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Home > Program > Session > Future Internet Testbed WG Session
Future Internet Testbed Working Group Meeting - (Room 311)
Chairman : James Williams
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Agenda : 09.00 am - 10:30 am
Moderator: James Williams

Internet2 - AL2S - Eric Boyd (remote)
Title:
Internet2: Building the Next US Innovation Platform - Slides
Abstract:

Internet2 has built the first 100G, SDN-based, nationwide network in the US. Internet2 is working to recreate an environment for innovation in member campuses across the US built on the three pillars of Software-Defined Networking (SDN), 100G, and Science DMZs. This talk will cover Internet2's progress to date and plans going forward for the Internet2 network.


GENI - Mark Berman (remote)
Title:
Supporting Trans-continental Future Internet Experiments through Testbed Federation - Slides
Abstract:

Federation is a basic design and management strategy of the U.S. GENI (Global Environment for Networking Innovation) testbed. As future internet researchers increasingly seek experiment configurations with global extent, federation is again a promising approach. GENI is collaborating with peer efforts worldwide, working from a basis of equality to create federated configurations in support of research collaborations. This talk will report on recent GENI progress and plans, with an emphasis on international federation efforts.


Fed4FIRE (EU) - Piet Demeester (remote)
Title:
Fed4FIRE: Federation for Future Internet Research and Experimentation - Slides
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A federation of experimentation facilities will significantly accelerate Future Internet research. Fed4FIRE is working on open and easily accessible facilities for the FIRE experimentation communities, with focus on fixed and wireless infrastructures, services and applications, and combinations thereof (see also www.fed4fire.eu). It is building further on a number of FIRE projects that were focusing on more specific application areas (e.g cloud computing, wireless networking, sensor networks, smart cities, open flow networks, ...). The project is developing a demand-driven common federation framework, based on an open architecture and specification and leveraging on international developments in the field. This framework will provide simple, efficient, and cost effective experimental processes built around experimenters' and facility owners' requirements. The presentation will give an overview of the Fed4FIRE approach.


John Hicks - Indiana University, Shuji ishi - NICT - Japan
Title: Interdomain OpenFlow path between Japan and US
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We developed OpenFlow controller embedding OESS (Open Exchange Software Suite ) for our OpenFlow testbed "RISE" (Research Infrastructure for large-Scale Experiments). Our RISE controller is based on Trema. In this work, we embedded OESS/OSCARS functions into RISE controller to establish interdomain OpathFlow path. This talk will introduce our controller's architecture briefly, and report experiments using this system



11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Moderator: Shinji Shomojo

Professor Kilnam Chon - KAIST and Keio University
Title:
Future Internet Research and Ecological Internet - Slides
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The Internet is more than 40 years old. There are more than 2 billion Internet users now, and passed the tipping point of 25%. We expect 5 billion users by 2020. It is about time to think about what kind of the global infrastructure the Internet should provide in the coming decades.

The talk covers the future Internet research, which addresses fundamental issues on the Internet for the coming decades. Then, the talk covers what are happening on the Internet around the world, and the talk concludes what we may anticipate on the Internet toward the ecological Internet, which is to harmonize with the human society and the global environment.


Ezra Kissel/Martin Swany - Indiana University (Remote)
Title:
Phoebus and XSP: Enabling High-Performance Data Movement over the WAN - Slides
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Phoebus is a software-based WAN accelerator. XSP is a session-layer protocol that allows for path signaling within dynamic networks. Together, the Phoebus and XSP approach gives data movement applications such as GridFTP the ability to create dedicated paths and improve throughput over WAN links. This talk will discuss the state of Phoebus deployments, performance results, and ongoing efforts in application integration and monitoring.


Sureswaran Ramadass - University Sains Malaysia
Title:
The World of Internet Communications. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
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The Internet is fast evolving into a dimension of its own. Each day sees new technologies and new ideas being ported and moved into the Internet Domain. This Parallel Internet Universe is fast becoming a self contained virtual universe, comparable to the physical planet we sit on today. Most of what we can see and experience in the real physical world today can be moved into this Parallel Internet Universe, with increased flexibility, accessibility and expandability.

This Parallel Internet Universe covers almost very domain in the physical world today, including Social and Society, Commerce and Trading, Cybersecurity, Governance, Communications, Virtualization and Gaming, just to name a few areas. This talk will focus specifically on communications, starting from the past, present and eventually focusing on the future of Communication within this Parallel Internet Universe,

Unified communication and Application Collaboration will now have a new meaning as existing technological boundaries within our physically constrained world are broken down in this virtual world, and what is left is up to the power of the imagination.


Yuuichi Teranishi, NICT
Title:
JOSE: Japan-wide orchestrated sensor testbed for future smart society
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In this presentation, a testbed called JOSE, which is a testbed for smart ICT services that utilizes wide area wireless sensor networks and distributed data centers is introduced. The wireless sensor networks and data centers are connected via wide-area SDN. The smart ICT services means such as smart agriculture, smart buildings, smart structure, smart cities, etc., that are intelligent and effective ICT services on the basis of real-time situation of the real-world.

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