Winter 2009 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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100G Update

Time 02/03/09 08:30AM-08:40AM

Session Abstract

In November 2008 Internet2 announced a cooperative agreement with Infinera Networks, Level(3) Communications, Juniper Networks, and ESnet to jointly operate a 100Gbps testbed on an aggressive schedule. As end-systems become more powerful, as campus architectures migration to 10G cores, and as backbone edge connections move beyond 10Gbps, there is a need to keep pace with growth within the network core. This talk will provide an update to those discussions and some details on the proposal."

Speakers

Speaker Chris Robb Internet2

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail 100GigE Update (pdf)

Speaker Vincent Bonafede Brookhaven National Laboratory

Speaker Chris Robb Internet2

Session Media

media item thumbnail 100G Update Netcast Archive In November 2008 Internet2 announced a cooperative agreement with Infinera Networks, Level(3) Communications, Juniper Networks, and ESnet to jointly operate a 100Gbps testbed on an aggressive schedule. As end-systems become more powerful, as campus architectures migration to 10G cores, and as backbone edge connections move beyond 10Gbps, there is a need to keep pace with growth within the network core. This talk will provide an update to those discussions and some details on the proposal." media item thumbnail 100G Update Netcast Archive In November 2008 Internet2 announced a cooperative agreement with Infinera Networks, Level(3) Communications, Juniper Networks, and ESnet to jointly operate a 100Gbps testbed on an aggressive schedule. As end-systems become more powerful, as campus architectures migration to 10G cores, and as backbone edge connections move beyond 10Gbps, there is a need to keep pace with growth within the network core. This talk will provide an update to those discussions and some details on the proposal."