ESnet is pleased to announce that the Advanced Networking Initiative (ANI) testbed will be upgraded to include a 2200 mile 100 Gbps segment by the end of this year. This will make it the world’s first long-distance 100 Gbps testbed, available to any network researcher, whether from government, university, or industry. But take note: the next round of proposals to use the ANI Testbed is due on October 1– just 3 weeks away, so submit your ideas soon to take advantage of this great resource.
There has been a lot of exciting work on the testbed recently, including 40 Gbps RDMA testing, detailed power monitoring experiments, high-performance middleware testing, Openflow testing, and more. We also have some projects planning some interesting TCP research as soon as the 100 Gbps network is available.
For more information on how to submit a proposal see:
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