SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013
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Future Network Testbed Enabling Research Projects for International Network Research Testbed Federation Prototype
SESSION: Network Research Exhibition
EVENT TYPE: Network Research Exhibitions
TIME: 10:30AM - 10:45AM
Presenter(s):Jim Chen, Joe Mambretti, Mon-Yen Luo, Te-Lung Liu, Jian Yang, Ronald van der Pol
In the last few years, large scale network research testbeds have been recognized as necessary instruments for many network and computer science and engineering research projects to allow experimentation at scale. Consequently many countries and research communities have built or are in the process of building large scale network research testbeds to address this need. Even as this trend continues, a related initiative is creating a global capability to allow individual network research testbeds to interconnect through federations across the world. In the last few years, a consortium of network research institutions established an initiative to build large scale distributed testbeds and interconnect them to form a large scale heterogeneous network research testbed an International Network Research Testbed Federation Prototype (INRTFP), to provide high degree of comprehensive functionality and resource diversity which cannot be achieved by any individual network testbed. Essentially, this testbed environment is a platform on which a wide spectrum of techniques for science research can be conducted. This SC13 exhibition will demonstrate the current status and capabilities of this testbed and it will show selected 5 research projects that contribute to making this testbed highly diverse, resource rich, multifunctional, and easy to use.
Jim Chen - Northwestern University
Joe Mambretti - Northwestern University
Mon-Yen Luo - National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences
Te-Lung Liu - National Applied Research Laboratories
Jian Yang - University of Science and Technology of China
Ronald van der Pol - SURFnet