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The Design and Implementation of the Transatlantic Mission-Oriented Production and Experimental Networks

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The Design and Implementation of the Transatlantic Mission-Oriented Production and Experimental Networks
In this paper we present the design and implementation of the mission-oriented USLHCNet for HEP research community and the UltraLight network testbed. The design philosophy for these networks is to help meet the data-intensive computing challenges of the next generation of particle physics experiments with a comprehensive, network-focused approach. Instead of treating the network as a static, unchanging and unmanaged set of intercomputer links, we are developing and using it as a dynamic, configurable, and closely monitored resource that is managed from end-to-end. In this paper we will present our work in the various areas of the project including infrastructure construction, protocol research and application development. Our goal is to construct a next-generation global system that is able to meet the data processing, distribution, access and analysis needs of the particle physics community.
Harvey B. Newman, Dimitri Bourilkov, Julian J. Bun
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ESCIENCE
Authors Harvey B. Newman, Dimitri Bourilkov, Julian J. Bunn, Richard Cavanaugh, Iosif Legrand, Steven H. Low, Shawn McKee, Dan Nae, Sylvain Ravot, Conrad Steenberg, Xun Su, Michael Thomas, Frank van Lingen, Yang Xia
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