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Internet2 International Collaborations

  Heather Boyles
  Director, International Relations
  heather@internet2.edu
            10 November 2011
        Internet2 Mission and Goals

Develop and deploy advanced network
applications and technologies,
accelerating the creation of tomorrow‟s
Internet.
  • Enable new generation of applications
  • Create leading edge R&E network capability
  • Transfer technology and experience to the global
    production Internet
        University Leadership

200 university members with
commitments from their
Presidents/Chancellors/Rectors
  • 60+ corporate members
  • Over 40 Affiliate Members
     – Government Research Agencies
  • Internet2/U.S. Government: separate but
    interdependent
  • Internet2 International Partner Program
       Internet2 Focus Areas

Advanced Applications
Middleware
Network Engineering
  • End to End Performance

Advanced Network Infrastructure
Partnerships
             Enabling Advanced Applications

                                The Gemini Observatory –
                                Twin Telescopes
                                • An international collaboration (US,
                                Australia, U.K., Canada, Chile,
                                Argentina, Brazil)
                                • NSF funds US participation




Mauna Kea, Hawai‟i, USA



          Cerro Pachon, Chile
              Internet2 Backbone Network:
              Abilene
2.4Gbps upgrading to 10Gbps
Driving deployment of advanced services - native
IPv6, native multicast, measurement
infrastructure, QoS
215 participating
institutions
   • Lead connectors at
     backbone speed

Connect millions of
students, faculty, and
staff
                                                                                                           09 January 2002



                             Abilene International Peering
                              (August 2002)
Pacific Wave                               STAR TAP/Star Light
AARNET,                                    APAN/TransPAC, CA*net3/4 CERN, CERNET, NAUKAnet,
APAN/TransPAC,                             GEMnet, HARNET, HEANET, IUCC, KOREN/KREONET2,
CA*net3,                                   NORDUnet, RNP2, SURFnet, SingAREN, TAnet2
TANET2
                                                                                                               NYCM
SNVA                                                                                                            CA*net3,
GEMNET,Sacramento
                                                                                                               GEANT*,
                                                                                                           Washington
SINET,                                                                                                         HEANET,
SingAREN,                                                                                                    NORDUnet
WIDE
               Los Angeles
LOSA
UNINET
                                                                                          OC3->OC12

      San Diego (CALREN2)                                                                                    AMPATH
      CUDI                                 El Paso (UACJ-UT El Paso)                                      ANSP, REUNA,
                                           CUDI                                                           RNP2, RETINA
* ARNES, CARNET, CESnet, DFN, GRNET, JANET, NORDUNET, RENATER, RESTENA, SWITCH, HUNGARNET, GARR-B, POL-34, RCCN, RedIRIS
          Global Terabit Research Network (GTRN)
          http://www.gtrn.net/

Cooperatively, cohesively managed
intercontinental infrastructure
   • Focus on end to end performance on global basis for
     global science

Initial partners:
   • Europe NREN Consortium/DANTE
   • Internet2

Need global engagement by continent
   • CANARIE (Canada) engaged
   • Asian partnership
             GTRN
              Current Infrastructure
DANTE-provided
router in NYC in
GTRN AS
DANTE-provided
2.5gbps links
across Atlantic to
GEANT
Abilene providing
tunnel between
New York,
(Chicago), Seattle
NSF-funded           Pacific Wave hosting GNAP in Seattle
StarLight will
provide GNAP         Global NOC at Indiana University
          Europe
                highlights


GEANT backbone network
connecting 31 countries
TERENA organization undertaking
middleware deployment issues
Several key global science facilities
in Europe: CERN, radio astronomy
facilities, number of „grid‟ projects
European-wide
              GEANT
              http://www.dante.org.uk

31 countries connecting
10gbps core backbone
   • Connectors at 2.5gbps and
     below
3x2.5gbps across Atlantic
Outreach to SE Europe
(Balkans), Med. (+N.
Africa), S. America
(@LIS-CAESAR), Asia
(TEIN)
                 Europe to US connectivity
                 (June 2002)

Country       Network          BW(mbps)     Interconnect
CERN          CERN             622 + 2500   Star Light/710 NLSD
                               coming
France        RENATER          45           STAR TAP/AADS
Ireland       HEANET           465          NYC/STAR TAP
Netherlands   SURFnet          1244+        Star Light
Nordic        NORDUnet         622          NYC/Star Light
Countries
U.K.          JANET            2500         NYC
Russia        Naukanet (nee    155          STAR TAP
              MIRnet) (NSF
              funded)
Europe        GEANT            7500         NYC
          SURFnet
          http://www.surfnet.nl/

2x622mbps to
StarLight
(production)
Lambda for research
(2.5gbps)
StarLight counterpart
in Amsterdam
                              Source: Erik-Jan Bos
           CERN
           http://www.cern.ch
                                            KPNQWEST
Currently behind
GEANT                                          T3 (21 Mb)
                     CERN - North America, today                 STARTAP
                                                            T3 ATM
Sept 2002:                                    CERN PoP Chicago

DataTag OC48                        STM-1
                                                            STM-1 ATM

(2.4gbps) to                         POS

                                                       STM-1
StarLight                 TEN-155                       ATM
                           ATM
2.5G wavelength to                                             ESNET
Amsterdam               CERN
(NetherLight)        CIXP
                                     Source: Paolo Moroni, CERN
            HEANET
            http://www.heanet.ie

Serves the Irish
universities
Using 2 of several
OC3 (155mbps) links
to peer in NYC
Upgrading backbone
to 155mbps
             NORDUnet
             http://www.nordu.net/

Connects
together networks
of Denmark,
Iceland, Finland,
Norway and
Sweden
Reworking
622mbps to New
York (plus 155 to
StarLight)

Providing transit to RUNNET (Russia), EENET (Estonia), UARNET
(Ukraine) and NASK (Warsaw, Poland)
           JANET
           http://www.ja.net

2.5gbps backbone in UK
Connects MANs –
connecting universities
  • Supporting UK gov‟t funded e-
    Science projects
Utilizing GEANT connection
to peer with Abilene
currently
              Americas
                       highlights


CLARA
  • Comunidad Latino Americana de
    Redes Academicas
  • Chile, Argentina, Brazil leading
    interconnections
  • Driven by opportunity to participate in
    GTRN, European interest
European interest/money
  • @LIS project
      – CAESAR study

Canadian CA*net4 network
coming online
             Americas
                      highlights


Remote instruments
  • Telescopes in Chile
  • Cosmic ray observatory (P. Auger) in
    Argentina
Earth-observation,
environmental, biotechnology
apps
Panama, Costa Rica
Discussions in progress:
Ecuador, Uruguay, Colombia,
Cuba
               Americas Connectivity
               (June 2002)
Country        Network              BW(mbps)   Interconnect
Canada         CA*net3              465+       S.T., Pacific Wave, NYC
Mexico         RED-CUDI             255        Tijuana-San Diego
                                               (CALREN2), Juarez/El
                                               Paso
Chile          REUNA                45         AmPATH
Brazil         RNP2                 45         AmPATH
               ANSP                 45         AmPATH
Argentina      RETINA2              45         AmPATH
Gemini/NOAO    (funding from NSF)   10         SFGP
Puerto Rico    To Abilene-U.S.      45         SFGP
(Arecibo       (funding from NSF)
Observatory)
                AmPATH
                http://ampath.fiu.edu

Florida International
University leads
   • Potential to connect 10
     countries at 45mbps each
   • Peering through Miami
     (collocated with SFGP)
   • Now has some NSF
     funding for workshops
              Mexico
              http://www.cudi.edu.mx
Connecting 41 universities in
México; expected 80
Connecting to U.S.:
- via Tijuana – San Diego
(with transit from CALREN2
to Abilene) at 155mbps
-100mbps between Ciudad
Juarez and El Paso
-“Convenios internacionales”
with CANARIE,
Internet2/UCAID, CENIC,
REUNA, RETINA
             Brazil
             http://www.rnp.br
Rede Nacional de Ensino
e Pesquisa - RNP
•Connecting ~27
Brazilian states at 155
Mbps.

• RNP2 –
AmPATH via DS-3
           Brazil
           http://www.ansp.br
ANSP:
Academic Network at
Sao Paulo


AmPATH via 45Mbps
         Argentina
         http://www.retina.ar

Red
Teleinformática
Académica
Red RETINA:
• Connecting ~25
institutions
• Retina2: via
AMPATH
              Chile
              http://www.reuna.cl
Red Universitaria Nacional –                             Iquique

REUNA                                                         Antofagasta


•10 POP‟s from Arica to                                   Copiapó

Valdivia                                                La Serena
                                  Valparaíso
•155 Mbps ATM/SDH Network                              Santiago
                                     Talca
•Centrally operated from                             Concepción

Santiago                         Valdivia
                                                     Temuco


• Basic Internet and Internet2
services
• REUNA3:                                      Geographical Distribution
                                               of REUNA2 POP’s
Gigabit Backbone Project
            Costa Rica
            http://www.crnet.cr

National Research          • Internet2 connectivity possibly
Network - CRNet            through Los Arcos

 ARCOS 1




                      15
            Asia-Pacific
                   highlights


APAN: Asia-Pacific
Advanced Network
  • See next week‟s meeting!

Several national networks
moving to 10Gbps
Trans Eurasia and Trans
Pacific connectivity
increasing
              Asia to US connectivity
              (July 2002)

Country     Network           BW(mbps)   Interconnect
APAN/US     TransPAC          622        Tokyo to P. Wave
                              622        Tokyo to Star Light
Australia   AARNET            310        Pacific Wave
China       CERNET            10?        STAR TAP
Korea       KOREN/KREONET2 45            STAR TAP
Japan       SINET             155        Abilene, Sunnyvale
Japan       WIDE (JGN IPv6)   155        Abilene, Sunnyvale
Japan       GEMNET            33         Ab/Sunny. – STAR TAP
Singapore   SingAREN          27         STAR TAP, Sunnyv.
Taiwan      TANET2            155        Pacific Wave
Thailand    UNINET            10?        Abilene, LA
APAN Network – today & near
future




               Hawaii
              TransPAC
              http://www.transpac.org

From 155mbps
to…
  • OC-12 POS
    Seattle (Pacific
    Wave) to Tokyo
  • OC-12 ATM
    Chicago
    (StarLight) to
    Tokyo
  • Together 1.244
    Gbps Tokyo to
    the US
  • Funding from
    US NSF
               Pacific Wave
               http://www.pacificwave.net/

Project of the Pacific
NorthWest Gigapop
2 gigE switches in telco hotel
(Westin Building) in Seattle
Interconnecting AARNET,
Abilene, CA*net3, DREN,
ESNET, TANET2, TransPAC
others
        Asia-Pacific
               what’s coming up?

CJK Hub
  • Genkai project – GbE between Japan and Korea
  • Korea – China link?
TEIN
  • Korea to France link
  • 45mbps
  • RENATER managing, European Commission
    interested in taking on broad European context
       Summary

Leading-edge, high-performance
network infrastructure is being put in
place to support science, research,
teaching and learning in countries
around the world
As a global community, we need to
work even more closely together to
ensure support for global applications on
an end to end basis
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