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In Search of the Killer App: The Internet2 Experience Douglas E. Van Houweling President & CEO 24 April 2003 Disruptive Innovation, Higher Education, IBM & the Internet NSFNet -> Internet2 NSFNet/Merit partnership – NSF, IBM, MCI, Michigan

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in search of the killer app the internet2 experience

In Search of the Killer App:The Internet2 Experience

Douglas E. Van Houweling

President & CEO

24 April 2003

disruptive innovation higher education ibm the internet
Disruptive Innovation, Higher Education, IBM & the Internet
  • NSFNet -> Internet2
    • NSFNet/Merit partnership – NSF, IBM, MCI, Michigan
      • IBM Research designed and built the core routers – by 1993 had the best technology in the world
      • IBM also sold a proprietary network – SNA
    • November 1993 Westfields meeting
      • Introduce Lou Gerstner to the higher ed community
      • NSFNet panel
      • IBM decision not to productize Internet routers
      • Cisco did not have a backbone networking product
internet2 mission
Internet2 Mission
  • Develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow’s Internet.
internet2 goals
Internet2 Goals
  • Enable new generation of applications
  • Re-create leading edge R&E network capability
  • Transfer technology and experience to the global production Internet
internet2 partnerships
Internet2 Partnerships
  • Internet2 is recreating the partnerships that fostered the Internet in its infancy
    • Industry
    • Government
    • International
additional participation
Additional Participation
  • Over 50 Internet2 Corporate Members
  • Over 30 Affiliate Members
  • Over 30 International Partners
internet development spiral
Internet Development Spiral

Commercialization

Privatization

Today’sInternet

Internet2

Research and

Development

Partnerships

Source: Ivan Moura Campos

what is advanced broadband
What is Advanced Broadband?
  • Multi-megabit in both directions
    • Well beyond today’s 300 kbps
  • Always on and always available
    • Home, work, traveling
  • Services rich
    • Multicast, IPv6, measurement & monitoring
advanced broadband in action14
Advanced Broadband in Action
  • Education
  • Large Companies
  • Small and Medium Enterprises
  • The Home
education media distribution
Education: Media Distribution
  • University-owned PBS stations working on new models of interconnection

University of Washington

Washington State University

education media distribution16
Education: Media Distribution

USC’s Robert Zemeckis Center for the Digital Arts

Super high definition video across Internet2

NTT, UIC, USC

education collaboration
Education: Collaboration
  • Space Physics and Aeronomy Research Collaboratory
  • “Better than being there”
  • Enriches education of next generation of scientists
education k 20
Education: K-20
  • Neptune: A planned “ocean observatory”
education health care simulations
Education: Health Care Simulations
  • California Orthopaedic Research Network
  • Expanding nationally and internationally
  • Focused on training
real time collaboration
Real-time Collaboration
  • You can be everywhere no matter how large or small your enterprise

Duke University

corporations data mining
Corporations: Data Mining

Knowledge-

bases

  • Getting data from disparate sources
  • Real-time and interactive
  • Increase the information flow from customer experiences

Instruments

Grid

Computing

Data sets

People

corporations strategic advantage
Corporations: Strategic Advantage
  • Increased productivity
    • Real-time analysis, discovery, dialogue
  • Enabling new business processes
    • Not just “doing things faster”
  • Strengthen partnerships with universities
  • Leverage and scale global capacity
challenges infrastructures performance
Challenges: Infrastructures & Performance

100 mbps

Harvard

  • The need for infrastructure
  • End-to-End Performance --- realizing the benefit of the advanced infrastructure

HBS (Boston)

1 gbps

NoX GigaPoP

2.4 gbps

Abilene NYC Router

10 gbps

Abilene DC Router

10 gbps

Abilene Atlanta Router

622 mbps

Ampath GigaPoP

45 mbps

NWS (Miami)

challenge
Challenge
  • Cyberinfrastructure built on federated enterprises
    • Security
    • Privacy
    • Trust
  • Answer: Middleware
    • Industry consensus through alliances
    • Internet2 providing key technology in security and privacy space
federated enterprises
Federated Enterprises

Federated trust, privacy, security

Enterprise A

Enterprise B

Enterprise C

Enterprise D

Local authentication

User attribute control

Universal access

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Login Locally, Access Globally

User Interface

User

challenge building a system
Challenge: Building a System

Applications

End-to-end Performance

Security

Motivate

Enable

Middleware

Services

Networks

challenge last mile
Challenge: Last Mile
  • Vision: Gigabit to the home and small businesses
  • Why?
    • End user is the innovator
    • Personal publishing
    • Equal access for all
  • How?
    • Community investment
models
Models
  • Community fiber projects,
    • California: “One Gigabit or Bust”
    • UTOPIA (Utah Telecommunications Open Infrastructure Agancy) – FTTH project in Utah
  • Trends in customer-owned fiber
    • Corporate infrastructure
    • Higher education community
summary30
Summary
  • What should we be doing?
    • Living in the future, being early adopters
    • Cooperation in middleware
    • Facilitate knowledge and technology transfer
    • Where does the high performance Internet reside in the disruptive technology space?
more internet2 information
More Internet2 Information
  • On the Web
    • www.internet2.edu
    • www.internet2.edu/about/lists.html
  • Email
    • info@internet2.edu
    • dvh@internet2.edu