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The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation IEEAF Global Quilt Update Internet2 Fall Member Meeting

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  • The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation IEEAF Global Quilt Update Internet2 Fall Member Meeting September 19, 2005 Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF (www.ieeaf.org) SURA IT Fellow Professor, Decision Information Technologies Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland, College Park Tel 301-405-8855; Fax 301-405-8655 Home Office/Mobile: 240-683-4564 [email protected] Copyright IEEAF, 2005. This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non- commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the author. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the author.
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  • 2 1 June 2005 New Public-Private Partnership: IEEAF The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation (IEEAF) is a partnership between the Research and Education Community and the Private Sector whose goal is to obtain donations of international bandwidth to enable a global collaboration in research and education.The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation (IEEAF) is a partnership between the Research and Education Community and the Private Sector 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 US and Asia-Pacific.Current donations have already linked US and Europe, and US and Asia-Pacific. This bandwidth helps enable global collaborations in research and education, in the true spirit of the Global Quilt Initiative.This bandwidth helps enable global collaborations in research and education, in the true spirit of the Global Quilt Initiative.
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  • 3 1 June 2005 IEEAF Vision: The Global Quilt A Network of Networks, stitched together to create a common single fabric, and shared equally by all. This will be achieved through collaboration and community effort, until it covers the globe. The IEEAF has no boundaries of home territory.. "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone) (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • 4 1 June 2005 7600 km 9300 km 17 Time Zones 10 Gbps + 622 Mbps 10 Gbps + 622 Mbps IEEAF Global Quilt Initiative
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  • 5 1 June 2005 IEEAF Donation Summary 10 Gbps (OC-192 wavelength) plus separate 622 Mbps STM-1. New York - London - Groningen (Netherlands) Seattle - Tokyo Fiber pair: from Tyco Cable Station Groningen to Amsterdam, and to Hamburg co-location facility Fiber pair: Hamburg facility to 379 Weinderstrasse carrier hotel, where German rings meet Fiber pair: UK 8,000 miles of trans-USA fiber donated by AT&T to the Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) as SURA-IEEAF partnership Submarine bandwidth in motion: To Lisbon UK-Bilbao-Madrid-Valencia-Barcelona-Marseilles To Copenhagen and St. Petersburg A new 10 gigabyte trans-Atlantic connectivity which GEO will use specifically for telemedicine and HEP initiatives.
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  • 6 1 June 2005 More Donations Pending The IEEAF is currently in negotiations for multiple pending donations that if successfully concluded will double the size of the Global Quilt Initiative and span all time zones. Negotiations for donations are being supported by a global community of Research and Education Visionaries: to Southeast Asia in Eastern Europe to Scandinavian/Nordic countries to Africa to India and South Asia
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  • 7 1 June 2005 Recent Global Collaborations over IEEAF Links 2005.01.18 Presentation by Prof. Larry Smarr for JGN Symposium over uncompressed HD Video Conference, Seattle-Osaka 2005.01.14 International Collaboration results in successful transfer of Huygens space probe data from Australian telescopes to the Netherlands http://mail.canarie.ca/MLISTS/news2005/0134.html 2004.11.09 Supercomputing 05, Pittsburgh. Internet2 Single and Double Stream TCP Land Speed Record. http://data-reservoir.adm.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/lsr/ http://members.internet2.edu/newsletter.cfm?date=2005-01-01#18
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  • 8 1 June 2005 Partnerships Create Donations Were here to help any community trying to establish educational networks Were successful because of the partnerships with leaders who share our vision Its the partnerships that make it happen. Joining hands completes the ring.. A network of networks.... Community to community and village to village... The Global Quilt
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  • 9 1 June 2005 IEEAF Partnership with WIDE Jun Murai, Keio University and WIDE Project: Asset Steward of IEEAF Trans-Pacific Link from Seattle to Tokyo Established open Tokyo Lambda Exchange (T-LEx) Extending beyond Tokyo KEIO SFC Univ. of Tokyo NTT/KDD To: Osaka To: JAIST JAIST Osaka Kyushu NAIST To Korea To IEEAF/US To IEEAF/Asia (in plan) Geographical Map of Dark Fiber for IEEAF in Japan (as of Oct. 2003) Connected site DF TITECH 10Gbps over SONET/SDH
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  • 10 1 June 2005 Thailand Regional Initiative: Next Generation Internet Announced by H.E.Dr. Surapong Suebwonglee, Minister of ICT, Thailand January 26, 2005
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  • 13 1 June 2005 International Connectivity, Open R&E Exchanges, and International Peerings
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  • 14 1 June 2005 AtlanticWave IEEAF partnering with SURA, FIU- AMPATH-WHREN, MAX, SoX/SLR, Internet2/MANLAN, and the Academic Network of Sao Paulo (ANSP) to establish AtlanticWave AtlanticWave is an International Peering Fabric along the East Coast US, Canada, Europe, South America Plus. Distributed IP peering points: NYC, WDC, ATL, MIA, SPB
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  • 15 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) Significant Broadband Access Enables Significant International Collaboration in Research and Education Leads To Empowerment and Economic Development
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  • 16 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) African Collaboration Initiative IEEAF Donations 10 Gig and STM-4 17 Time Zones TokyoHamburg Atlantic Wave ThaiREN WHREN
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  • 17 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) Significant Broadband Access Enables Significant International Collaboration in Research and Education Leads To Empowerment and Economic Development The Issues: In-Country PTT Protectionist Issues Local Domestic Politics Consortium Submarine Cable Operators Seasoned Monopoly Missing International Business Drivers Sustainability
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  • 18 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) The Plan: Bring to bear our experience with 17 time zones of critical mass success in bandwidth donations. Add a team with historical knowledge of projects, participants and government relationships. Team together International Telecom Knowledge and their Relationships with global multinational telecom opportunities and barter. Establish the beach head Set-up Hub and Spoke Design -- the first Quilt patch. Significant Broadband Access Enables Significant International Collaboration in Research and Education Leads To Empowerment and Economic Development
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  • 19 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) STEP ONE: Submarine Cable Landing Site To First University Asset Steward Exchange Point
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  • 20 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION STRATEGIC PLAN: Leverage NSF funding for link to Africa Step One Step Two Asset Steward Hub and Spoke to neighboring country design project Terrestrial Fiber plan solution from CHE to University Submarine Cable Plan from Amsterdam to Portugal to Senegal and Ghana Collaboration with defined African Research Initiatives
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  • 21 1 June 2005 TEP IEEAF Asset Steward Technology Exchange Point (TEP) Second Phase of donators network to neighboring countries R & E Community Global Medical Research Exchange (GMRE) Neutral Exchange Submarine Cablehead End Building Donated Backhaul Dark Fiber International and National Neutral Exchange Facility Telecom Fiber Donators Facility Space Carrier Neutral Exchange Facility Content Services Servicing African R&E Institutions and Government Projects Global Telemedicine Initiatives AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) U U H U University Key H Hospital
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  • 22 1 June 2005 AFRICAN GLOBAL QUILT INITIATIVE COLLABORATION INTERNET EDUCATIONAL EQUAL ACCESS FOUNDATION (IEEAF) STEP TWO: HUB AND SPOKE EXPANSIONS: Border country telecom donations linking back to the newly established international exchange point with IEEAF University Asset Steward at sub-cable landing
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  • 23 1 June 2005 LIBYA EGYPT TUNISIA NIGER CHAD SUDAN ALGERIA MOROCCO MALI WESTERN SAHARA MAURITANIA IVORY COAST LIBERIA TOGO BENIN SIERRA LEONE BURKINA FASO GUINEA NIGERIA GUINEA BISSAU THE GAMBIA CAMEROON CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC CONGO GABON EQUATORIAL GUINEA ANGOLA TANZANIA ETHIOPIA KENYA UGANDA RWANDA SOMALIA DJIBOUTI ZAMBABWE ZAMBIA MOZAMBIQUE MADAGASCAR SOUTH AFRICA BOTSWANA NAMIBIA LESOTHO SWAZILAND A