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nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc National LambdaRail, Inc PARTNERING TO PROVIDE ADVANCED NETWORKING FOR CYBER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 2 National LambdaRail Vision National LambdaRail (NLR) is a nationwide network infrastructure that provides multiple networks – shared, private, research, production, experimental – with comprehensive sets of services that are physically and operationally independent from one another on the same optical-fiber footprint. Support experimental and production networks Foster networking research Promote next-generation applications Facilitate interconnectivity among high-performance research and education networks NLR puts the control, power and the promise of an advanced network infrastructure into the hands of the scientists, researchers and educators of this nation.
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 3 Network Infrastructure Framework Network Infrastructure Plumbing Persons for Education and Research (The NIPPERS) NLR is part of the NIPPER TEAM
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 4 University of California San Diego
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 5 June 2004 California— Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 6 NLR is owned and governed by its investor members, who own and operate 21 Regional Optical Networks (RONs). NLR is a dedicated nationwide advanced network infrastructure that interconnects the RONs © 2006 National LambdaRail, Inc. National LambdaRail Infrastructure
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 7 MAX – MATP Combined Regional Infrastructure McLean LVL3 UVA VTVT E-Light ODU W&M JeffLab VCU Ring completes via Pittsburgh Ring completes via Durham V Roanoke V Arlington V Richmond V Norfolk V Lynchburg V Charlottesville V Ashburn GMU MAX DC metro WDM GWU GU UMD V MATP OSR NLR CLPK Baltimore Abilene ESnet NREN NISN DREN NASA BoSSnet JHU NGIX ATDnet MAX T640 Network Virginia MAX Members & Projects MATP Members & Resources V MATP VORTEX DWDM Node OC-48 POS 10 GE KEY: Combined Participants (partial) Primary Members (MAX and MATP) GMUGU GWUJeffLabs/SURA ODUNASA UMDUVA VCUVT W&M Selected Connectors Library of CongressNASA GSFC Nat. Archives & Records Ad.NSF Nat. Inst. Of HealthATDnet Nat. Library of MedicineUSGS NOAAUSDA Naval Research LabUS Census Howard Hughes Med. Inst.JHU Smithsonian InstitutionISI East UCAIDWorld Bank Univ. System of Maryland (11 campuses) NetworkVirginia (651 campuses) DRAGON
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 8 © 2006 National LambdaRail, Inc. RONs Continue to Expand…
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 9 International Network Infrastructure: Part of the Global Lambda Integrated Facility Sept 2005 – Visualization courtesy of Bob Patterson, NCSA. GLIF is a consortium of institutions, organizations, consortia and country National Research & Education Networks who have additional networking capacity they voluntarily share with researchers to develop the Global LambdaGrid for the advancement of scientific collaboration and discovery
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 11 Several National Projects have Dedicated 10G waves TeraGrid is an Example NLR is the primary long-haul provider of TeraGrid connectivity, connecting Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center (Pittsburgh to Chicago), the Texas Advanced Computing Center (Austin to Chicago), and the National Center for Atmospheric Research and San Diego Supercomputer Center (Chicago to Denver to San Diego).
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 12 TeraGrid Use of NLR Backbone WaveNet 2 Lambdas - STAR to DENV, DENV to LOSA FrameNet Dedicated 1GE LOSA to STAR –Burstable over 1 GE Site Connections PSC, Cornell, ORNL, TACC Backup Layer3 Backbone failure, most sites failover to PacketNet New Services Testing dynamic VLAN service, interested in optical switching.
nlr.net © 2004 National LambdaRail, Inc 14 More Information
NLR Optical Capabilities John Silvester Special Advisor to CIO for High Performance Networking, Professor of EE, University of Southern California International.
CESNET CEF Workshop Praha CZ 31 May 2006 Hud Croasdale Executive Director “The Quilt”
US National Science Foundation, Office of Cyberinfrastructure International Research Network Connections (IRNC) Program Maxine.
IntroductionNauka-NetCIV-NetFriendsGridsThe Future GLOBAL RING NETWORK FOR ADVANCED APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT Russia-China-USA Science & Education Network.
February 2002 Global Terabit Research Network: Building Global Cyber Infrastructure Michael A. McRobbie Vice President for Information Technology & CIO.
Analyzing Large Earth Data Sets: New Tools from the OptIPuter and LOOKING Projects Presentation to 3 rd Annual GEON Meeting Bahia Resort San Diego, CA.
The OptIPuter Lambda Coupled Distributed Computing, Peer-to-Peer Storage, and Volume Visualization Dr. Larry Smarr, Director, California Institute for.
"Positioning University of California Information Technology for the Future: State, National, and International IT Infrastructure Trends and Directions."
"The OptIPuter: Enabling Campus, State, National, and Planetary-Scale LambdaGrids" LONI Forum Baton Rouge, LA September 2, 2004 Dr. Larry Smarr Director,
1 Internet2 and NRENs in South East Asia James Williams Principal Investigator – NSF TransPAC2 Project Indiana University.
GLIF Global Lambda Integrated Facility Kees Neggers CCIRN Cairns Australia, 3 July 2004.
The Jump to Light Speed – Data Intensive Earth Sciences are Leading the Way to the International LambdaGrid Keynote the 15th Federation of Earth Science.
"Toward a Global Interactive Earth Observing Cyberinfrastructure" Invited Talk to the 21st International Conference on Interactive Information Processing.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign NCSA In Partnership with OAS-ARTCA Office of Science, Technology, and Innovation Danny Powell Executive Director.
The Missing Link: Dedicated End-to-End 10Gbps Optical Lightpaths for Clusters, Grids, and Clouds Invited Keynote Presentation 11 th IEEE/ACM International.
OptIPuter-A High Performance SOA LambdaGrid Enabling Scientific Applications IEEE Computer Society Tsutomu Kanai Award Keynote At the Joint Meeting of.
INDIANAUNIVERSITYINDIANAUNIVERSITY TransPAC HPIIS Performance Review Michael A. McRobbie Vice President for Information Technology and CIO Indiana University.
The Coming Revolution in Environmental Awareness Dr. Larry Smarr Director, California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology Harry.
Internet2 Infrastructure. An advanced networking consortium whose members include: – 221 U.S. universities – 45 leading corporations – 66 government agencies,
Creating High Performance Lambda Collaboratories" ONR Briefing ACCESS DC Arlington, VA March 25, 2005 Dr. Larry Smarr Director, California Institute for.
Security as an Element of Cyberinfrastructure Guy Almes CISE Directorate Shared Cyberinfrastructure Division Secure IT 2005 Conference April 21, 2005.
"Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Observations" Invited Talk to Symposium on Science and Technology in GEOSS: The Role of Universities Hosted by
Shrinking the PlanetHow Dedicated Optical Networks are Transforming Computational Science and Collaboration Invited Lecture in the Frontiers in Computational.
Welkom bij SURFnet SNB-master Dennis Paus, Roeland Nuijts, Erik-Jan Bos SNB-master 2004/2005 Utrecht, 23 maart 2005.
C HAPTER 4 Computer Networks. Chapter 4 A computer network is a collection of computers and devices connected by communications channels that facilitate.
Experiments in Living in the Virtual/Physical World Opening Keynote Talk C5: The Eighth International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating.
"The OptIPuter, Quartzite, and Starlight Projects: A Campus to Global-Scale Testbed for Optical Technologies Enabling LambdaGrid Computing Invited Talk.
Research and Education Networking in the United States: Looking Back and Visioning the Future Douglas E. Van Houweling President & CEO Internet2 APAN 24.
Coupling Australias Researchers to the Global Innovation Economy Fourth Lecture in the Australian American Leadership Dialogue Scholar Tour Swinburne University.
Why Optical Networks Are Emerging as the 21 st Century Driver Scientific American, January 2001.
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