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1 The Internet Education Equal Access Foundation, and the Formation of a Global Information Society: The Global Quilt World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Pan European Regional Ministerial Conference November 9, 2002 Bucharest, Romania Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF (www.ieeaf.org) Vice President and CIO University of Maryland, College Park Tel 301-405-7700; Fax 301-405-0300 drriley@cio.umd.edu http://www.oit.umd.edu/presentations/
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  • 1 The Internet Education Equal Access Foundation, and the Formation of a Global Information Society: The Global Quilt World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Pan European Regional Ministerial Conference November 9, 2002 Bucharest, Romania Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF (www.ieeaf.org) Vice President and CIO University of Maryland, College Park Tel 301-405-7700; Fax 301-405-0300 drriley@cio.umd.edu http://www.oit.umd.edu/presentations/
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  • 2 The Cornerstone of the Information Society is Education and Research Universities and colleges are key to providing the human infrastructure necessary for any country to participate in the global information society They train and educate the young people that are needed to create, operate and maintain the technical infrastructure and applications. They create the base for innovation and entrepreneurship
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  • 3 Strengthen the Cornerstone of Education by Enabling Bandwidth Most universities and colleges in developing countries are severely crippled by totally inadequate bandwidth and connectivity to their colleagues and sister institutions around the country and around the world Public policy and initiatives for the Information Society should start with the universities and colleges and recognize their importance for overall economic development.
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  • 4 New Public-Private Partnerships Needed Global telecomm build-out of technical infrastructure provides new possibilities for economic development Current market conditions have resulted in great capacities which are currently going unused -- cannot be sold. As a matter of social responsibility, this unused capacity could be made available for stimulating future applications and markets -- by donation to use by research and education institutions. Public-private partnerships involving government, universities and private sector are needed
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  • 5 New Public-Private Partnerships Needed The IEEAF represents one such partnership whose goal is to obtain donations of international bandwidth to enable a global collaboration in research and education Current donations have already linked US and Europe, and will soon link US and Asia-Pacific
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  • 6 IEEAF Objectives Act to insure enhance educational access to bandwidth for educational institutions and their academic, research and services/outreach needs. Promote Partnerships with government/private entities/ educational institutions to distribute education content across networks, nations,and on a truly global basis Promote and/or operate a low cost reliable repository of access and network resources and information to achieve these capabilities for educational purposes Perform Asset Management for the Foundation, its members and associates on a global basis for educational purposes "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • 7 IEEAF Strategies To achieve the vision of IEEAF, we intend to create frameworks and alliances between University and other educational leadership groups, industry and political/governmental leaders. Methods of helping IEEAF include donations of physical facilities (co-location and riser space), equipment, licenses to "rights of way","dark fiber" or conduits at selected points of build-out of the US and global fiber-optical network, or wave-lengths. Such donations will be a principal means of connectivity and linkage for educational institutions to conduct teaching and learning. "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • 8 EC/GEANT Strategies Exploiting the cooperative model as a global model to advance global networking for our collective benefit is a challenge worth pursuing!!! Spyros Konidaris. European Commission 21 February 2002 "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • 9 IEEAF Organization Honest Broker Group (IEEAF) Accepting assets Matching Corp assets w/Educational needs Advocate for assets on behalf of Education Granting of assets as Free Use licenses
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  • 10 IEEAF Board of Directors Indiana University International Member John Charles (CSU Hayward) Jerry Hanley (Cal Poly SLO) John Silvester (Univ. of So.Cal) Ed Fantegrossi David Lassner (Univ. of Hawaii) Ron Johnson (Univ. of Washington) Don Riley Steve Corbato Michael McRobbie (TBD) CENIC GEO (Geographic Network Affiliates, Intl.) PI2 (Pacific Internet2 Coalition) P/NG (Pacific/Northwest Gigapop) University of Maryland UCAID (University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development)
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  • 11 GEO builds carrier hotel buildings and supports the IEEAF goals of helping to solve the digital divide. GEO - The Catalyst Government SubmarineFiberTerrestialFiber Universities +
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  • 12 CENIC-GEO MOU led to IEEAF GEO will donate real estate 15K sq.ft. in each of two new International carrier hotels (Hayward/CA, MD/DC) 200 sq.ft. in each of other facilities GEO will get business partners (wet fiber/dry fiber/equipment/etc.) to donate as part of business negotiations
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  • 13 Netherlands Example: Project Glasbak New cable landing: Eemshaven (near Groningen) New telecom carrier hotel: Groningen Zernicke Research Park adjacent to University of Groningen Groningen Internet Exchange (GNIX) New fiber backhaul to major Internet exchanges Essent Kabelcom Amsterdam to Groningen to Hamburg + additional Europe New R&D and Economic Development Opportunities
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  • 14MunicipalityTycom Essent Amsterdam Groningen Hamburg North AmericaAsia Pacific Eemshaven Groningen: Wet meets Dry = Opportunity
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  • 15 Groningen Carrier Hotel: March 2002 February 2001 March 2002
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  • 16 GroNingen Internet eXchange Groningen (Worldwide) Dedicated Connection Client
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  • 17 Groningen Zernicke Research Park
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  • 18 Think Globally Act Locally Strategic Opportunistic
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  • 19 IEEAF Strategies The IEEAF has no boundaries of home territory.. Its mission is a global family -- the Global Quilt fabric "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • AsiaScandinavia Asia Pacific and Australia Central America Europe Central Asia and CIS North America Africa South America The Global Quilt 20
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  • 21 Tyco Global Network and IEEAF Donations Connectivity Donations 622 Mbps POS +10 Gbps
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  • 22 Tyco Atlantic Donation
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  • 23 Tyco Transpacific Donation IEEAF: 622 Mbps POS +10 Gbps Pacific Rim APAN Opportunities
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  • 24 Tyco Telecomm Donation Summary Production R&E Bandwidth: 622 Mbps POS NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) Connects to IEEAF fiber to Amsterdam and Hamburg CA-OR-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Singapore International Lambda: Research 10 Gbps optical wavelength NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) CA-OR-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Singapore Colocation space in NYC for Expanded NY Intl Exchange Pt Colocation space in Oregon and California on US West Coast 200sq.ft. Co-location space in each of global facilities Additional donations as global build-out continues
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  • 25 Global Opportunities
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  • 26 SingaporeSingapore = Current Los Angeles, CA Seattle, WA Portland, OR College Park, MD Santa Clara, CA OsloOslo London-HtrwLondon-Htrw DusseldorfDusseldorf ParisParis IrelandIreland CopenhagenCopenhagen BarcelonaBarcelona BangladeshBangladesh MadridMadrid LisbonLisbon CypressCypress TokyoTokyo Hong Kong TaipeiTaipei SeoulSeoul BeijingBeijing ShanghaiShanghai PhilippinesPhilippines ChennaiChennai MumbaiMumbai BangaloreBangalore THE GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE SITES CSU-HaywardCSU-Hayward RussiaRussia MilanMilan MiamiMiami GenevaGeneva London-StfdLondon-Stfd FrankfurtFrankfurt BerlinBerlin HamburgHamburg GuamGuam Tel Aviv NY-6 th Ave NY-BroadwayNY-Broadway = Future NJ-Wall Township AmsterdamAmsterdam GroningenGroningen RomeRome ViennaVienna MarseilleMarseille HelsinkiHelsinki StockholmStockholm
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  • 27 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative A Global Quilt Project
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  • 28 A Historical Milepost Event Gironingen Global Quilt Meeting: June, 2003 Country Group 1Country Group 2Country Group 3 Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category X GMRE Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category Y GMRE Rural Initiatives Hospitals Major Biomed Centric Region Other Globally Recognized Institutions Independent Research & Data Storage Facilities Globally Recognized Institution Category Z GMRE
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  • 29 Global Quilt Initiative GMRE Initiative - 001 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative Bio-Medicine and Health Sciences Layer 1 Spoke & Hub Sites CN SG MD NL CA JP Layer 2 Spoke & Hub Sites PERTH GHANA Buenos Aires/San Paolo St. Petersburg Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Chenai Navi Mumbai Layer 3 Spoke & Hub Sites BarcelonaGreece
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  • 30 Global Quilt Initiative GMRE Initiative - 001 Global Medical Research Exchange Initiative Bio-Medicine and Health Sciences Layer 1 Spoke & Hub Sites CN SG MD NL CA JP Layer 2 Spoke & Hub Sites PERTH GHANA Buenos Aires/San Paolo St. Petersburg Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Chenai Navi Mumbai Layer 3 Spoke & Hub Sites BarcelonaGreece
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  • 31 Global Quilt Partnership This evolving Global Quilt can be key enabler to reduce/eliminate Bandwidth Divide If we reduce/eliminate the Bandwidth Divide, we will have then enabled bright people around the world to collaborate and to innovate. When you no longer are limited by the bandwidth limitations, then you can focus on what you really need/want to do -- the applications! How can we collaborate to accelerate the development of the Global Quilt and to maximize the benefits?
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  • Http://www.ieeaf.org/GovernmentSubmarineFiberTerrestialFiber + Universities IEEAF Global Quilt
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