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2 1 IEEAF Update Pacific Rim Networking Meeting Honolulu, Hawaii February 21, 2002 Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF Vice President and CIO University of Maryland, College Park

3 2 IEEAF Vision "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone) Accelerate the global growth of Internet2 to achieve "universal educational access to: Enable and stimulate the rapid expansion of research and educational collaboration in many forms between teaching and learning institutions around the world. Cultivate and promote practical solutions to delivering scalable, universally available and equitable access to suitable bandwidth and necessary network resources in support of these collaborations.

4 3 IEEAF Objectives Act to insure enhance educational access to bandwidth for educational institutions and their academic, research and services/outreach needs. Promote Partnerships with government/private entities/ educational institutions to distribute education content across networks, nations,and on a truly global basis Promote and/or operate a low cost reliable repository of access and network resources and information to achieve these capabilities for educational purposes Perform Asset Management for the Foundation, its members and associates on a global basis for educational purposes "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)

5 4 IEEAF Strategies To achieve the vision of IEEAF, we intend to create frameworks and alliances between University and other educational leadership groups, industry and political/governmental leaders. Methods of helping IEEAF include donations of physical facilities (co-location and riser space), equipment, licenses to "rights of way","dark fiber" or conduits at selected points of build-out of the US and global fiber-optical network, or wave- lengths. Such donations will be a principal means of connectivity and linkage for educational institutions to conduct teaching and learning. "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)

6 5 IEEAF Organization Honest Broker Group (IEEAF) Accepting assets Matching Corp assets w/Educational needs Advocate for assets on behalf of Education Granting of assets as Free Use licenses

7 6 IEEAF Board of Directors Indiana University International Member John Charles (CSU Hayward) Jerry Hanley (Cal Poly SLO) John Silvester (Univ. of So.Cal) Ed Fantegrossi David Lassner (Univ. of Hawaii) Ron Johnson (Univ. of Washington) Don Riley Steve Corbato Michael McRobbie (TBD) CENIC GEO (Geographic Network Affiliates, Intl.) PI2 (Pacific Internet2 Coalition) P/NG (Pacific/Northwest Gigapop) University of Maryland UCAID (University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development)

8 7 GEO builds carrier hotel buildings and supports the IEEA Foundation goals which include helping to solve the digital divide. GEO - The Catalyst Government SubmarineFiberTerrestialFiber + Universities

9 8 CENIC-GEO MOU GEO will donate real estate 15K sq.ft. in each of two new International carrier hotels (Hayward/CA, MD/DC) 200 sq.ft. in each of other facilities GEO will try to get others (wet fiber/dry fiber/equipment/etc.) to donate as part of business negotiations

10 9 Think Globally – Act Locally

11 AsiaScandinavia Asia Pacific and Australia Central America Europe Central Asia and CIS North America Africa South America The Global Quilt 10

12 11 IEEAF-GEO International Projects New York City International Research & Education Exchange Point (modeled after Seattle exchange point) Colocation rack space at GEO 60 Hudson facility today Additional colocation space as needed at Tyco NY facility Groningen, Netherlands: New Tyco landing site, Carrier Hotel, New fiber build by Essent Kabelcom Co-Lo space in GNIX carrier hotel and internet exchange 2 strands fiber (Amsterdam-Groningen-Hamburg) Tyco connectivity and co-location donations Many other projects in various stages

13 12 Tyco Global Network Connectivity Donations 622 Mbps +10 Gbps

14 13 Tyco Telecomm Donation Summary Colocation space in NYC for Expanded NY Intl Exchange Pt Production R&E Bandwidth: 622 Mbps NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) Connects to IEEAF fiber to Amsterdam and Hamburg CA-Tokyo-Singapore Research 10 Gbps optical wavelength NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) CA-Tokyo-Singapore 200sq.ft. Co-location space in each of global facilities Additional donations as global build-out continues

15 14 Tyco Atlantic Donation

16 15 Tyco Northern Europe Donation

17 16 Netherlands Example: Project Glasbak New cable landing: Eemshaven New carrier hotel: Groningen Zernicke Research Park adjacent to University of Groningen Groningen Internet Exchange (GNIX) New fiber backhaul to major Internet exchanges Essent Kabelcom Amsterdam to Groningen to Hamburg New R&D and Economic Development Opportunities

18 17MunicipalityTycom Essent Amsterdam Groningen Hamburg North AmericaAsia Pacific Eemshaven Groningen: Wet meets Dry = Opportunity

19 18 Groningen Carrier Hotel: February 2001

20 19 Groningen Carrier Hotel: May 2001

21 20 GroNingen Internet eXchange Groningen (Worldwide) Dedicated Connection Client

22 21 Groningen Zernicke Research Park

23 22 Tyco Southern Europe Donation

24 23 Tyco Transpacific Donation

25 24 Pacific Rim APAN Opportunities

26 25 Global Opportunities

27 26 SingaporeSingapore = Current Los Angeles, CA Seattle, WA Portland, OR College Park, MD Santa Clara, CA OsloOslo London-HtrwLondon-Htrw DusseldorfDusseldorf ParisParis IrelandIreland CopenhagenCopenhagen BarcelonaBarcelona BangladeshBangladesh MadridMadrid LisbonLisbon CypressCypress TokyoTokyo Hong Kong TaipeiTaipei SeoulSeoul BeijingBeijing ShanghaiShanghai PhilippinesPhilippines ChennaiChennai MumbaiMumbai BangaloreBangalore THE GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE SITES CSU-HaywardCSU-Hayward RussiaRussia MilanMilan MiamiMiami GenevaGeneva London-StfdLondon-Stfd FrankfurtFrankfurt BerlinBerlin HamburgHamburg GuamGuam Tel Aviv NY-6 th Ave NY-BroadwayNY-Broadway = Future NJ-Wall Township AmsterdamAmsterdam GroningenGroningen RomeRome ViennaVienna MarseilleMarseille HelsinkiHelsinki StockholmStockholm

28 27 IEEAF-GEO U.S. Projects CSU-Hayward Telco Carrier Hotel Maryland/DC Carrier Hotel, UMD/College Park New Landing Sites: Tyco Telecom West Coast, East Coast New York City Next Generation International Research & Education Exchange Point Colocation rack space at GEO 60 Hudson facility today Additional colocation space as needed at Tyco NYC facilities National backbone donation SURA Crossroads Regional Infrastructure Initiative Many other projects in various stages

29 28 2 nd generation R&E exchange point in NYC Replicate Seattle experience - Westin Building Open, carrier-neutral carrier hotel Dedicated fiber interconnection room, R&E net peering International and federal peer meeting - March 6, 2001, Washington, DC UCAID, Qwest, NYSERNet (local GigaPoP – 60 Hudson presence), Indiana University (Global NOC/Abilene NOC), ESNet International Networks (SURFNet, Dante, etc.) IEEAF, GEO (GEO facility at 60 Hudson) Early open, non-carrier controlled carrier hotel Moving forward on implementation

30 29 U.S. Donations Under Negotiation Fiber Across U.S. (Actual Routes T.B.D.) Other discussions in progress (non-disclosure)

31 30 SURA Crossroads Initiative

32 31 Atlanta, GA Blacksburg, VA Miami, FL Lexington, KY Nashville, TN New Orleans, LA Houston, TX Starkville, MS Tuskaloosa, AL Ruston, LA Columbia, SC Charlotte, NC Raleigh-Durham, NC Washington, DC Morgantown, WV Seattle, WA Hayward, CA San Luis Obispo, CA Los Angeles, CA Eugene, OR Cedar Falls, IA Danville, VA Oklahoma City, OK Winston-Salem, NC Lubbock, TX Cleveland, OH Spokane, WA Albany, OR Coos Bay, OR Waverly, IA Fayetteville, AR Maysville, KY Tiverton, RI IEEAF-GEO U.S. Opportunities

33 32 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative A Global Quilt Project

34 33 A Historical Milepost Event Gironingen Global Quilt Meeting: May 8-9, 2002 Country Group 1Country Group 2Country Group 3 Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category X GMRE Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category Y GMRE Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category Z GMRE

35 34 CN SG PERTH GHANA Buenos Aires/San Paolo St. Petersburg Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Chenai Navi Mumbai BarcelonaGreece MD NL CA Global Quilt Initiative – GMRE Initiative Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative Bio-Medicine and Health Sciences Layer 1 – Spoke & Hub Sites Layer 2 – Spoke & Hub Sites Layer 3 – Spoke & Hub Sites

36 35 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative Bio-Medicine and Health Sciences Regional Cell Slide Scanned Electron Microscope Environments and Data Bases Country ACountry B

37 36 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative Bio-Medicine and Health Sciences Invasive Surgery Procedures Robotics and Laser Procedures Surgeon City or Country B City or Country A

38 + Universities IEEAF Global Quilt Summit in conjunction with Gironingen International Sporting Event May 8-9: Groningen, Netherlands Details soon


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