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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Transform Large-Scale Science Collaboration

SESSION: Moving, Managing, and Storing Data

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 4:30PM - 5:00PM

SESSION CHAIR: Paul Domagala

Presenter(s):Rodney Wilson

ROOM:291

ABSTRACT:

Science data collection and storage is growing at an exponential pace. This enormous amount of data is most useful when easily shared among members of the global research community, so the network that carries this information must be designed with very large data transfers in mind. Standard campus networks are not optimized to support the movement of enormous big science-related data files between instruments, facilities, analysis systems, and scientists. To fully reach the potential discoveries related to big science, the network that interconnects big data must be optimized accordingly and this is why the emerging Science DMZ network architecture is gaining in popularity. This presentation will cover the Science DMZ architecture and how Ciena’s recently announced 8700 Packetwave Platform is a natural fit to allow big science to reach its full potential in terms of collaboration and discovery.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Paul Domagala (Chair) - Argonne National Laboratory

Rodney Wilson - Ciena Corporation

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