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Title: Internet2 Implications for Montgomery County Community College


1
Internet2 Implications for Montgomery County
Community College
Jennifer MacDougall Applications Coordinator,
MAGPI GigaPoP November 3, 2003
2
Todays Agenda
  • Overview Internet2/MAGPI
  • Why Internet2?
  • Advanced Applications
  • Useful Tools
  • How to Get (and Stay) Involved
  • QA

3
What is Internet2?
  • Born in 1996 by UCAID
  • Led by over 200 US universities, K20, and
    corporations
  • Recreating the partnership among academia,
    industry and government that fostered todays
    Internet in its infancy
  • Mission Develop and deploy advanced network
    applications and technologies, accelerating the
    creation of tomorrows Internet

4
Easy Takeaway for Today
  • UCAID the parent organization
  • Internet2 the project
  • Abilene the network

5
Internet2 Mission
  • Facilitate and coordinate the development,
    operation and technology transfer of advanced,
    network-based applications and network services
    to further U.S. leadership in research and higher
    education and accelerate the availability of new
    services and applications on the Internet.
  • Collaboration
  • Videoconferencing
  • Distributed learning
  • Digital libraries
  • Remote instrumentation
  • Tele-immersion
  • Virtual reality
  • On-demand video
  • Remote mentoring/auditioning
  • Rehearsal and performance

Qwest Abilene Network
6
Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • Middleware
  • Engineering
  • Advanced Applications
  • Partnerships

7
Internet2 Universities
203 University Members
8
Internet2 Network Infrastructure
  • Backbones operate at 2.4 Gbps (OC48) to 10 Gbps
    (OC192) capacity today
  • GigaPoPs provide regional high-performance
    aggregation points
  • Local campus networks provide 10/100 Mbps to the
    desktop

9
Internet2 Network Architecture
GigaPoP One
GigaPoP Two
GigaPoP Four
GigaPoP Three
10
Network Architecture
11
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12
Internet2 International Partners
Last updated 7 October 2003
13
K20 Initiative
  • New K20 Consortium Established in 2002
  • Focus outreach and connectivity to K-12s,
    Museums, Libraries
  • Aim to bridge K-12 to Higher Ed
  • Increased opportunities for joint funding,
    student attraction, learning and education

14
K20 Status (as of Sept. 2002)
15
Connection Speeds at CCs
K20 SEGP Survey, Sept. 2002
16
Sponsored Education Group Participants
17
The Quilt Network
Northern
PNWGP
Northern
Lights
(WA)
Lights
PNWGP
(ND)
(MN)
(MO)
NoX
PNWGP
MREN
Northern
PNWGP
(WI)
(VT)
Lights
(SD)
OREGON
Merit
(NH)
FRGP
Intermountain
NYSERnet
(OR)
(ID)
(MI)
(WY)
(NY)
(MA)
(IA)
GPN
(CT)
PSC
(NE)
(PA)
Indiana
OARnet
Intermountain
MAGPI
MREN
(NJ)
(RI)
Cenic
(OH)
(IN)
(UT)
(IL)
FRGP
(NV)
PSC
GPN
(DE)
(CO)
GPN
(WV)
(KS)
MAX (Washington DC)
MAX
(MO)
Net.Virg
NWV
Cenic
SoX
(VI)
(CA)
(KY)
(MD)
SOX

NC Giga
MAX
(TN)
(OK)
GPN
(NC)
(AR)
(AZ)
(NM)
SOX
Cenic (CA, NV)
(SC)
SOX
SOX
Texas
MAX (MD, VI)
(GA)
(AL)
(MS)
Texas Gigapop
Merit (MI)
(TX)
Texas
MREN (WI, IL, IA)
(LA)
NC Giga (NC)
NET.Virg (KY)
FRGP (CO, WY)
(FL)
(HI)
NWV (VI)
GPN (NE, KS, AR, IA)
NYSERnet (NY)
N. Lights (ND, SD, MN)
(AK)
OARnet (OH)
NoX
Indiana Giga (IN)
(ME,NH,VT,MA,CT,RI)
OREGON (OR)
MAGPI (PA,NJ,DE))
PNWGP (WA,ID,MO, OR)
PSC (PS,WV)
Intermountain (ID,UT)
SOX (TN,AL,GA,SC)
Texas (TX,LA,MS)
18
MAGPI GigaPoP
  • Mission
  • To deliver regional infrastructure in a
    cost-effective manner and promote applications
    for the region's research and education
    communities through high performance network
    technology.
  • Regional network aggregation point
  • Private research and education network
  • Sharing point for information, resources,
    projects

19
MAGPI Topology
20
MAGPI Growth
NY
JJ Pharms
21
Princeton University
NJ
15
13
24
12
DE
W. Virginia
21
Current Members
  • Arcadia University
  • Villanova University
  • Chester County Intermediate Unit
  • Community of Agile Partners in Education
  • Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Delaware County Intermediate Unit
  • Fox Chase Cancer Center
  • Johnson Johnson Pharmaceuticals
  • Lehigh University
  • Princeton University
  • Temple University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Widener University
  • CERMUSA / St. Francis University
  • Thomas Jefferson University and Hospital
  • NJEDge.Net The state RE Network for N. J.

22
Proposed/Upcoming Members
  • Montgomery County Community College
  • Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
  • University of Delaware
  • Carbon Lehigh IU
  • Lehigh Valley Hospital
  • PCOM
  • WHYY
  • Philadelphia Public School District / IU
  • Academy of Natural Sciences
  • Curtis Institute of Music
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • The Franklin Institute

23
Why have Internet2?
  • The Regular or Commodity Internet was not
    designed for
  • Millions of users
  • Congestion
  • Multimedia
  • Real time interaction

24
People on the Internet
Millions of People
25
Comparison of Download Times of The Matrix DVD
26
Internet2 Applications
What are Internet2 applications?
  • They deliver qualitative and quantitative
    improvements in how we conduct research and
    engage in teaching and learning
  • They require advanced networks to work

27
Application Attributes
  • Interactive collaboration
  • Real-time access to remote resources

Mark Ellisman, UCSD
28
Attributes, cont.
  • Large-scale, multi-site computation and data
    mining
  • Shared virtual reality
  • Any combination of the above

Glen Wheless, Old Dominion
29
Different Disciplines/Contexts
  • Sciences
  • Arts
  • Humanities
  • Health care
  • Business/Law
  • Administration
  • …
  • Library
  • Classroom
  • Clinic
  • Office
  • Laboratory
  • Dorm room
  • …

30
Digital Video Applications
  • Up to broadcast quality videoconferencing
  • Both live distribution and on-demand access to a
    variety of content
  • HDTV-based digital cinema, network-based studio
    production, …

The University of Washington
31
Super High Definition TV
USCs Robert Zemeckis Center for the Digital
Arts
NTT, UIC, USC
32
The Research Channel
  • www.researchchannel.org
  • Goal to use program content creation and
    manipulation processes as testing medium for
    analog and digital broadcast and on-demand
    multimedia offerings, thus providing an unusual
    opportunity to experiment with new methods of
    distribution and interaction on a global basis.

33
Arts Humanities
Dancing Beyond Boundaries University of
Florida Digital Worlds Institute
34
New World Symphony
  • Master Classes over Internet2
  • High Speed Collaboration between NWS and top
    music schools
  • International Expansion

NWS
35
Cleveland Institute of Music Distance Learning
Program
  • Free programs for Ohio students/K12s
  • Fee-based for out of state
  • Distance Learning Interactive Programs in
  • Math and Music
  • Lets go to the Show!
  • Music Theory
  • Jazz Band Coaching
  • Master Classes
  • Welcome to Opera
  • Science of Sound
  • Careers in Music

36
High Performance Group-to-Group Collaboration
150 sites worldwide
http//www.accessgrid.org/
37
Distributed RAP Sessions
  • Sponsored by Coalition to Diversify Computing
  • Uses the Access Grid

Northwestern University
38
California Orthopaedic Research Network CORN and
EastORN
  • Goal to enable lifelong learning for orthopaedic
    surgeons
  • Requires high speed networks for real time
    streaming of live surgeries
  • Network based teaching tools

39
Select Regional Applications
40
Teleimmersion
41
International Virtual Panel No Longer a Once
in a Lifetime Event
42
PLN Dublin Project
  • PreK-12 teachers working with teachers in Dublin
    at Trinity College
  • Graduate School of Education
  • H.323 Video 768 kbps
  • HEAnet and MAGPI

43
NEES Grid
  • Will link earthquake researchers across the U.S.
    with leading-edge computing resources and
    research equipment, allowing collaborative teams
    to plan, perform, and publish their experiments.
     

44
Health Sciences Career Series
  • Geared to promote Health Science Careers in the
    region
  • Nursing, Telepathology, …
  • Remote audiences of students, guidance counselors
    and school nurses
  • Four-way multipoint continuous presence video
    conferencing

Dr. Michael Feldman Penn, School of Medicine
45
Nanotechnology Course Delivery
  • Pennsylvania Technology Investment Authority
    awarded the coalition (led by Penn, Drexel, and
    BFTP) a three-year, 10.5 million grant for the
    creation of a Nanotechnology Institute
  • Developing associate degree programs in
    nanotechnology at community colleges in
    Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland
    -- including MC3
  • Will start delivering courses using high
    performance connectivity in 2003 - 2004

46
CCIU World Tour
  • Shared Language and Culture
  • Spanish, French, Chinese
  • High speed videoconferencing with no per minute
    line charges (as with ISDN)

47
Megaconference Jr.
  • Student-run international Megaconference
  • Language, Culture, Regional Issues
  • Teams of students in program content, developing
    partnerships, and technical training and support.
  • Teams will communicate on a regular basis with
    their counterparts around the world through email
    and high speed videoconferencing.

48
FIPSE EC US Project
  • Foreign Language, Business and Computer Science
    Curriculum
  • Using interactive high speed H.323 video and
    advanced e-learning platforms and tools
  • 3 countries in European Union (Spain, Germany,
    and France)
  • 3 states in the US (NJ, PA, MD)

49
CC Activity Examples by State
  • California
  • English for All
  • Digital Well
  • Minnesota
  • Digital Learning Plan
  • Utah
  • Distributed Performance Events over the Grid
  • Indiana
  • Indiana Learning Portal provides Cradle to
    Grave Lifelong Learning
  • Seattle
  • Remote Equipment and Astronomy

50
Other Uses of Internet2
  • Virtual College Tours
  • Virtual Student/Faculty Interviews
  • Workforce Development
  • Professional Development
  • Dissertation Theses
  • Streaming Video and Video on Demand Library
  • AP Coursework
  • …

51
TOOLS
52
ARENA Atlas http//arena.internet2.edu/
53
MyK20 http//k20.internet2.edu
  • Soft launch of new MyK20 Database this summer
  • Part of the Internet2 K20 Initiative
  • Dating Service for K20 Community

Community College in the Pennsylvania seeks
long-term partnership with Asian University for
virtual reality collaboration
54
NLANR http//dast.nlanr.net/AAD/
  • Over 4,000 applications
  • Projects and resources from more than 30
    countries
  • Developed by UIUC, funded by NSF
  • Also searchable from http//apps.internet2.edu

55
Internet2 Detective http//detective.internet2.edu
/
  • Provides information about
  • Internet2 backbone connectivity
  • General bandwidth (using NLANR iPerf)
  • Multicast capability
  • Bandwidth between any two computers with
    Internet2 Detective installed
  • Version 3.0 released 18 July 2003
  • Available for MS Windows and Mac OS X
  • Future development and support to be based on
    interest from the Internet2 community

56
The Internet2 Commons http//commons.internet2.edu
/
Mission Accelerating adoption of collaboration
technologies Member-driven services Scalable and
sustainable
H.323 Multipoint Videoconferencing Face-to-face
communication over IP Standards-based, endpoint
interoperability Features onscreen display
options, streaming, firewall traversal, 24/7 help
desk, …
57
Benefits of Internet2
  • Building Communities
  • Increased Opportunities for Grants
  • Ability to tap into remote expertise and
    experiences
  • Ability to bring the world into the classroom
  • Collaboration with Internet2 Member Communities

58
  • But its got to start with you!

59
Get Involved
  • Talk with your campus IT group and local
    Internet2 liaison
  • Join an Internet2 Working Group, Special Interest
    Group, or Advisory Group
  • Host an Internet2 Day or participate in Virtual
    Briefings
  • Follow activities of ViDeNet
  • Join Internet2 Mailing Lists
  • Learn more about advanced initiatives e.g., IPv6,
    Multicast, QoS
  • Send me feedback/updates/inquiries…

60
Specific URLs
I2 Apps and Working Groups http//apps.internet2
.edu/ I2 K20 Projects http//k20.internet2.edu/c
urrentprojects/ Research Channel
http//www.researchchannel.com/
ViDeNet http//www.vide.net/ ViDeNet Cookbook
http//www.videnet.gatech.edu/cookbook Virtual
Briefings http//events.internet2.edu/briefings/
61
More Information
  • http//www.magpi.net
  • http//www.internet2.edu

62
Thank You!
jmacdoug_at_magpi.net
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