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1 Partnering with Internet2 to Develop Next-Generation Campus Services Ben Teitelbaum Dennis Baron Tyler Johnson Walt Magnussen Jeremy George Spring 2005 VON San Jose, CA March 8 th, 2005

2 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 2 Internet2 Who? Elevator Explanation Internet2's mission is to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrows Internet Who we really are Membership organization of 200+ US research universities Parent 501.3c (UCAID) has board of university presidents Project supported by numerous partnerships (government, industry, international) Goals Enable new generation of applications Re-create leading edge R&E network capability Transfer capability to global production internet

3 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 3 Internet2 Focus Areas Advanced Network Infrastructure 10 GB Abilene backbone Advanced regional networks 100 MB to the desktop National fiber-optic facility Middleware Directories Authentication Authorization Engineering Multicast IPv6 Measurement New Arch Advanced Applications Gigabit+ file transfer High-end video Remote instrumentation Distributed computation Virtual co- laboratories Distance learning Integrated Communications

4 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 4 Demographics ~3.8 million students (tech- savvy, talk a lot, adapt easily) And, by the way, they graduate (tech-transfer à la ) Institutional Commitments Internet2 members have committed to advance IP communications and promote collaborative apps Many are looking for ways to reverse eroding voice revenues Connectivity Great networking connectivity High-bandwidth, low-loss, low- jitter End-to-end transparency (few NATs) IPv6 and multicast too! Emerging middleware infrastructure for AuthN/Z Need to build on this to connect users with each other! Internet2's Secret Sauce

5 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 5 VoIP Not just a cost-saving hack Open industry standards and the Internet are revolutionizing telecom New industry structures New architectures, services, and applications No longer a binary choice between PBX and Centrex Trends Decentralized control À la carte system components and services Greater empowerment of campuses and enterprises Greater empowerment of end users

6 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 6 Many, many ways to do better... Fidelity Privacy Addressing Mobility Post-POTS Voice Survivability Integration with IM, video, etc. Presence I911 * Drawings by Louis Teitelbaum (age 6)

7 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 7 The Campus Communications Challenge...

8 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 8 Challenge #1: Dude, Where're My Customers? Voice was once revenue-generating for many schools; no longer Users have adopted consumer services to meet personal / profession needs Cellular Consumer IM&P (e.g. AIM, YIM, MSN) Consumer VoIP (e.g. Skype, FWD) How can universities develop services to: Recapture these customers? Enhance the campus life experience? Facilitate collaborative research? Improve productivity?

9 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 9 Challenge #2: Middleware Gap Internet2 has largely taken a field of dreams approach to applications Build the fat pipes and the apps will come This is not working There's a big gap between Layer 3 and Layer 7 What's missing? Middleware Do we sit by and wait for the Shawn Fannings of the world to build it or do we?

10 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 10 Challenge #3: Beleagured CIOs

11 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 11 P2P and the Enterprise P2P file-sharing explosion Internet2's network connectivity + Napster's middleware = P2P FS Explosion Similar potential for real-time apps This time get ahead of the curve and provide the enabling middleware ourselves Religion: "Paths in the snow" Don't predict how users will want to communicate Users are highly-motivated to communicate Connect them and watch what happens Connectivity from new MW infrastructure

12 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 12 More Religion Voice is strategic But it's not just about voice (of course) Cheap phone calls are nice But new apps / value are better Integrating campus IT assets is key Metcalfe's Law rules

13 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 13 Campus-Centric Worldview high-performance, end-to-end IP transit Campus-to-Campus Trust / Policy / Encryption BobAlice User Campus UserInternet2/GigaPoP/ASP Campus...or... Host Calendaring Location... Network-Layer Connectivity Connective Middleware Damping Middleware Rich Presence Services Auxiliary Services Applications APIs Codecs Gatewaying Bridging Messaging... Gatewaying Bridging Messaging... Gatewaying Bridging Messaging... APIs Codecs Directories Signaling Identity Presence Call Routing Call Filtering Auth N/Z... Calendaring Location Identity Presence Call Routing Call Filtering Auth N/Z P2P media and Trust / Policy / Encryption

14 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 14 How Do We Do What We Do? Working groups Build testbeds Develop software Develop standards / best practices for high ed Disseminate / educate (workshops) Infrastructure National, Regional, Campus Services Abilene Commons InCommon Voice Services? (we are looking at it)

15 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 15 Corporate Enagagement Internet2 seeks to build partnerships between industry and academia Strong corporate membership program 12 partners / 11 sponsors / 48 members SIP.edu Cisco, Avaya, Pulver.com,... PIC Ford, HP, WaveThree,... I911 Cisco, Nortel,...

16 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 16 Next Up... Dennis Baron (MIT) SIP.edu Walt Magnussen (Texas A&M) VoIP Working Group TAMU ITEC I911 Project Jeremy George (Yale) Presence and Integrated Communications WG Rich Presence Trials

17 Next-Generation Campus Services – Spring 2005 VON, March 8 th, 2005 San Jose, CA 17


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