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Time: Tuesday, June 8 from 16:00 to 17:30
Location: Main hall
Chair: Robert Jones CERN (CH)

This session has three papers that look at how Grids might evolve. The first paper presents a novel Grid network based on an optical infrastructure using optical burst switching. The challenges this presents are discussed and solutions are proposed. The second talk describes distributed video transcoding using Grid computing and the
Internet Backplane Protocol for accessing remote storage. A model for the optimal scheduling of jobs taking into account the location of the distributed data is presented. The final article explores the
possibilities of offering commercial Grid services that use distributed resources as storage. They call the service they have designed "durable storage".

Presentations in this session:

  Title Speaker  
1. An Optical Network Infrastructure Suitable for Global Grid Computing Anna Tzanakaki, Athens Information Technology (GR)
2. Distributed Encoding Environment Based on Grids and IBP Infrastructure Petr Holub, Masaryk University (CZ)
3. Design of a commercial service based on Grid technologies Eduardo Jacob, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU (ES)

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