, Amsterdam Science and Technology Centre Others –Wavelength Disk Drives (WDD) and NetRAM (Canada, USA) –Storage Wide Area Network, SDSC/NCSA –EU DataGrid and DataTAG (UK, CERN, USA) –Astronomy/Radio Telescopes (Japan, USA) –Molecular Biology (USA, Sweden)
University of Illinois at Chicago StarLight Located in Northwestern’s Downtown Campus Dark Fiber to UIC Carrier POPs Chicago NAP NU UIC
University of Illinois at Chicago Prototyping The Global Lambda Grid Now in Chicago: A Photonic-Switched Experimental Network of Light Paths
University of Illinois at Chicago CONTROLPLANECONTROLPLANE Clusters Dynamically Allocated Lightpaths Switch Fabrics Physical Monitoring Apps Multi-leveled Architecture NEW!
University of Illinois at Chicago Tokyo APAN Hawaii?? CA*net4 Other (DoE, AmPATH) CalTech Amsterdam NetherLight CERN DataTAG StarLight NCSA SDSC Campus SW Aggregation SW Cluster Optical Fiber Amp I-WIRE TeraGrid Global Scale Backplane
University of Illinois at Chicago Toward Terabits: Proposed RI Development Schedule Legend TNVTeraNode Visualization Cluster TNDTeraNode Data Mining Cluster TNCTeraNode Computing Cluster EVLElectronic Visualization Laboratory, 842 W. Taylor St. UIC East Campus LACLaboratory for Advanced Computing, 851 S. Morgan St. UIC East Campus (next door to EVL) UICAcademic Computer Center, UIC West Campus, 3 fiber miles from EVL and LAC NUNorthwestern University, Evanston Campus, ~ 20 miles north of Chicago StarLightInternational next-generation optical exchange (NGOX), at 710 N. Lake Shore Drive, part of NU’s Chicago campus UIC-owned fiber I-WIRE-owned fiber
University of Illinois at Chicago StarLightUIC Toward Terabits: Proposed Chicago Development Schedule Year 0: September 2001-August 2002 EVL 6509 10GbE10Gb LAC 1GigE TND1 TNV1 6509 TNDSmall TND1 clusters at LAC and StarLight TNVTNV1 clusters at EVL and StarLight TNCSmall TNC1 clusters at EVL and StarLight (not shown in diagrams) NetwkCisco 6509s with 10GigE DWDM I-WIREStarLight to Qwest fiber (18 pair); TeraGrid/MREN to StarLight; Abilene to Starlight (other funding) K-6EVL VR displays deployed Int’lAmsterdam clusters OC-48→2x1GigE (other funding)
University of Illinois at Chicago LAC UICStarLight EVL 10Gb TND2 6509 DWDM TNV1TND2 6509 DWDM TNV1 6509 Toward Terabits: Proposed Chicago Development Schedule Year 1: September 2002-August 2003 TND(2) TND2s at LAC and StarLight NetwkCisco 6509 w/ 10GigE for LAC; 10Gb testing gear; (2) 10Gb boards for UIC, LAC I-WIREUIC to StarLight (1 pair); UIC to ANL to Starlight (1 pair); Seattle, California to StarLight OC-192 K-6Wireless handheld computers Int’lCERN, Tokyo OC-48→2x1GigE; Amsterdam OC-192→10GigE (other funding) Indicates current-year computer and/or network purchases
University of Illinois at Chicago LAC UICStarLight EVL 10Gb 2x10Gb TND2 6509 DWDM 10x10 GigE TNV1TND2 6513 DWDM TNV2 6509 Toward Terabits: Proposed RI Development Schedule Year 2: September 2003-August 2004 TNVTNV2 NetwkCisco 6513 10x10GigE at StarLight; (2) 10Gb DWDM lasers for a total capacity of 20Gb (between UIC to Starlight); (2) 10Gb boards for EVL, UIC I-WIREWisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania? K-6Wireless handheld computers Int’lOther internationals
University of Illinois at Chicago EVL LAC UICStarLight 10x10 GigE 10Gb 2x10Gb TNV3TNC3 6509 TND3 6509 DWDM TNV3TND3 6513 DWDM Toward Terabits: Proposed RI Development Schedule Year 3: September 2004-August 2005 TND(2) TND3s at LAC and StarLight TNVTNV3 TNCTNC3 at AI/EVL I-WIREOthers? K-6TND1 and TNV1 clusters re-deployed in schools Int’lCERN, Tokyo OC-192→10GigE
University of Illinois at Chicago Toward Terabits: Proposed RI Development Schedule Years 4 and 5: September 2005-August 2007 TNDUpgrade NICs in (2) TND clusters to (8)x 10GigE TNVUpgrade NICs in TNV3 clusters to (8)x10GigE Netwk(2) 6509 Switch Fabric Upgrades; (48) 10GigE ports for EVL, LAC, UIC, StarLight; 2x40GigE switch/ router upgrades; 40Gb test equipment; O-E-O Optical Switch at StarLight (partial funding); (2) 40Gb DWDM lasers (EVL to StarLight); (8) 10Gb DWDM lasers (UIC to Starlight) I-WIREOthers? K-6Classroom full of handheld computers interfaced to TND2/TNV2 clusters Int’lAmsterdam OC-768→40GigE? LAC 10Gb 10x10Gb UIC 6509 EVL TNV3TNC3 6509 8x10Gb 2x40Gb (UIC fiber) DWDM 2x40G TND3 6509 StarLight DWDM O-E-O or O-O-O switch TND3 6513 TNV3
University of Illinois at Chicago StarLight Thanks StarLight planning, research, collaborations, and outreach efforts at the University of Illinois at Chicago are made possible, in part, by funding from: –National Science Foundation (NSF) awards ANI-9980480, ANI-9730202, EIA- 9802090, EIA-9871058, and EIA-0115809 –NSF Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (PACI) cooperative agreement ACI-9619019 to the National Computational Science Alliance –State of Illinois I-WIRE Program, and UIC cost sharing –Northwestern University for providing space, engineering and management Argonne National Laboratory for StarLight and I-WIRE network engineering and planning leadership NSF/ANIR, Kees Neggers of SURFnet, Bill St. Arnaud of CANARIE, and Olivier Martin of CERN for global optical networking leadership; NSF/ACIR and NCSA/SDSC for DTF/TeraGrid opportunities UCAID/Abilene for Internet2 and their ITN CA*net4 and CENIC/Pacific Light Wave for planned North America and West Coast transit
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