Fall 2008 Internet2 Member Meeting

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GENI Network Planning and Engineering

Time 10/15/08 03:00PM-04:00PM

Session Abstract

The Global Environment for Network Innovation (GENI) is a US national-scale facility for conducting network science and engineering research, now in its design and planning phase. This talk will go over the concepts behind GENI, and provide details on the first year's engineering plan, highlighting areas of interest to Internet2 members. GENI will include infrastructure with a national footprint, that researchers can utilize to build networking experiments without being tied to the technologies or protocols of today's Internet. GENI will allow organizations with varied resources to federate with other organizations in a global networked environment that includes academia and industry. The facility will be interconnected with the Internet at several places, both to allow researchers to access their experiments and to allow general Internet users to participate in experiments.

Speakers

Speaker Michael Patton GENI Project Office

Speaker Heidi Picher Dempsey GENI Project Office

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail GENI Spiral 1 (pdf)

Speaker Bob Noe Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS)

Speaker Michael Patton GENI Project Office

Speaker Heidi Picher Dempsey GENI Project Office

media item thumbnail GENI Spiral 1 (pdf)

Speaker Michael Patton GENI Project Office

Secondary tracks Network Planning and Engineering

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