What do high-definition video of seafloor volcanoes and avant-garde Japanese digital cinema have in common? They're both examples of the kinds of bandwidth-intensive information that can be streamed live from remote locations, over ultra-fast optical networks.
iGrid 2005, the 4th community-driven biennial International Grid event, is a coordinated effort to accelerate the use of multi-10Gb international and national networks, to advance scientific research, and to educate decision makers, academicians and industry researchers on the benefits of these hybrid networks.
- iGrid Blog
- Transatlantic visualisation
- Who is the network magician?
- We had problems with the circuits at one of network partners
- A fire between New York and New Jersey knocked out a critical link
- Everyone did a great job sharing demo stations preparing for showtime
- There’s an old lesson we had to learn again: Audio is very complicated!
- Yes, we had problems with wireless access in the early part of the week
- GLIF is an international virtual organization that promotes the paradigm of lambda networking