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Evaluations and Demonstrations of High Performance 40-to-100 Gbps IPv4/IPv6 Disk-to-Disk File Copying, Memory-to-Memory Transfer, Ultra Large Transfer, and Access Tools and Methods Across LANs & WANs
SESSION: SCinet Research Sandbox Experiment Results
EVENT TYPE: Research Sandbox
TIME: 11:30AM - 11:45AM
ABSTRACT: During SC11, the 100 G Consortium and its several partners will:
• Demonstrate multiple architectural approaches, tools, and methods related to using 100 Gbps channels across multiple LAN and WAN environments using devices from multiple vendors integrating available components and emerging beta components not yet commercialized.
• The WAN environment, which is still being designed, will include a 100 Gbps channel that will be established between the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) on the East Coast, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and the StarLight International/National Communications Exchange in Chicago.
• At this time, options for extending this 100 channel from StarLight to SC11 in Seattle are still being explored. However, if a single 100 Gbps channel between those sites cannot be established, this initiative will depend on multiple 10 Gbps channels.
• In the Washington DC area, NASA/GSFC’s High End Computer Network (HECN) will be connected by multiple 10 Gbps paths to a high performance MAX DWDM switch that will utilize alien wave techniques to establish a 100 Gbps lightpath on the National Lambda Rail from the east coast through Pittsburgh to a DWDM device at the StarLight facility.
• In Chicago, the International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR) at Northwestern University, will provision dedicated multiple 10 Gbps channels from high performance edge switches and servers to an aggregation 100 GE L2 switch based on the recently finalized IEEE standards. This switch will be interconnected by 100 GE to the WAN DWDM switch at StarLight.
Joe Mambretti - International Center for Advanced Internet Research