Jacqueline Brown University of Washington Pacific Northwest Gigapop Internet2 Spring Meeting Arlington, VA USA April 8, 2003 Pacific Wave International Peering Participants at the Pacific Wave peering exchange can… Peer directly with major R&E networks worldwide;
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University of Washington
Pacific Northwest Gigapop
Internet2 Spring Meeting
Arlington, VA USA April 8, 2003
Participants at the Pacific Wave peering exchange can…
Pacific Wave is also a recommended exchange point for peering with the Abilene/Internet2 network.
Located in SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
The Pacific Northwest Gigapop is the Internet2 Point of Presence in the U.S. Pacific Northwest for the Abilene Network.
Courtesy S. Corbato and Internet2
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An ATM free zone! Redundant Gigabit Ethernet switch architecture provides two subnets and 128Gbps throughput. Multicast enabled with PIM-SM snooping.
Cable & Wireless
Research and Education Organizations
Public Service Organizations
Infectious Disease Database & Management
High Definition TV Broadcasting over IP
Atmospheric Sciences & Weather Forecasting
Scholarly Research on Rare Writings
Research & Education Networks at Pacific Wave: April 2003
More information about reachable networks at
Slide Courtesy of Internet2
DREN – U.S. Defense Research and Engineering Network
ESNet – U.S. Energy Sciences Network
AT&T Broadband Cable Internet
Siemens Medical Solutions Health Services Corporation (Pointshare)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
Plus Major Research Universities of
Washington, Alaska, Idaho, Montana; and Portland Research & Education Network
a project of UCAID
Participants are non-profit advanced regional network organizations dedicated to advancing research and education in the United States
The Quilt Peering Initiative
Identifying and establishing regional, national, and international peering arrangements
In cooperation with IEEAF and Tyco, service design and implementation planning for a significant trans-Pacific circuit donation are underway today between these research and education groups:
More Information will be provided as available.