Shaping Collaboration 2006. Geneva, Switzerland 11 December 2006 Douglas Van Houweling President & CEO, Internet2. Introduction. CERN has been an affiliate member of Internet2 since 1997 Only member outside the United States
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Geneva, Switzerland11 December 2006
Douglas Van Houweling
President & CEO, Internet2
Internet2 fosters the partnerships and collaboration that spurred the development of the Internet.
American Distance Education Consortium
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)
Charles R. Drew University
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Cleveland Institute of Music
Cleveland Museum of Art
Desert Research Institute
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS)
Inter-American Development Bank
Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Library of Congress
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Manhattan School of Music
Merit Network, Inc.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
National Archives and Records Administration
National Institutes of Health
NOAA – Washington, D.C.
National Science Foundation
New World Symphony
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Ruth Lily Health Education Center
Southwest Research Institute
U.S. Census Bureau
United Nations System of Organizations
United States Antarctic Program
United States Dept. of Commerce Boulder Labs
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
University of North Carolina General Administration
The World BankInternet2 Affiliate Members
ARNES (Slovenia)BELNET (Belgium)
CESnet (Czech Republic)
NORDUnet (Nordic Countries)
Qatar Foundation (Qatar)
Stichting SURF (Netherlands)
JISC, UKERNA (United Kingdom)
CERNET, CSTNET, NSFCNET (China)
ERNET, C-DAC (India)
JUCC (Hong Kong)
NECTEC / UNINET(Thailand)
NGI-NZ (New Zealand)
MCIT [EUN/ENSTINET] (Egypt)
TENET (South Africa)
CLARA (Latin America & Caribbean)
CR2Net (Costa Rica)
RNP [FAPESP] (Brazil)
Ford Motor Company
inSORS Integrated Communications
Raptor Networks Technology, Inc
VBrick SystemsInternet2 Corporate Sponsors
EBSCO Information Services
Education Networks of America, Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company
Fujitsu Laboratories of America
HaiVision Systems, Inc.
Hong Kong Cyberport Management Co. Ltd
Motion Picture Association of America
Nippon Telephone and Telegraph (NTT)
Northrop Grumman Information Technology
OCLC Online Computer Library Center
PAETEC Communications, Inc.
Prous Science, S.A.
Red Hat, Inc.
Ruckus Network, Inc.
Star Valley Solutions, Inc.
The Thomson Corporation
V3 Enterprises, Inc.
Warner Bros.Internet2 Corporate Members
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Computation & Storage
Internet2 Network Optical Switching Node
Level3 Regen Site
Internet2 Redundant Drop/Add Site
ESnet Drop/Add Site
ESnet IP core
ESnet Science Data Network core
ESnet SDN core, NLR links (existing)
Lab supplied link
LHC related link
International IP Connections
Internet2 circuit number
ESnet IP switch only hubs
Layer 1 optical nodes not currently in ESnet plans
Layer 1 optical nodes at eventual ESnet Points of Presence
(20)ESnet4 2009 Configuration
Salt Lake City
ESnet SDN switch hubs