Resource Allocation Subcommittee Meeting On August 25, 2005 in Taipei Kazuyoshi MATSUMOTO email@example.com National Institute of Information and Communications Technology Meeting Agenda 1) Status Report 2) NICT’s Japan-China link 3) Network Demonstrations 4） TransPAC2 Inauguration Ceremony 5) TEIN2 Tokyo Meeting 6) APII Workshop 2005 7) A.O.B. 1) Allocation Status Report Current Projects: 42 (+1 from Previous meeting) APAN AIs : 65 Institutes (+0 from previous meeting) APAN PIs : 23 Institutes (+0 from previous meeting) See http://allocation.apan.net/status/ for current projects and also http://allocation.apan.net/docs/apan-ai.html for APAN AIs New project title: Tele-conference experiment with Ruff Systems HDV (HDV IP transmission) between China and Japan Abstract of project: Connecting between China (CNIC and/or Space Forecasting Center) and Japan (NICT) with bi-directional live HDV tele-conference application Period of usage: June 13 to Dec. 12 , 2005 Protocol: IPv4 For Research Europe organizatio n etc. Research Soul IX organizatio For Asia n etc. and the KOREN Busan Tokyo 2) NICT’s Japan-China link countries in the IX IX Pacific Fukuoka For the Ocean (Kyushu) US and KJCN IX ... For Asia and Europe 1Gbps - the countries in the Pacific Ocean Rep. of Korea C band Japan C/Ku band hub earth stations New Japan-China Link 2-Gbps Hong Kong XP for CERNET and CSTNET Thailand Vietnam Philippines Ku band Malaysia APII: Asia-Pacific Information Infrastructure Sri Lanka KJCN : Korea Japan Cable Network IX : Internet eXchange Singapore Indonesia KOREN : KOrea Advanced REsearch Network •2-Gbps Link between Tokyo Ohtemachi and Hong Kong •CERNET 1-Gbps and CSTNET 1-Gbps •MoUs of Joint Research Activities with NICT 1 CNIC, Chinese Academy of Science 2 Tsinghua University •Call for using the link. Contact to firstname.lastname@example.org •10-Gbps JGN2 International link between Japan and US has also been running since August 1, last year. 3) Network Demonstrations Between Japan and China From June 13, 2005, we started using this new link for a Tele-conference experiment with Ruff Systems HDV (HDV IP transmission) between China (CNIC and/or Space Forecasting Center) and Japan (NICT) in a bi-directional live HDV tele-conference application. This experiment will end on Dec. 12, 2005. Using the HDV tele-conference system, we can discuss research subjects, such as remote sensing and space weather, using detailed charts or images. We also plan to hold a joint workshop between China (CAS) and Japan (NICT) this autumn. Between Japan and Korea •From the 16th to 21st of May 2005, a demonstration of Ruff Systems HDV (HDV IP transmission) and IP control car at KOBA 2005/e-messe Kanazawa was held by NICT. In Kanazawa (e-messe Kanazawa), we installed a HDV camera with a Ruff sender/receiver and an IP control car circuit. In Okayama and Tokyo, we installed a HDV camera with a Ruff sender/receiver at each site. Then, from Seoul (KOBA 2005), we showed that we can control the camera stage (panning and tilting) and select HDV cameras. We also showed that we can race in Kanazawa and Seoul with IP control cars in Kanazawa. •On September 5, 2005, NICT will hold network demonstration using Polycom between a primary school in Mitaka-city, Tokyo, Japan, which has been designated the “Intelligent Community of the Year 2005” and a venue in Korea to conduct cultural exchange between Korea and Japan, where the presenter will be Ms. Yumi NAKAYAMA, Journalist with Asahi Shimbun. 4) TransPAC2 Inauguration Ceremony Date: April 2, 2005 Venue: ANA Tokyo HOTEL Video of 11 minutes will be played later in coffee break. 5) TEIN2 Meeting in Tokyo Date: July 20,21, 2005 Venue: Tokyo Dome Hotel NII, MAFFIN and NICT will make a tight cooperation for links between TEIN2 network and TransPAC2. In front of KAMINARIMON in Asakusa near 21st APAN meeting venue 6) APII workshop 2005 Date: Sept. 5 and 6, 2005 Venue: Grand Intercontinental Hotel and COEX in Seoul This will be held during the period of the 32nd APECTELWG in Seoul. See http://www.apiicc.org/ 7) A.O.B.