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Time: Wednesday, June 9 from 14:00 to 15:30
Location: Main hall
Chair: Jean-Paul Le Guigner CRU (FR)

Transporting high quality videos, large amount of research data or large streams for collaborative work or GRIDs with the guaranty of End to End bandwith and quality of service is a very stimulating challenge. This session will give insights on leading edge projects like:

CERN Large Hadron Collider experiment on transatlantic 10 Gigabit Ethernet flows (by Brian Martin).

Digital Video on IP: a comparison between DVIP and other means of transporting audio and video (by Bob Riddle).

A talk by Steve Parsley on the VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) network very high bandwith tranfers.

The goal of the session is to provide hints on new designs of architectures and protocols which are used in these projects, and underline main differences with the existing ones under production today. Fulfilling thus the need of attendees to know how the requirements expressed by upcoming greedy applications will be satisfied.

Presentations in this session:

  Title Speaker  
1. Research Channel/Internet2 DVIP Exploration Bob Riddle, Internet2 (US)
2. Ethernet Everywhere: real time networks for the ATLAS experiment Brian Martin, CERN (CH)
3. High Bandwidth, Radio Astronomy Data Transport Steve Parsley, Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE) (NL)
 


   
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