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Live Transpacific High Definition Videoconferencing: A Noteworthy Keynote

Time 05/04/05 08:45AM-10:00AM

Session Abstract

At 8:30pm Pacific time on January 17, 2005, Prof. Larry Smarr of the University of California San Diego began his keynote address from Seattle, Washington to hundreds of dignitaries attending the JGNII symposium held in Osaka, Japan where the local time was 1:30pm on January 18, 2005. In this produced event, Prof. Smarr used technology and media (ResearchChannel 1.5Gbps uncompressed high-definition video conferencing over IEEAF/PNWGP/WIDE/JGNII 10Gbps trans-Pacific links) that was the subject of his presentation, "Using OptIPuter Innovations to Enable LambdaGrid Applications." Application, networking, and administrative staff from several international networking and research groups cooperatively designed, planned, and executed this significant event.

This presentation will discuss all behind-the-scenes facets of this production (technical, operational, management) and will highlight the critical role of integration and communications across each of these functional areas. We will discuss the production process, what worked, what didn't work and give our predictions on the evolution and future of what we believe will be many, many more joint efforts such as this.

Speakers

Speaker Jan Eveleth Pacific Northwest GigaPoP

Speaker Akira Kato WIDE

Speaker Katsuyuki Hasebe NICT

Presentation Media

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Speaker Jan Eveleth Pacific Northwest GigaPoP

Speaker Pavel Farkas Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice

Secondary tracks Advanced Applications and Technologies Collaborations Network Planning and Engineering

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