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Title: Applications 201


1
Applications 201
  • Internet2 Fall Member Meeting
  • 2004 September

2
Tutorial Overview
  • General Introduction and Goals for Applications
    Efforts
  • Applications via Program Managers and Their
    Communities
  • Sciences Engineering Arts Humanities Health
    Sciences Voice and Integrated Communications
    Internet2 Commons and Collaborative Tools Loaner
    Equipment and Demos Communications
  • QA period

3
Internet2 Mission
  • Develop and deploy advanced network applications
    and technologies for research and education,
    accelerating the creation of tomorrows Internet.

4
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

5
Application Attributes
  • Interactive collaboration
  • Real-time access to remote resources
  • Large-scale, multi-site computation and data
    mining
  • Shared virtual reality
  • Any combination of the above

6
Application Goals
  • Collaborate with discipline communities and
    organizations, and address the critical (and
    unique) needs of research communities
  • Support strategic demonstrations in order to
    demonstrate the value of advanced networking and
    facilitate member collaborations
  • Scout for and engage innovative applications
    under development, so that the Internet2
    community can maintain openness to innovation at
    the edge
  • Move maturing applications to production status
    in order to promote the large-scale adoption of
    common applications

7
Knowledge Sharing
  • Internet2 acts as a clearinghouse to help
    distribute information through the community
  • Technical meetings
  • Virtual presentations
  • Technical support
  • Software tools (monitoring, diagnostic)
  • Loaner hardware
  • Access to expertise (working groups)
  • Event planning and organization
  • Coordinating meeting spaces and logistics
  • Providing information distribution and support
    (e.g., website and content creation for working
    groups)

8
Apps Working Groups, Advisory Groups, SIGs, and
BoFs
  • Health Sciences
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Arts Humanities
  • Arts Performance
  • High Energy and Nuclear Physics
  • Geospatial Apps
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Voice over IP
  • Digital Video
  • Videoconferencing
  • ResearchChannel
  • Network Storage
  • Presence Integrated Comm.

9
Applications Strategy Council
  • David Lassner, Univ of Hawaii (chair)
  • Jacqueline Brown, Univ of Washington
  • Bill Decker, Univ of Iowa
  • Parvati Dev, Stanford
  • Mark Ellisman, UCSD
  • Vijay Kumar, MIT
  • Clifford Lynch, CNI
  • Homer Neal, Univ of Michigan
  • Harvey Newman, Caltech
  • George Thoma, NIH
  • Joel Tohline, LSU
  • Egon Verharen, SURFnet
  • Glenn Wheless, ODU

10
Major Activity Areas
  • Technology evaluation and advocacy
  • Advanced applications deployment
  • Installing storage servers (with Tennessee), VRVS
    videoconferencing servers (with Caltech), Access
    Grid deployment assistance
  • Prototyping
  • Demonstrations
  • Meetings
  • Virtual Briefings (now on-request)
  • Flyers, testimonials, web site
  • Campus presentations

11
Discipline Approach
Broad Outreach Internet2 Days, web site,
application flyers
12
Program Managers
  • Work with defined communities on integrating
    advanced technologies that support the discipline
  • How we can help
  • Connect you with Internet2 resources and with
    people doing similar work
  • Help learn from other projects
  • Watch for trends
  • What we do not do
  • Run your Internet2 project
  • Lay wires, code applications, etc.

13
Science and Engineering
  • Russ Hobby T. Charles Yun
  • Program Managers for Science
  • and Engineering

14
Science and Engineering
  • Program managers are one channel through which
    communities can interact with Internet2 and the
    broader Internet2 community
  • Our backgrounds are different and we provide
    views into different portions of the world
  • Middleware
  • End to End Performance
  • Engineering (network)
  • Security

15
Application Communities
  • Progress is driven by those who see ways in which
    advanced networking technologies can benefit
    their research communities
  • Internet2 has worked with a variety of
    communities over time. One way to organize is by
    our history of interaction with these groups
  • Mature
  • Developing
  • Nascent
  • Even more nascent

16
Four Slides in One!
17
Community Interaction (1 of 3)
18
Community Interaction (2 of 3)
19
Community Interaction (3 of 3)
20
High Energy and Nuclear Physics (HENP)
  • Physics has traditionally been one of the power
    users of all networks
  • Physicists are generating Terabytes of data
    (1,000,000,000,000 or 1x1012) per experiment from
    the CERN lab in Switzerland
  • Types of network usage
  • Bulk data transfers that are extremely resistant
    to data loss.
  • VRVS expects multicast and low-latency/jitter
    networks for effective video conferencing

As a mature community, we learn as much from the
HENP community as they do from us (it could be
argued that we are the students).
21
VLBI
  • Astronomers collect data about a star from many
    different earth based antennae and send the data
    to a specialized computer for analysis on a 24x7
    basis.
  • VLBI is not as concerned with data loss as they
    are with long term stability.
  • The end goal is to send data at 1Gb/s from over
    20 antennae that are located around the globe.

Internet2 works closely with the VLBI researchers
and assists where we can. We are the teachers,
but probably not for long.
22
NEON and Earthscope
  • Boath in the early stages of their development
  • Their research goals and science plan is fairly
    well understood.
  • Using advanced networks to connect researchers,
    data and sensors is assumed.
  • The specific ways in which advanced networking
    will be integrated into their project still needs
    to be investigated.
  • As a new group in the Internet2 community, the
    Program Managers are identifying areas in which
    advanced networking experience can be used to
    further their research

23
A New Community Games
  • There are many examples of communities that might
    fall into this category. One of Internet2s
    objectives is to identify technologies, users and
    applications that will change the way we look at
    the network
  • Lets use games as an example
  • Shared 3D visualizations, persistent world
    environments, real time interaction, trusted user
    communities, etc.

We are looking for communities that will push
networking research in multiple areas,
particularly areas that will become
24
Security
  • Spidermans Uncle said, with great power comes
    great responsibility. Security is a
    inter-community, cross-application concern.
  • Cutting edge applications are often
    indistinguishable from security breaches.
  • Implementing systems to support advanced
    applications while addressing security is a
    requirement for all future applications.
  • http//security.internet2.edu/

Internet2 has gathered a group called SALSA to
begin looking into the ways in which security and
advanced network applications can coexist
25
More Info
  • Russ Hobbyrdhobby_at_internet2.edu530.752.0236
  • T. Charles Yuntcyun_at_internet2.edu734.352.4960
  • science.internet2.edu

26
Arts Humanities Initiatives
Ann DoyleProgram Manager for Arts and Humanities
27
Master Classes
  • Columbia University Manhattan School of Music
  • Cleveland Institute of Music New World Symphony
  • Curtis Institute of Music University of Michigan
  • Eastman School of Music University of Oklahoma
  • Florida State University Wayne State University
  • Indiana University

28
New World Symphony
  • Michael Tilson Thomas

photo by R. Andrew Lepley
29
Columbia University, Manhattan School of Music
and CANARIE Inc.
  • Pinchas Zukerman

30
WSU/FSU Telematic Dance Coaching Session
  • Internet2 advanced networking technologies
    applied to distance learning for dance
  • Enabling schools to collaborate and share
    resources
  • Providing students with access to experts

www.dance.wayne.edu
31
Live Performance
32
Cultivating Communities Dance in the Digital Age
Case Western Reserve and
Cleveland Institute of Music
The Bing Theater, University of Southern
California, Oct 2002
33
Transcontinental Poetry ReadingA Tribute to
Kenneth Koch
  • Live transcontinental reading of Kenneth Koch's
    "Twenty Poems"
  • Seven Internet2 campuses provided
    videoconferencing

Poet Anne Waldman
Virtual Event, April 2003
34
Other Innovative Efforts in Live Performance
  • Adapt collaborative dance project
  • University of Utah
  • Ohio State University
  • Arizona State University
  • University of California, Irvine
  • Florida State University
  • Digital Radio programming
  • University of South Florida
  • University of Washington
  • Screen writers course
  • Bradley University
  • California State University, Los Angeles

35
Advisory and Working Groups
36
Performance Archive and Retrieval
  • A working group jointly sponsored by
  • Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)
  • Internet2
  • Designed to propose standards and best practices
    for documenting, archiving, and retrieving the
    recordings of performances such as live theatre,
    musical compositions, and dance

37
Performance Archive and Retrieval Working Group
  • Produced two white papers
  • Capturing Live Performance Events
    arts.internet2.edu/files/performance-capture(v09).
    pdf
  • Digital Asset Management
  • arts.internet2.edu/files/digital-asset-management
    (v09).pdf)
  • (compiled, edited and authorship contributions by
    University of Michigan intern, Leilani Dawson)

38
Internet2 Performance Arts Advisory Committee
  • Assist in the planning for innovative uses of
    advanced networking in the performing arts that
  • Highlight the gifts of performers and artists
    from our member institutions
  • Highlight capabilities of Internet2
    technology-enabled performances
  • Create best practices guides

39
Humanities Advisory Group
Assist in the planning for innovative uses of
advanced networking in the humanities that
  • Enable research and education in the areas of
    museum education, language learning technologies,
    forensic debates, and history
  • Focus on current activities and future ones that
    might be enhanced by advanced networking
    applications

40
New Communities
  • Museum Community
  • Foreign Language Instruction
  • Archaeology
  • Architecture

41
More Info
  • Ann Doyle
  • adoyle_at_internet2.edu
  • 734.352.7011
  • arts.internet2.edu

42
Voice and Integrated Communications
  • Ben Teitelbaum
  • Program Manager for Voice and Integrated
    Communications

43
Internet2's Secret Sauce
  • Demographics
  • 3.8 million students (tech-savvy, talk a lot,
    adapt easily)
  • And, by the way, they graduate (tech-transfer à
    la email)
  • 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!

44
Religious Principles
  • Voice is strategic
  • Integrate / leverage campus IT assets
  • Metcalfe's Law
  • Paths in the Snow
  • Connect the users
  • Follow the paths in the snow
  • New value and business models will follow

45
Today Connectivity Through 3rd Parties, Campus
Islands, and PSTN
3rd Party Matchmakers(Skype, AIM, YIM, MSN)
Applications
CampusVoIP/VideoSystems
CampusVoIP/VideoSystems
Alice
Bob
PSTN
Network-LayerConnectivity
high-performance, end-to-end IP transit
User
Campus
User
Internet2/GigaPoP/ASP
Campus
Host
Host
46
Evolving Architecture for RTC
AuxiliaryServices
Bridges
Bridges
Bridges
...or...
...or...
Gateways
Gateways
Gateways
Messaging
Messaging
Messaging
...
...
...
Applications
APIs
APIs
Alice
Bob
Codecs
Codecs
P2PTrust / Policy / Encryption
Signaling
Signaling
Location
Location
Rich PresenceServices
Calendaring
Calendaring
...
...
Auth N/Z
Auth N/Z
Damping Middleware
Anti-Spam
Anti-Spam
Directories
Directories
Call Routing
Call Routing
Connective Middleware
Campus-to-CampusTrust / Policy / Encryption
Signaling
Signaling
Presence
Presence
Identity
Identity
Network-LayerConnectivity
high-performance, end-to-end IP transit
User
Campus
User
Internet2/GigaPoP/ASP
Campus
Host
Host
47
VoIP Working Group
  • Web Site
  • http//voip.internet2.edu/
  • Chairs
  • Walt Magnussen, Texas AM University
    wmagnussen_at_ppfs4.tamu.edu
  • Mike Enyeart, Indiana Universityenyeart_at_indiana.e
    du
  • Program Manager
  • Ben Teitelbaum, Internet2ben_at_internet2.edu

48
VoIP WG Charter
  • Umbrella for a variety projects
  • Develop and deploy advanced voice communications.
  • Understand the implications of network
    convergence
  • Improve the scalability, survivability, and
    functional richness of voice communications

49
VoIP WG Accomplishments
  • Workshops
  • VoIP Workshop, September 2004, Austin, TX!!
  • VoIP Workshop, October 2003, Indianapolis, IN
  • VoIP Workshop, April 2002, College Station, TX
  • Projects
  • Emergency Communications (i.e. I911)
  • SIP.edu
  • Voice Disaster Recovery
  • H.323 VoIP Testbed
  • 20 sites peered through H.323 gatekeepers
  • Concluded (but continuing peering relationships)

50
Internet2 Test and Evaluation Centers (ITECs)
  • Provide testing and evaluation services
  • Texas AM ITEC
  • http//itec.tamu.edu/
  • VoIP interop, security, emergency services
  • Contact Walt Magnussen ltwmagnussen_at_ppfs4.tamu.ed
    ugt
  • North Carolina ITEC
  • http//www.nc-itec.org/
  • Abilene backbone engineerings, IPv6, multicast,
    VoIP
  • Contact John Streck ltjps_at_ncstate.edugt

51
SIP.edu
  • Web Site
  • http//voip.internet2.edu/SIP.edu/
  • Project Leader
  • Dennis Baron, MITemail, sip dbaron_at_mit.edu
  • Organization
  • Currently a VoIP WG project
  • Evolving as SIP.edu community builds

52
SIP.edu Architecture (today)
SIP User Agent
IP Voice
INVITE(sipbob_at_bigu.edu)
DNS SRV query sip.udp.bigu.edu
bigu.edu
SIPProxy
SIP-PBXGateway
PRI / CAS
INVITE(sip12345_at_gw.bigu.edu)
sip.udp.bigu.edu IN SRV ...
TDM Voice
telephoneNumberwhere mailbob
Bob's Phone
53
SIP.edu Architecture (real soon)
SIP User Agent
IP Voice, Video, IM, ...
INVITE (sipbob_at_bigu.edu)
DNS SRV query sip.udp.bigu.edu
bigu.edu
SIPProxy
INVITE (sipbob_at_207.75.164.131)
SIPRegistrar
REGISTER(Contact 207.75.164.131)
Bob's SIP Phones
54
SIP.edu Growth
  • Cisco and Avaya partnerships
  • gt8 other schools coming soon

55
Presence and Integrated Communications WG (PIC)
  • Web Site
  • http//pic.internet2.edu/
  • Chair
  • Jeremy George, Yale Universityemail, im, sip
    jeremy.george_at_yale.edu

56
Presence and Integrated Communications
  • Presence
  • Notification of events that facilitate
    communication (Henning Schulzrinne)
  • On-line, Away, Idle, On phone, Out to
    lunch, ...
  • Back to the future?
  • Remember finger, write, who?
  • Presence restores the sense of community that
    existed on timesharing systems
  • Forward to the future!
  • New standards for interoperability and
    scalability
  • User-centric control of presence publication
  • Richer state semantics and automatic triggers

57
Rich Presence Trials
  • Using Internet2 meetings to prototype advanced
    campus services
  • Advanced WiFi infrastructure (location service)
  • Advanced middleware infrastructure (SIP/SIMPLE
    presence agent / location server)
  • Advanced real time communications services
  • Highly-participatory
  • Enthusiastic attendees
  • Distributed trial-dev team
  • Columbia IRT Lab, HP Labs Cambridge, University
    of Pennsylvania, Ford Motor Company, Microsoft,
    ...

58
Rich Presence Enabled Clients
  • WaveThree and Columbia clients (Session, SIPC)
  • Others welcome! (client requirements doc on web)

59
Client Locations (Map View)
  • IP addresses and SIP registry used to map SIP
    URIs
  • Very useful for finding rogue APs too

60
Health Sciences
  • Michael McGill
  • Consultant to Internet2
  • for Health Sciences

61
Healthcare in the Information Age
62
The scope of the Internet2 Health Science
Workgroup includes clinical practice, medical and
related biological research, education, and
medical awareness in the public.
63
Key Health Science Members
  • 86 Academic Medical Centers (AAMC)
  • 130 Health Science related colleges
  • Public Health, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy
  • Affiliate Members
  • NIH, FDA, NSF, NASA, NOAA
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Pharmaceutical Companies (Big Rx)
  • JohnsonJohnson, Pfizer, Eli Lilly
  • TeleHealth
  • Prous Science, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, SUN,
    Polycom, Ford Motor Company

64
Health Sciences Initiative
  • Health Science Advisory Group
  • Working Groups/SIG/BoF
  • Medical Professional .Org
  • Driven by the needs of the medical discipline
  • Information
  • Computation
  • Engineering
  • Technology

OHSU
UIC
NLM NCRR JNJ
Stanford UCSD
Bradley
UTenn
UAB
TAMU UTSW
65
CLINICAL Why Physicians Participate in Internet2
  • Extend the provision of better healthcare
  • TeleHealth (eHealth)
  • National Tumor Board
  • Develop Clinical Skills and Assessment (AAMC
    partnership)
  • Distributed data sharing
  • Electronic Health Record
  • Presence and Integrated Communications (VoIP,
    RFID)
  • Advanced visualization Computer Assisted Surgery
  • Computer Aided Diagnosis
  • Collaboration independent of boundaries
  • Geography Second Opinion Networks
  • Time Learning Technology (Distance Education)
  • Computation Knowledge Management

66
Educators Why Faculty Participate in Internet2
  • Rich resources from student endpoints to
    centralized powerful computation and large
    storage
  • Students absorb multiple channels of information

Dynamic charts
Second screen
lecture
Communal note taking
messaging
Slide courtesy Parvati Dev, Stanford University
67
ResearchersWhy Scientists Participate in
Internet2
  • Internet2 doesn't only save time, it allows
    interactivity in places where that was not
    possible before. I'd call it a quantum leap, if
    I didn't know that physics defines that as the
    smallest change a system is capable of...
    Timothy Poston, Bangladesh

68
Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
Funded by NCRR/NIH Mark Ellisman, PhD,Univ.
California San Diego, SDSC www.nbirn.net
69
EACH BRAIN REPRESENTS A LOT OF DATA
AND COMPARISONS MUST BE MADE BETWEEN MANY (fMRI)
Slide courtesy of Arthur Toga (UCLA)
70
Time Needed to Move Brain Images Across the
Internet
Voxel size 1 mmImaging Technology Current
color MRIData generated 4.5 Megabytes
643 seconds
56 Kbps Modem
36 seconds
Broadband Internet
0.4 seconds
Typical LAN
0.006 seconds
Current Internet2 Record (5.6 Gbps)
71
Time Needed to Move Brain Images Across the
Internet
Voxel size 1 µmImaging Technology Near-future
color fMRIData generated 4.5 Petabytes
1,062,925.17 weeks
56 Kbps Modem
59,523.8 weeks
Broadband Internet
181.7 weeks
Typical LAN
10.6 weeks
Current Internet2 Record (5.6 Gbps)
72
NHII Vision
73
NIH Roadmap nihroadmap.nih.gov
  • What are todays most pressing scientific
    challenges?
  • What are the roadblocks to progress and what must
    be done to overcome them?
  • Which efforts are beyond the mandate of one or a
    fewbut are the responsibility of (NIH as) a
    whole?

E. Zerhouni, M.D.Director, National Institutes
of Health
74
NIH Roadmap Implementation Themes
  • New Pathways to Discovery
  • Research Teams of the Future
  • Reengineering Clinical Research Enterprise
  • National Electronic Clinical Trials and Research
    Network (NECTAR)

75
Health Science Grand Challenge
ltPerson-----Organ-----Tissue-----Cell-----Protein-
----Atomgt (1m) (10-3m)
(10-6m) (10-9m) (10-12m) (10-15m)
       Systems
models Continuum models (PDEs) ODEs
Stochastic models Pathway models Gene
networks  
 
 
Courtesy Peter Hunter, University of Auckland
76
Remote, Real-time Simulation for Teaching Human
Anatomy and Surgery
  • Demonstrate remote, real-time teaching of human
    anatomy and surgery
  • Deliver real-time simulation and visualization
    technologies
  • Network-based architecture will allow for
    multiple high-resolution stereo-graphic displays
    and haptic devices

Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, CA
77
Surgical Planning
  • Pipelines for Morphometric Analysis
  • Surgical Planning
  • Interoperative segmentation
  • Brain atlas
  • fMRI

Funded by NCRR/NIH Ron Kikinis, M.D., Steve
Pieper, Ph.D., Simon Warfield, Ph.D. Brigham and
Womens Hospital, Harvard Medical School
78
TelemammographyNational Digital Mammography
Archive
  • Storage and retrieval of complete clinical
    record
  • Mammographic images
  • Radiology images (DICOM)
  • Pathology reports and related patient information
  • Standard formats using standard protocols
  • Multi-layered security
  • Input and retrieval from multiple locations
  • Measurement Criteria Saving lives!

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Y12
National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Oak
Ridge, TN University of Chicago, Chicago,
IL University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC University of Toronto, Toronto,
Canada
79
Research Team of the FutureCancer Biomedical
Informatics Grid
  • Global Cancer Research Community
  • Grid deployment to Cancer Centers
  • Bioinformatics infrastructure
  • Public data sources

Funded by NCI/NIH http//cabig.nci.nih.gov/ Dav
id States, MD, PhD
80
ONCOMINE
  • Cancer Microarray Database containing close to 50
    million datapoints
  • Data mining tools to efficiently query genes and
    datasets of interest
  • Meta-analyze groups of studies

http//141.214.6.148080/Array1/ Funded by Univ
of Michigan Pathology, Pew Scholars Program,
American Cancer Society, and V Foundation Arul
M. Chinnaiyan, MD, PhD
81
Center for Biologic Nanotechnology
  • Bring together the multiple disciplines to
    develop nanotechnology from conception to human
    trials.
  • Nanotechnology will impact communications,
    information storage, materials sciences and other
    non-biologic applications offering limitless
    opportunities for miniaturization.

http//nano.med.umich.edu/ Funded by NIH, DOE,
NSF, DARPA James Baker, MD
82
The GAP Translational Research
Discipline Community
CS, Math, CSE
Network of Research
Discipline Community
CS, Math, CSE
Healthcare Life Sciences
83
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The Internet2 Commons 201
  • Facts, figures and fantasies
  • Jonathan Tyman

85
The Internet2 Commons
  • Jonathan Tyman
  • Tyman_at_internet2.edu
  • Cheryl Munn-Fremon
  • John Krienke
  • OSU/OARnet
  • Bob Dixon
  • Megan Troyer
  • Gabe Moulton
  • Commons Management Team

86
The Internet2 Commons Mission
  • Promote and facilitate remote collaboration
    throughout the Internet2 research and education
    community by means of innovative and integrated,
    standards-based Internet technologies.
  • Build on useful technologies to create
    collaboration services that are reliable,
    sustainable, scalable.

87
The Internet2 Commons Videoconferencing
Service
  • Goals
  • Accelerate adoption of Remote Collaboration
  • Respond to member input
  • Promote open-standards
  • Make it reliable, sustainable, scalable

The mission of the Internet2 Commons is to
promote and facilitate remote collaboration
throughout the Internet2 research and education
community by means of standards-based, integrated
Internet technologies.
  • Make it EASY for the user
  • Train 100s of site coordinators
  • Make it all workfor 10cents/port minute

88
H.323 Multipoint Videoconferencing
  • Commons H.323 service offers
  • mature technology, accepted standards, multiple
    vendors, installed base
  • Advanced features in multiple MCUs
  • Ad hoc/scheduled conferencing
  • Streaming/archiving of conference
  • Display options galore
  • Firewall traversal
  • Diagnostic tools, and
  • Help! when you need itand before.

89
Communities and Technologies VRVS
90
VRVS

91
Communities and Technologies Access Grid
  • Access Grid

Access Grid
  • Vic.rat
  • Groups
  • venues

sense of common place
92
Communities and Technologies Access Grid
  • Access Grid sharing spaces

93
Communities and Technologies MPEG2
  • Quality Videoconferencing
  • Low latency
  • Mature
  • Free clients
  • P2P or
  • Multicast
  • Michael Tilson Thomas, NWS - Ann Doyle
  • photo by R. Andrew Lepley

94
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95
Complexity? No problem
96
Communications
  • Susan Topol
  • Publications Manager

97
Types of Communications
  • Apps website apps.internet2.edu
  • Printed Infosheets
  • Email newsletters

98
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99
Weekly Showcases
apps.internet2.edu/showcase-archive.html
100
Infosheets
101
Infokit
  • InfoKit provides a complete collection of
    Internet2 information resources, including
    infosheets, network maps, FAQs, PowerPoint
    presentations, and the member list.
  • www.internet2.edu/info/infokit.html

102
Join Our Mailing List!
  • Join our apps_at_internet2.edu mailing list and
    receive our monthly newsletter and announcements
    by sending a request to apps-newsletter_at_internet2.
    edu

103
Contact Us
  • Feature your application, event, researchers,
    awards, etc. on our website
  • Send us your ideas for publications
  • Tell us what types of communications are most
    useful to you

104
More Info
  • Susan Topol
  • stopol_at_internet2.edu
  • 734.352.7007
  • apps.internet2.edu

105
Loaner Equipment Advanced Application Demos
  • Chris Goosman
  • Applications Technician

106
Loaner Equipment
  • One PIG (Personal Interface to the Grid, smaller
    version of the Access Grid Node)
  • 4 Camera/video inputs, 2 VGA outputs
  • Four VBrick 6200 MPEG-2 units
  • Four Internet2 Cakebox units (network monitoring
    boxes)
  • Two NCast Telepresenter units
  • Two DVIP (Digital Video over IP) units (small PC
    with Fujitsu DVIP cards)

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Loan Process
  • Complete online form to request equipment
  • http//apps.internet2.edu/request-form.html
  • University borrowing the equipment pays for all
    shipping expenses
  • Equipment is covered under Internet2 insurance
    policy for shipping to and from your location

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Support
  • Limited technical support
  • Most equipment can be preconfigured, or
    assistance with initial configuration and
    implementation

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Demos Purpose and Kind
  • Demonstrate the value of advanced networking and
    facilitate member collaborations
  • Scientific applications such as e-VLBI
  • Health science applications such as remote
    surgery
  • Performance events
  • Streaming video applications

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Demos Where and How
  • Member Meetings
  • Watch for the Fall Meeting Call for Demos in May!
  • Internet2 Days
  • Demos at the Broadband Summit, Tuesday, April 20,
    500-700pm, Reagan International Trade Center

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More Info
  • Chris Goosman
  • goose_at_internet2.edu
  • 734.352.4991
  • apps.internet2.edu/roadshows.html

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Internet2 Days
Ann Doyle Program Manager for Membership
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Internet2 Days
  • Campus-based events that demonstrate the
    potential of advanced networks
  • Build interest among faculty and staff at member
    institutions for advanced network activities

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Internet2 Days
  • Half or full day events
  • Internet2 provides presenters, equipment,
    communications, and planning resources
  • See Hosting an Internet2 Day
  • apps.internet2.edu/host-Internet2-day.html

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National Internet2 Day
  • Day-long virtual event held on March 18
  • Generate awareness of Internet2 capabilities to
    member institutions
  • Over 25 speakers
  • 38 participating institutions held simultaneous
    local events
  • Over 1000 viewers
  • Planned again for early March 2005
  • events.internet2.edu/2004/Internet2Day/

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More Info
  • Marianne Smith
  • melser_at_internet2.edu
  • 734.352.4976
  • apps.internet2.edu/Internet2-Days.html

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More information
  • Laurie Burnslburns_at_internet2.edu
  • 734.913.4251
  • apps.internet2.edu

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