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1 Glenn Ricart | Chief Technology Officer New Technologies New Applications

2 Public-private partnership 501(c)(3)

3 60 public benefit next generation network applications 200 community testbeds Coordinate & incubate best practices 3 US IGNITE 5-YEAR GOALS Infrastructure Next-Gen Applications Economic Leadership

4 FOUNDING PARTNERS Research and Education Networks Network Operators Foundations & Nonprofits Municipalities Equipment Manufacturers 4

5 Apps from the Future Foundations Economic Dev. Industry Partners (and their labs) Mozilla-Ignite Hackfests Challenges Government Partners National Science Foundation Mission agencies State and local governments Communities Carriers Non-profits Entrepreneurs R&E Networks Internet2 Gig.U Universities and Colleges Faculty research Student projects GENI research US Ignite Ecosystem

6 IS A GIGABIT ENOUGH?

7 More than a Gigabit Gbps uncompressed (HDTV) Gbps at 1080p and 120 Hz (medical images using DICOM) Gbps Red One Camera uncompressed Gbps 4K video

8 4K Video Supported by YouTube 4K television sets big news at CES

9 Seeing a Gigabit Laptop screen = 3.98 Gbps 15 inch retina display = 9.95 Gbps

10 Big Data Spot public health outbreaks Coordinate traffic flows based on multiple video cameras and car-to-car communications Community sensor sharing

11 Aggregation 30 students in a classroom or lab 2-10 videowalls in a home 5 engineers in a small business

12 SO WE’LL NEED AT LEAST A GIGABIT.

13 WHAT WILL A GIGABIT STRESS?

14 Internet Routers Transport to distant Clouds

15 Internet Routers THEN 5 packets / second NOW75,000 packets / second Because the max packet size hasn’t increased

16 Internet packet header

17 Solution: by Flow, not Packet Software-Defined Networking Separate control and data planes Optimize end-to-end Slice off IP overhead Result: 80% cost reduction in switching

18 Transport to distant Clouds Gigabits to distant clouds are expensive. $1000-$5000 / gig / month

19 Solution: Move the cloud to your neighborhood Keep your gigabits in your own network.

20 Neighborhood Cloud US Ignite Racks (GENI Racks)

21 Software-defined networking Neighborhood cloud AN UNENCUMBERED GIGABIT.

22 APPS FROM THE FUTURE

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24 Ordinary Internet Tele-health Video Community Wifi Interactive Online Education Dialysis Control

25 Tele-health Video Privacy + Provisioned on demand

26 Public Safety Community WiFi

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28 Interactive Online Education High quality + Low cost

29 Remote Dialysis Control Reliability

30 Ordinary Internet Privacy + Provisioned on demand Tele-health Video Privacy + Provisioned on demand Public Safety Community Wifi Public Safety High quality + Low cost Interactive Online Education High quality + Low cost Reliability Dialysis Control Reliability SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKING

31 SO WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?

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34 Low Latency Natural videoconferencing –Example: Online recitation section for MOOC Remote Surgery Real-time response to sensors (e.g. traffic)

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38 Collaborative Video Healthcare Education E-government Workforce training High quality + Low cost

39 Remote Radiology

40 Contact Me

41 Personal Sensor Network

42 TRANSFORMING HEALTH RESPONSIVE AND AMAZING APPS NEW STARTUPS YOUR NEXT-GEN IDEA BE THERE EXPERIENCE AT LOW COST GIGABIT TO END-USER SMARTER URBAN TRANSPORTATION

43 Big Data Genomes and personalized health Evidence-based personalized medicine Longitudinal monitoring and sensors High quality medical photos and videos Public health dynamics

44 SOFTWARE-DEFINED CHANNELIZED INTERNET Ch 1 – Ordinary Internet Ch 2 – Collaborative video Ch 3 – Public safety Ch 4 – Voice service

45 NextGen Technologies Next-Gen Infra- structure Next-Gen Apps

46 APPS FROM THE FUTURE made possible by Gigabit to the user Software-defined networks (SDN) Neighborhood clouds

47 Channels Ordinary Internet Medical video consult - privacy Community WiFi – public safety Education – local bandwidth Remote control of home medical device – highly reliable

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51 Yesterday Single Internet Best-effort Mixed control/data plane Experts configure Hop-by-hop optimization Function defined by supported protocols Apps and nets infer what’s happening Physical networks only Sold by bandwidth Tomorrow Multi-channel Internet Performance by channel Separated control/data planes Software controller configures End-to-end optimization Function software defined by app / controller Explicit APIs allow apps and nets to communicate Physical and virtual nets Sold by services provided

52 Extra Benefits Software Defined Networking –Isolate sensitive flows (health, public safety) –Performance guarantee for sensitive flows –Simplifies multicast video, audio, etc. Neighborhood Cloud –Keep local interactions local –Local operations in case of emergencies


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