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LambdaBridge: A Scalable Architecture for Future Generation Terabit Applications

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LambdaBridge: A Scalable Architecture for Future Generation Terabit Applications
—LambdaGrid applications as typified by data-intensive collaborative visualization are likely to be the first users of terabit-level networking. This paper features a main enabler of collaborative visualization over LambdaGrid, the Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment (SAGE) in particular, and anticipates the future needs of LambdaGrid applications in general. We present a scalable architecture called LambdaBridge to ‘bridge’ LambdaGrid applications with the terabit optical core networks. LambdaBridge will provision and control predictableperformance networks for end-systems (i.e. Grid clusters) using on-demand lambda/VLAN provisioning and end-system traffic shaping. The chief contribution of LambdaBridge is a deep understanding of how to synergistically bridge provisionable networks, end-systems, and future generation distributed terabit applications. This paper also introduces Scalable Visualcasting – a multicasting service for LambdaGrid that incorporates IP multicasting a...
Xi Wang, Venkatram Vishwanath, Byungil Jeong, Ratk
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where BROADNETS
Authors Xi Wang, Venkatram Vishwanath, Byungil Jeong, Ratko Jagodic, Eric He, Luc Renambot, Andrew E. Johnson, Jason Leigh
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