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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Ballroom A
Pacific Time
Most campuses today provide shared Internet connectivity only to the end user's labs, despite the existence of national-scale optical fiber networking capable of multiple wavelengths of 10 Gbps dedicated bandwidth. This "last mile gap" requires campus CIOs to plan for installing a more ubiquitous fiber infrastructure on campus and to rethink the centralization of storage and computing. Such high-bandwidth campus "on-ramps" will also be required to enable remote clouds to store gigabyte- to terabyte-size data objects, which are routinely produced by modern scientific instruments. This session will review experiments at UCSD that preview how to build a 21st-century data-intensive research campus.
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Comments

Yes, video is available now.

fantastic, will the material be available on-line ?

educause #E10_FS05 - tweet your thoughts and questions about Larry Smarr's session

#E10_FS05 Post your questions here on Larry Smarr's session.