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1 NETWORKING ( from regional to global) Spyros Konidaris European Commission / "The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission" Hawaii 21Feb. 2002

2 Co-operation: the precondition Research Networks in Europe GÉANT and the global perspective Piloting IPv6 and GRIDs Future Contents Information Society Conclusions

3 The cooperation vs competition pseudo-dilemma !! Co-operation: The precondition

4 Cooperation versus competition Competition Cooperation x V(x) V min

5 Opportunity window for EU cooperation Increasing cooperativeness Increasing competitiveness Too urgentPossibleToo uncertain Time International EU National Globalization Article 169 R&D: The window of opportunity Decreasing inherent efficiency

6 International co-operation: Diversity is an asset Diversity is an asset !! A constructive symbiosis: Diversity is an asset !! A constructive symbiosis: Industry: Ensuring reality of objectives and pragmatism Academia: Freshness and unconventional thinking Cultures: Peace and stability Industry: Ensuring reality of objectives and pragmatism Academia: Freshness and unconventional thinking Cultures: Peace and stability

7 Infostructure: The Infrastructure Infostructure: The Infrastructure of Infrastructures ….. of Infrastructures ….. Infrastructure Time security religion Communications (roads,…) Education Health Infostructure * (2000)

8 RESEARCH NETWORKING:...still Pioneering …close to States interests Abilene,. Cenic,.. CANARIE GEANT TransPAC ……. ……...

9 Europe: The political context of Networking EncourageInnovate Encourage and Innovate REGULATORY MEASURES Unbundling of local loop Spectrum allocation Promote interoperability …. TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION R&D Research Networks IPv6 testbeds GRIDs ….

10 Research Networks: The complementary objectives Deployment of a world class network matching the aggregated needs of Europes Academic & Industrial Research Deployment of a world class network matching the aggregated needs of Europes Academic & Industrial Research Use of advanced tesbeds for integration & validation of next generation coms, networking, applications & services Use of advanced tesbeds for integration & validation of next generation coms, networking, applications & services Ensure synergies Ensure synergies

11 Research Networks: The funding from EU GÉANT80 MEuro Global connectivity20 MEuro SERENATE strategic study 1 MEuro GÉANT80 MEuro Global connectivity20 MEuro SERENATE strategic study 1 MEuro GRIDS 37 MEuro IPv6 24 MEuro Other 8 MEuro GRIDS 37 MEuro IPv6 24 MEuro Other 8 MEuro

12 GÉANT network Research Networks: The model Tesbeds use GÉANT infrastructure GÉANT profits from technological innovation International dimension IPv6 GRIDs Scientific/application areas

13 GÉANT: The network and the project Pan-European coverage Pan-European coverage 9 international circuits operating at 10Gbps while 11 other run at 2,5Gbps 9 international circuits operating at 10Gbps while 11 other run at 2,5Gbps Interconnecting 32 NRENs Interconnecting 32 NRENs Linking more than 3000 Universities, I.e. virtually all the researchers in Europe in all disciplines Linking more than 3000 Universities, I.e. virtually all the researchers in Europe in all disciplines Total cost of 200 MEuro over 4 years Total cost of 200 MEuro over 4 years EU contribution 80 MEuro EU contribution 80 MEuro Pan-European coverage Pan-European coverage 9 international circuits operating at 10Gbps while 11 other run at 2,5Gbps 9 international circuits operating at 10Gbps while 11 other run at 2,5Gbps Interconnecting 32 NRENs Interconnecting 32 NRENs Linking more than 3000 Universities, I.e. virtually all the researchers in Europe in all disciplines Linking more than 3000 Universities, I.e. virtually all the researchers in Europe in all disciplines Total cost of 200 MEuro over 4 years Total cost of 200 MEuro over 4 years EU contribution 80 MEuro EU contribution 80 MEuro

14 GÉANT: The model National funds EU funds Other funds Campus UniversitiesNRENs National GEANT EU+ NRENs European Requiring new levels of cooperationGlobal

15 GÉANT: The connectivity at 10 Gbps 0UKUK FRFR CHCH SESE ITITRORO HRHR EEEELVLVLTLT IEIE NLNL BEBE DEDE PLPL CZCZ HUHUATAT SISI SKSK LULU ESES PTPT GRGR BGBG CYCYILIL Gbps 10 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 2.5 Gbps SE - PoP for Nordunet

16 GÉANT international dimension: a world of opportunities GTREN - since January 2002, North America GTREN - since January 2002, 2 x 2.5 Gbps, Europe (fully funding) to North America (reciprocity expected out of current discussions) Japan 155 Mbps, Europe to Japan

17 GÉANT international dimension: a world of opportunities TEIN- since November 2001, Asia TEIN- since November 2001, 2 Mbps, Paris to Seoul (co-funded) EUMEDCONNECT - since December 2001, first phase of Mediterranean EUMEDCONNECT - since December 2001, first phase of Europe to Mediterranean (co-funded)

18 GÉANT international dimension: a world of opportunities South America ALIS - Europe to Latin America (co- funded), to be started in Autumn 2002 NeDAP - Europe to Russia Russia NeDAP - Europe to Russia

19 GÉANT international dimension: GTREN CANARIE ABILENE switch ESNET M Gbps 622 Mbps GEANT M-160 ABILENE GSR GÉANT EDAEuropeanDistributedAccess UK DE......

20 Consolidate outreaching Address the Terabits per second Enhance inclusiveness (educational networks, libraries,.. ) Strengthen links with industry Anticipate full liberalization in telecommunications Future challenges for GÉANT

21 IPv6: A new protocol for the new Internet Interconnecting a myriad of personal devices... Going mobile… … and always-on… Restoring the end-to-end model Consumer electronic products IP enabled…

22 IPv6: Major testbeds To North America To Japan To Korea 6NET 6NET EURO6IX EURO6IX Native IPv6 at: 34 Mbps, 155 Mbps, 2,5 Gbps Native IPv6 at: 34 Mbps, 155 Mbps, 2,5 Gbps Pan-European coverage Pan-European coverage

23 IPv6: Major testbeds 2400 pers./months of work over 3 years 2400 pers./months of work over 3 years 16,5 MEuro of EU contribution 16,5 MEuro of EU contribution 6NETEURO6IX Univ./R&D Centers Research Networks Telecom operators Service Providers Manufactures Application leisure business

24 IPv6: Topics addressed * Transition Strategies * Migration techniques and tools * Fixed/Mobile * Internet exchanges * Management * Security * Applications

25 GRIDs: Building virtual communities High Energy Physics Earth & Space Observation Environment Bio-sciences and Health Industrial design/simulation/visualization ASP GRIDs address the needs of virtual communities and fosters the efficient exploitation of the huge investments in research infrastructures:

26 UK - eScience Programme (£120m) Italy - INFN Grid Netherlands - DutchGrid Germany - Unicore plus France - Grid funding approved Ireland - Grid-Ireland Poland, Czech Republic - seed funding GRIDs: The European efforts EU supported GRIDs work complements national Programmes:

27 GRIDs: An integrated approach Science Industry / businessApplications Middleware & Tools Underlying Infrastructures CROSSGRID DATAGRID DATATAG GRIDLAB EGSO GRIA GRIP EUROGRID DAMIEN GRIDSTART

28 GRIDs: The IST projects 37Meuro of IST funding Strong consensus formation and contribution to standards: GGF, IETF, W3C, MPI, etc Most developments follow Open Architecture approach. 37Meuro of IST funding Strong consensus formation and contribution to standards: GGF, IETF, W3C, MPI, etc Most developments follow Open Architecture approach.

29 EUROGRID, GRIP EUROGRID, GRIP GRIDs: Examples of large testbeds 6 European countries Globus/Unicore interface Application requirements: Real-time, Resource brokerage, Portals, Coupled applications

30 DATAGRID, CROSSGRID DATAGRID, CROSSGRID GRIDs: Examples of large testbeds 17 European countries Collaboration of more than 2000 scientists Application requirements: Computing > 20 TFlops/s Downloads > 0.5PBytes Network speeds at 10 Gbps GEANT INFRASTRUCTURE

31 DATATAG (cross-Atlantic testbed) DATATAG (cross-Atlantic testbed) GRIDs: Examples of large testbeds (2Gbps) Links with US projects (GriPhyN, PPDG, iVDGL,…)

32 FUTURE (FP6): Research networks related work 300 MiEuros Establish a high capacity and high speed communications network for all researchers in Europe (GEANT+) and specific high performance Grids and test- beds (GRIDs). Create large-scale distributed systems & platforms, including Grid-based systems to solve complex problems in areas like the environment, energy, health, transport, industrial design Create large-scale distributed systems & platforms, including Grid-based systems to solve complex problems in areas like the environment, energy, health, transport, industrial design

33 Global networking: From Regional… to Global Important step ensure regional dimension

34 Co-operation: Instruments Technical and coordination meetings between projects Meetings between policy agencies High Level Group on High-Speed Network Application Test-beds ….

35 Conclusions Exploiting the cooperative model as a global model to advance global networking for our collective benefit is a challenge worth pursuing!!!

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