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GLORIAD

The Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development rings the northern hemisphere of the earth in an ambitious effort to link with advanced network services the R&E communities of the six organizing nations – China, US, Russia, Korea, Netherlands and Canada - with the broader global R&E community. Currently providing 155-, 622- and 2500-Mbps circuits around its path, GLORIAD received in late December, 2004 a five-year US funding commitment from the US NSF (as part of an international package of funding with its partners) to develop a hybrid (layer-1, -2, -3) network, aiming for multiple 10 Gbps wavelengths around the earth by 2008.

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Speakers

  • Greg Cole, UT-ORNL Joint Institute for Computational Science (US)

This presentation is part of session New Intercontinental Connectivity.

 


   
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