Presentation on theme: "One of the most urgent requirements for the Asia-Pacific research community is to progress the establishment of high performance network services for research."— Presentation transcript:
One of the most urgent requirements for the Asia-Pacific research community is to progress the establishment of high performance network services for research and development in advanced networking applications and services. This requirement was recognized at the APEC Symposium for Realizing the Information Society Field of R&D Activities in March 1996 and the APEC Testbed Forum in June 1996. In result, some volunteers agreed to work towards setting up Asia-Pacific Advanced Network(APAN). APAN is a non-profit international consortium established on 3 June 1997. APAN is intended to be a high-performance network for research and development on advanced applications and services. APAN provides advanced networking environment for research community, and promotes international collaboration. In order to lead the state of the Asia-Pacific research community, we are expanding and promoting the collaborative researches with worldwide renowned research institutes. APAN Committee ChairKilnam Chon/KAIST Deputy Chair Shigeki Goto/Waseda University APAN Secretariat DirectorKazunori Konishi/KDD Network Operation Center Director Kazunori Konishi/KDD Application Area DirectorKilnam Chon/KAIST Technology Area DirectorShigeki Goto/Waseda University Deputy Director Dae-Young Kim/Chungnam University User Community Area Co-Directors Tan Tin Wee/NUS Markus Buchhorn/ACsys Allocation/User Service Committee Director Hiromasa Kaneko/JST Organization Secretariat Network Operation Centers User Community AreaApplication Technology AreaNetwork Technology Area IPv6 Design Multicast / Mbone Measurement Satellite Internet QoS Cache Multimedia Security Television Immersive VR APAN Committee Agriculture BioInformatics Earth Monitoring Medical Informatics Grid Global Design & Manufacturing Digital Library Education Allocation/User Service Committee
Members Primary Members Australia: ACSys Japan: APAN-JP Consortium APII/CRL IMNet/STA KDD MAFFIN/MAFF RWCP/ETL SINET/NACSIS WIDE/AI3 Korea: APAN-KR Consortium APII/MIC KT Pubnet/NCA Singapore: SINGAREN Associate Members [TBC] Liaison Members USA: Indiana University(vBNS) AT & T Canada : CANARIE (CA*net2) Europe : DANTE Last updated: 1999.1.07 There are two classes of members in addition to liaison members. Membership of the APAN is open to any individuals, organizations, national bodies, or international bodies. Primary members are the link owners, and others are Associate members. Australia, Japan, Korea and Singapore are the founding Primary members. Check our home page for further information. Contact: APAN Secretariat http://apan.net e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Yoshinori Kitatsuji/Japan Eunjin Seo/Korea email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +81-492-78-7362~3 tel: +82-42-869-3554 fax: +81-492-78-7510 fax: +82-42-869-5554 Lai Zit Seng/Singapore Markus Buchhorn/Australia email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +65- 779-6692 tel: +61-6-279-8810 fax: +65- 777-1132 fax: +61-6-279-8602 l Exchange Point Access Point current status (1999.1.07) 1999 (plan) APAN Network Topology Korea Japan China Hong Kong Malaysia Singapore Indonesia l Thailand l Australia Philippines l North America Europe Latin America Europe STAR TAP
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