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2 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. NGI AC_2002_01 Cisco’s Connection to the Future Jane Butler Head of Strategy and Collaboration
333 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 What I would like to talk about…… Through the Looking Glass with the scientific and academic community Extending the deployment of IP networks into Central, Eastern Europe and Central Asia for the scientific and academic communities. Philanthrophic work and Cisco Foundation Research Projects funded by European Commission
444 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Trends ……… Services: IPmc, IPv6, QoS, MPLS, GMPLS 10 Gb/s, 2.5 Gb/s IP over WDM core, POS Higher Speeds STM-256 / 40 Gb/s will require a massive investment from the carriers on their optical infrastructure 40 Gb/s equipment is currently not “palm-size” Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet Metro Aggregation Optical Infrastructure provided by carriers – trend is to move towards private ownership of dark fibre and ‘own’ the optical transport and its integration with IP.
555 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Update on collaboration with UKERNA 10 Gb/s development testbed using 12400’s and 7600’s Used for testing of video conferencing and video distribution Used for MB-NG – Managed Bandwidth – Next Generation - led by High Energy Physicists at UCL to investigate traffic engineering and prepare for distributed GRID computing traffic.
666 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Update on collaboration with SURFnet and UKERNA 10GB core networks for operational and experimental traffic Excellent examples of close collaboration between engineers Surfnet - dual stack – IPv4 and IPv6 iGRID happening in Amsterdam this week – first 10Gb/s transatlantic link between Netherlight and Starlight in Chicago. iGRID has the first use of 10Gb/s campus connections UKERNA/UCL looking at Managed Bandwidth for GRID applications – results shared across GRID community
777 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Typical collaborations with Universities PhD students collaborate with Cisco on projects of interest to both parties Funding comes from Cisco in Europe or through the global Cisco University Research Programme Maybe matched by external govt funding At UCL they have ported SIP based voice code to IPv6 At Cambridge they are doing detailed analysis of network statistics allowing PTTs to apply usage based billing accurately. At the Neumann Institute for Computing in Germany they are designing a prototype bandwidth broker for networks.
888 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Just completed testing of 10Gb/s performance with functionality on 7600’s at Cesnet Working on PIONEER project definition in Poland Welcomed Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary into 6NET Assisting Hungarnet overcome DoS attacks Industrial partner on SEEREN led by GRNet Rolling out Cisco Networking Academies in many countries – Dragostina Vassileva Paunova (dpaunova) Industrial partner of Silk project – providing routers, content engines and switches for each node. Activities in Central and Eastern Europe
999 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Networking Workshops and Conferences…. ……supported with content and speakers from Cisco and funding provided by Cisco Networking technology training hosted by PSNC in Poznan, Poland for Croatia, Cyprus, Czech, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Turkey. AFRNIC – annual week long technology workshop in Africa for SPs and NRENs. TERENA Annual Conference and Cisco High Tech event – keynote at main event and 1.5 days deep technical training from top experts at Cisco for the research community. NGI Symposiums – Cisco led, hosted by local NREN – deep technical training by Cisco experts in many cities in Europe Annual NATO Networking Workshop
10 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Virtual SILK Road Project Bringing an affordable Internet connections to 3 Southern Caucasian and 5 Central Asian countries for use by the scientific and academic communities Cisco is providing $400k of network equipment from Cisco Philanthrophy – routers, content/caching engine and switch for each node Node will be used for caching web traffic and storing video content for training, plus act as the IXP for the country DFN is connecting the network to GEANT for access to the rest of the European academic community DESY will support operation of the network on behalf of the 8 countries. Cisco is a partner of the SPONGE project
11 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Afghanistan 3 Non-profit initiatives underway3 Non-profit initiatives underway Widows and orphans feeding programme through CARE - $$$ for a network of women who will distribute food Health Programme – with NetAID and Mercy Corps for health services and teaching of health workers Educational Programme with NetAID and the Aga Khan Foundation – sponsored by President of Cisco EMEA and matching funds from the Cisco Foundation Technology Projects underway with the UN, the govt in Afghanistan and with the Afghan Wireless and Communications Co to make IP voice and data services availableTechnology Projects underway with the UN, the govt in Afghanistan and with the Afghan Wireless and Communications Co to make IP voice and data services available
12 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Afghanistan Providing a voice and data network for the government buildings in KabulProviding a voice and data network for the government buildings in Kabul Designing voice services and eventually data services for towns and villages as they are rebuiltDesigning voice services and eventually data services for towns and villages as they are rebuilt Connectivity for University of KabulConnectivity for University of Kabul Connectivity for schools plannedConnectivity for schools planned
13 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Afghanistan Design work has led to a residential voice blueprint design for countries where there is no fibre/copper infrastructureDesign work has led to a residential voice blueprint design for countries where there is no fibre/copper infrastructure Cost effective, centralised intelligence.Cost effective, centralised intelligence. Includes pre-paid billing and interface to cellular networksIncludes pre-paid billing and interface to cellular networks Can provide both density and sparscity at end pointsCan provide both density and sparscity at end points Will be used as guidance for IP based voice networks in Africa/Central Asia/India/Asia Pacific countriesWill be used as guidance for IP based voice networks in Africa/Central Asia/India/Asia Pacific countries
14 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. NGI AC_2002_01 World Health Academy Dr Kazem Bebehani, Director, WHO Pascal Detemmerman, IBSG PS Vertical Manager Cisco EMEA Georges Remboulis, PS Manager, Cisco EEMEA
15 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Pilot Project EGYPT 30 Hours of Health e-Learning Curriculum Healthcare basics (20hrs) Hepathitis C & Chidren Cancer(10hrs) Target group years old Targeting 20 to 30 schools A mix of Rich/Poor Schools, selection with Minsitries Tapping into CNAP as much as possible Ensure basic infrastructure(Internet access + PCs) Web site & Curriculum hosted by WHO Cairo Train the trainers campaign (Nov ) Timeframe : Start teaching january 2003 Official Launch at Nobel, Oslo, Dec 2002
16 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 Comic Relief Cisco donated a complete network infrastructure to support Comic Relief/Sport ReliefCisco donated a complete network infrastructure to support Comic Relief/Sport Relief Used for donations as well as information and publicityUsed for donations as well as information and publicity Uses the latest switching architecture with heavy emphasis on Content Aware networking equipment and CachingUses the latest switching architecture with heavy emphasis on Content Aware networking equipment and Caching
17 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network = a research project from the European Commission = to prepare the Next Generation Internet = a major internationalIPv6 testbed = a 3 year project (starting )
18 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network The Actual 6NET Network
19 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network Industrial Partners
20 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network Research Academic Computer Technology Institute
21 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network National Research Networks
22 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 A large-scale International IPv6 Network Project cost EUR 17 million EC funding EUR 9.5 million Total manpower1100 manmonths
23 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 LION Participants Telecom Italia Lab - Prime Contractor - (I) Cisco Systems International B.V. - (NL) T-Nova - DTAG (D) Interuniversity Microelectronics Center (IMEC) - (B) Siemens München (SICN) - (G) National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) - (EL) Agilent Telegraph Telephone Co. (NTT) - (JP) National Technical Technologies Italia (TTC) - (I) Sirti - (I) The University of Mining and Metallurgy (AGH) - (PL) Telekomunikacja Polska (TP SA) - (PL) Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) - (E) Tellium, Inc. (B)
24 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. AC_2002_01 LION Test Bed Configuration
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Terena Silk Paper Progress in The Silk Project Peter Kirstein Chair, Silk Board.
NORDUnet Event, Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 May 2005 The GÉANT2 Network: A European eScience Enabler Vasilis Maglaris National Technical University of Athens.
Project APAN Keynote – July 5, The 6NET project An IPv6 testbed for the European Research Community Peter T. Kirstein University College London.
IntroductionNauka-NetCIV-NetFriendsGridsThe Future GLOBAL RING NETWORK FOR ADVANCED APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT Russia-China-USA Science & Education Network.
GARUDA : A National Initiative of Government of India in Grid Computing S. Ramakrishnan Welcome 1.
1 European Research Networking Development Activities Karel Vietsch TERENA
CANARIE CA*net 4 Planning Tel:
The EARNEST Foresight Study EARNEST Study Findings Dorte Olesen President of TERENA, the Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association.
© 2011 – RNP Overseas Update Future Internet Testbeds in Brazil: Activities and Goals 11th geni Engineering Conference July 26-28, Denver Iara Machado.
CANARIE The Customer Empowered Networking Revolution Background Papers on Gigabit to The Home and Optical Internet.
SERENATE David Williams CERN, also President TERENA TNC 2002, Limerick June 2002.
Supporting further and higher education 19th APAN Meetings in Bangkok Innovative Uses of Pervasive Broadband Network Is adoption of technology running.
INDIANAUNIVERSITYINDIANAUNIVERSITY 1 APAN – An historical perspective and a view toward the future Michael McRobbie PhD Vice President for Research Vice.
Information Society Technologies In the 6th Framework Programme Context and rationale R. F. De Bruine Director, DG INFSO, IST programme.
Akogrimo : Access to Knowledge through the Grid in a mobile World Julian Gallop CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
1 Internet2 and NRENs in South East Asia James Williams Principal Investigator – NSF TransPAC2 Project Indiana University.
Cyberinfrastructure and the Transformation of Science, Education and Engineering Tony Hey Director of UK e-Science Core Program
The FI-WARE Project – Base Platform for Future Service Infrastructures FI-WARE May 2011 Future Internet PPP Core Platform.
Information Society and Media Directorate-General Unit Grid Technologies Workshop - Beijing, June EU Grid Research – Priorities.
FEDERICA status and achievements Mauro Campanella GARR TNC 2009, June 9 th Malaga, Spain.
Future Internet PPP Main principles & architecture TERENA General Assembly Vilnius, 3rd June 2010.
1 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Session Number Presentation_ID Cisco Confidential The Internet and Education A Scottish Perspective Gordon.
Linking U.S.-Russian Science, Education, Research & Development with High Performance Networking Natasha Bulashova, Friends and Partners Foundation Greg.
International Telecommunication Union Development Sector An Overview Yury Grin, PhD Deputy to the BDT Director International Telecommunication Union
22 Aug 99ACMKeynote1 Research Networks vs Networks for Research Needs for International Testbeds Peter Kirstein University College London.
COST and Information Society Technologies In the 6th Framework Programme Context, rationale, Content, Relations and instruments.
Overview of FI-CONTENT 2 Experiments and User Community Activation 1 Carmen Mac Williams, Grassroots Arts and Research 1st March Barcelona 1st.
Prof. dr Nataša Gospić, University Belgrade December 2009 ITU-D Regional Workshop, Cairo 1 Regional Workshop on Assistance to the Arab Region for.
Information Literacy Promotion and Implementation: CEI Countries Perspectives Zdravka Pejova, Head Information and Library Service ICPE – International.
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