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Title: Movies on the Internet: Fast Forward


1
Movies on the Internet Fast Forward
  • ACCELERATING CHANGE IN THE INFORMATION ECONOMY
  • Center for Management in the Information Economy
  • The Anderson School at UCLA
  • Gary R. Bachula, Vice President, Internet2

8 February 2001
2
Internet2 Member Universities
185 universities as of January 2001
3
Internet2 Corporate Partners
  • 3Com
  • Advanced Network Services
  • Alcatel
  • Ameritech
  • ATT
  • Cabletron Systems
  • Cisco Systems
  • IBM
  • ITCDeltacom
  • Lucent Technologies
  • Marconi
  • WorldCom
  • Microsoft
  • Newbridge Networks
  • Netcom Systems
  • Nortel Networks
  • Qwest Communications
  • SBC Communications
  • WCI Cable

4
Internet2 Corporate Sponsors
  • Bell South
  • Compaq
  • Ericsson (formerly Torrent Networking
    Technologies)
  • Litton Network Access Systems
  • Novell
  • SBC Technology Resources
  • StorageTek

5
Internet2 Corporate Members
Alcatel Telecom Apple Computer AppliedTheory
Communications Bell Atlantic British
Telecom Deutsche Telekom Fujitsu Laboratories of
America GTE Internetworking Hitachi IXC
Communications KDD Motorola Nexabit
Networks Nokia Research Center NTT
Multimedia Pacific Bell
Project OXYGEN RR Donnelley Siemens Sprint Sun
Microsystems Sylvan Learning Tachyon Telcordia
Technologies (formerly Bellcore) Telebeam Teleglob
e TransMedia Communications VTEL Williams
Communications Grp. Worldport
Communications Inc.
6
Internet2 and the Next Generation Internet
Initiative
Internet2
NGI
Federal agency-led
University-led
Developing education and research driven
applications
Agency mission-driven and general purpose
applications
Building out campus networks, gigaPoPs and
inter-gigapop infrastructure
Funding research testbeds and agency research
networks
Interconnecting and interoperating to provide
advanced networking capabilities needed to
support advanced research and education
applications
7
Internet2 International Partners
  • AAIREP (Australia)
  • APAN (Asia-Pacific)
  • ARNES (Slovenia)
  • BELNET (Belgium)
  • CANARIE (Canada)
  • CESnet (Czech Republic)
  • CUDI (Mexico)
  • DANTE (Europe)
  • DFN-Verein (Germany)
  • Fundacion Internet 2 Argentina (Argentina)
  • GIP RENATER (France)
  • GRNET (Greece)
  • HEAnet (Ireland)
  • HUNGARNET (Hungary)
  • INFN-GARR (Italy)
  • Israel-IUCC (Israel)
  • JAIRC (Japan)
  • JISC/UKERNA (UK)
  • NORDUnet (Nordic countries)
  • POL-34 (Poland)
  • RCCN (Portugal)
  • RedIRIS (Spain)
  • RESTENA (Luxembourg)
  • REUNA
  • SingAREN (Singapore)
  • Stichting SURF (Netherlands)
  • SWITCH (Switzerland)
  • TAnet (Taiwan)
  • TERENA (Europe)

8
Internet2 Mission
  • Develop and deploy advanced network applications
    and technologies, accelerating the creation of
    tomorrows Internet.

9
Internet Development Spiral
Commercialization
Privatization
ANS/Core
MichNet
PSI
Todays Internet
AOL
SURANet
UUNet
InternetMCI
NYSERNet
ANS
NSFNet
ARPANet
GigaBit Testbeds
Intelligent Networks
NGI
MBone
Internet2
Research and
Partnerships
Development
10
Internet2 Goals
  • Re-create leading edge RE network capability
  • Enable new generation of applications
  • Transfer technology and experience to the global
    production Internet

11
Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • New Network Technologies Middleware
  • Advanced Applications

12
Abilene Core autumn 2000
Seattle
New York
Cleveland
Indianapolis
Sacramento
Washington
Denver
Denver
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Houston
13
Network Architecture
14
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15
Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • New Network Technologies Middleware
  • Advanced Applications

16
New Network Technologies
  • Quality of Service QBone
  • http//www.internet2.edu/qbone/
  • Scalable IP Multicast
  • http//www.internet2.edu/multicast/
  • IPv6
  • Distributed Storage I2-DSI
  • http//dsi.internet2.edu/
  • Digital Video I2-DV
  • http//dv.internet2.edu/

17
Middleware
  • A layer of software between the network and the
    applications
  • Authentication
  • Identification
  • Authorization
  • Directories
  • Security

18
Internet2 Focus Areas
  • Advanced Network Infrastructure
  • New Network Technologies Middleware
  • Advanced Applications

19
Internet2 Applications
  • What are I2 applications?
  • They deliver qualitative and quantitative
    improvements in how we conduct research and
    engage in teaching and learning
  • They require advanced networks to work

20
Different Disciplines/Contexts
  • Sciences
  • Arts
  • Humanities
  • Health care
  • Business/Law
  • Administration
  • Library
  • Classroom
  • Clinic
  • Office
  • Laboratory
  • Dorm room

21
Virtual Laboratories
  • Real-time access to remote instruments
  • University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
    Supercomputing Center 3-D Brain Mapping

22
Virtual Laboratories
  • Real-time access to remote instruments
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel
    Hill Distributed nanoManipulator

23
Virtual Laboratories
  • Mauna Kea Observatories
  • AURA
  • University of Hawaii

24
Digital Video
25
Digital Video Applications
  • Broadcast TV quality videoconferencing
  • Both live distribution and on-demand access to a
    variety of content
  • HDTV-based digital cinema, network-based studio
    production,

26
High Definition Television/IP
  • Studio grade (200 mbps UDP/stream)
  • Collaboration of university of Washington
    (research channel and pacific/northwest GigaPoP)
    and Sony
  • Connectivity partners have included NTON, HSCC,
    and Abilene
  • Raw HDTV/IP (1.5 Gbps) coming soon (Tektronix)

27
Music Teaching University of Oklahoma
28
ResearchChannel University of Washington
  • www.researchchannel.com
  • Live and on-demand video
  • HDTV over Internet2 demonstrations

29
C-SPAN Northwestern University
  • Live encoding of C-SPAN channels
  • On-demand access for the previous 30 days

30
Visual History Foundation
  • www.vhf.org
  • Over 50,000 interviews of Holocaust survivors
  • Digitized as over 250,000 hours of MPEG1 video
    stored on a network accessible server
  • A resource for tolerance education

31
Animations and Immersive Environments
32
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33
Telecubicle
  • Brown University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of North Carolina
  • Advanced Network Services

34
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35
Informedia Examples
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • www.informedia.cs.cmu.edu

36
Face Recognition
37
Similar Shapes/Content
38
Movies on the Internet?
39
Movies on the Internet? Bandwith Will Not be
Limiting
40
Download of The Matrix
41
Whats Possible?
  • Downloading, Streaming
  • Hollywood to Theater Distribution
  • Networked Production Facilities

42
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