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					   IEEAF Update

     August 26, 2003



          David Lassner
Treasurer, IEEAF (www.ieeaf.org)

    Chief Information Officer
      University of Hawaii
       david@hawaii.edu




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New Public-Private Partnerships Needed
• Global telecomm build-out of technical infrastructure
  provides new possibilities for economic development
• Current market conditions have resulted in great
  capacities which are currently going unused -- cannot
  be sold.
• As a matter of social responsibility, this unused
  capacity could be made available for stimulating future
  applications and markets -- by donation for use by
  research and education institutions.
• Public-private partnerships involving government,
  universities and private sector are needed
• We need more synergy and leverage from our
  currently fragmented investments.
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New Public-Private Partnership: IEEAF


• The IEEAF represents one such
  partnership whose goal is to obtain
  donations of international bandwidth to
  enable a global collaboration in research
  and education
• Current donations have already linked US
  and Europe, and as of this meeting, are
  linking US and Asia-Pacific (HDTV
  Demo)
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IEEAF Vision: The Global Quilt


A Network of Networks fabric, “stitched together”
through collaboration and community effort, until it
covers the globe



The IEEAF has no boundaries of “home”
territory…..

               "Non Nobis Solo"
                (Not by ourselves alone)
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 IEEAF - What is it?
• U.S. 501.c.3 Not-for-profit corporation
    http://www.ieeaf.org/
• Formed from original MOU between GEO and CENIC
  (Corporation for Educational Networking in California)

• Vision: Accelerate the global growth of Internet2 to
  achieve "universal educational access” to:
    • Enable and stimulate the rapid expansion of research and
      educational collaboration in many forms between teaching
      and learning institutions around the world.
    • Cultivate and promote practical solutions to delivering
      scalable, universally available and equitable access to
      suitable bandwidth and necessary network resources in
      support of these collaborations.

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IEEAF Organization
     Honest Broker Group (IEEAF)

     • Accepting assets

     • Matching Corp assets w/Educational needs

     • Advocate for assets on behalf of Education

     • Granting of assets as Free Use licenses




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 IEEAF - How does it work?
• Partner with various organizations on
  strategies, specific initiatives
• Leverage global deregulation and new
  entrants into telco business
• Leverage private sector business
  relationships
  • Geographic Network Affiliates, Inc. (GEO)
• Build donations into business deals
  (contracts) as no-cost IRUs

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      GEO - The Catalyst
GEO builds carrier hotel buildings and supports the
IEEA Foundation goals which include helping to solve
the digital divide.
                      Government
                       “The Need”




                            +
                       Universities


    Submarine Fiber                   Terrestrial Fiber
      “The Wet”                          “The Dry”        8
IEEAF - What does it do?
• Gets donated communications assets
• Makes them available to existing
  institutions and networking
  organizations to put to work
• Vehicle: Asset Steward Agreement




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Think Globally   –   Act Locally
Strategic                Opportunistic




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   Successes: The Netherlands Model
• New cable landing: Eemshaven
• New carrier hotel: Groningen
   • Zernicke Research Park adjacent to University of
     Groningen
   • Groningen Internet Exchange (GNIX)
• New fiber backhaul to major Internet exchanges
   • Essent Kabelcom
   • Amsterdam to Groningen to Hamburg
• New R&D and Economic Development Opportunities




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       Groningen Carrier Hotel: March 2002
                        • March 2002



• February 2001




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       Groningen: Wet meets Dry = Opportunity
                            North America                       Asia Pacific

                                 Tyco                          Tyco


                                                       Eemshaven

         Municipality

                                        Groningen                          Hamburg

                                                                  Essent



                                                      Essent
Tyco                    Essent            Amsterdam



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Tyco Telecomm Donation Summary
• Co-location space in NYC for Expanded
  International Exchange Point
• Production R&E Bandwidth: 622 Mbps
   • NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands)
       • Connects to IEEAF fiber to Amsterdam and Hamburg
   • US-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and
     Singapore
• Research 10 Gbps optical wavelength (preemptable)
   • NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands)
   • US-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and
     Singapore
• 200sq.ft. Co-location space in each of global facilities
• Additional donations as global build-out continues
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Tyco Global Network

              Connectivity Donations




               622 Mbps +10 Gbps l



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Tyco Atlantic Donation




                    Put into Service
                    September 2002



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Tyco Northern Europe Donation




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Tyco Southern Europe Donation




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Tyco Transpacific Donation




                      Available last December,
                      622Mbps Debut at Busan!

     Donated,
     Available when lit




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      IEEAF Donations and correlating HEP facilities
        FOM Institute for Atomic                                    The National Institute for Nuclear Physics
         and Molecular Physics                                              and High Energy Physics
            Amsterdam, NL                                                        Amsterdam, NL
                                                                                                                        Z-Tech Facility
                                                                           Univ. of Groningen                           Groningen, NL
                                                                             Groningen, NL                                                              DESY
     Imperial College                                                                                                                              Hamburg, Germany
    Blackett Laboratory
   Department of Physics                                                                                                                           Hamburg Facility
       London, GB                                                                                                                                 Hamburg, Germany

                                                                                                                                          Frankfurt University
                                                                                                                                          Frankfurt Germany
 Univ. College London,
       HEP Group
      London, GB                                                                                                                            Inst. Of Nuclear Physics
                                                                                                                                            Prague, Czech Republic

                                                                                                                                   National Inst. For
Brussels U., Inter-University                                                                                                      Physics & Nuclear
  Inst. for High Energies                                                                                                            Engineering,
    Brussels, Belgium                                                                                                             Bucharest, Romania

                          Meudon Observatory
                                                                                                                                   Univ. of Warsaw Inst.
                                                                                                                                        of Physics
  DAPNIA CEA Saclay                                                                                                                  Warsaw, Poland
Service de Physique des                                                                            LMU, TU
       Particules                                                                               Munich, Germany
 Gif-sur-Yvette, France

                                                                                         Centre de Recherches Nucleaires
            IFIC UVEG                                                                           Strasbourg, France
          Valencia, Spain
                                                                                     Louis Pasteur U. Institute de Recherche
                                                                                                 Subatomiques
            CSIC                                                                              Strasbourg, France
         Madrid, Spain
                                                                                             University of Zurich
                                                                                 Physics Inst. & Inst. for Theoretical. Physics
                                                                                                  Zurich, CH
                                           CIEMAT
                                         Madrid Spain                                           CERN
                                                                               European Organization for Nuclear Research
                                        Inst. Astrophys                                      Geneva, CH
                                         Paris, France
                                                                                         Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon
                                             Univ. Marseille                        Inst. de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon
                     LIP               Centre Physique Particules
               Lisbon, Portugal             Marseille, France
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Navi
Mumbai   Chennai




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New Donations To/In Europe
• 7,000 km fiber pair in Europe:
     NL-BE-FR-CH-DE
    (OC12 until lit)
• Fiber pair: Amsterdam-Groningen-Hamburg
• Fiber pair: UK
• Submarine bandwidth:
  • NYC-UK-Groningen
  • UK-Lisbon
  • UK-Bilbao-Madrid-Valencia-Barcelona-Marseilles

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Tyco Global Network

              Connectivity Donations




               622 Mbps +10 Gbps l



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Tyco Donation Summary
• Committed Assets
   • Production R&E Bandwidth: 622 Mbps
   • Research 10 Gbps optical wavelength (preemptable)
   • 200 sq ft Co-location space in each of global facilities
• Current Fiber Segments in Use
   • US - Netherlands (UK under discussion)
   • US - Japan - STM4 NOW IN USE
• Deployed but Unlit Fiber - Awaiting Business Case
   •   Hong Kong - Local Tyco Staff
   •   Singapore - Local Tyco Staff
   •   Seoul - Tyco in conversations
   •   Shanghai - Tyco seeking partner(s)
   •   Taipei - Tyco seeking partner(s)
• Additional donations as global build-out continues            26
Other IEEAF Activities
• Renewed Commitment to Board Engagement
• Developing New Relationships
• Open Consideration of Architectures --
  Getting Beyond Link-by-Link Approaches
   • Use of Tyco Co-Lo Space?




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