3 Hardware Integrated CI System meeting the needs of a community of communities Grid Services & Middleware Development Tools & Libraries Applications Environmental Science High Energy Physics Proteomics/Genomics … Domain- specific Cybertools (software) Shared Cybertools (software) Distributed Resources (computation, communication storage, etc.) Education and Training Discovery & Innovation
4 Cyberinfrastructure Characteristics Community-Focused –virtual organizations –distributed –collaborative Scale and Scope –Multidisciplinary –International –Supporting data- and compute-intensive applications –High-end to desktop –Heterogeneous Common Technology & Policy Platform(s) –Interoperability –Supports characteristics above
5 International Networking New solicitation Priorities –Enable and Enhance communications, collaboration and cooperation by connecting aggregation points –Enhance connectivity to new regions –Support connections between shared cyberinfrastructure –Cooperate to support domain specific CI
6 Award Administration Grants Cooperative Agreements Contracts
7 NSF Supported International Links TrasPAC ($1,700K/yr) –Tokyo-LA, Tokyo-Chicago Euro-Link ($1,700K/yr) –Chicago – Amsterdam/CERN NaukaNet ($800K/yr) –Chicago – Moscow & China AMPATH ($400K/yr) –Miami – Rio & others
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