This event brings together leading network experts from around the world to collaborate and exchange knowledge on new networking technologies, pathfinding, middleware and applications. The workshop has a specific focus on how global network architectures are supporting research applications in the Pacific region, in particular astronomy, high-energy physics, and microbiology and how big data is sent and processed around the world.
There will be discussions on the Pacific Islands Research and Education Network, long distance parallel file systems, new SDN and SDX initiatives, along with demonstrations of applications that can take advantage of these network facilities.
Speakers include David Abramson (University of Queensland), Shaun Amy (CSIRO), Garret Yoshimi (University of Hawaii), Rommel Hidalgo (University of Guam), Jeronimo Bezerra (Florida International Universtiy), Dale Finkleson (Internet2), and more…
A Software Defined Networking (SDN) Workshop is also being held on Thursday, 28 September 2017 at the University of New South Wales.
The registration fee is AUD 450 per person (AUD 350 for registered students) up to 23 August 2017, and AUD 500 per person (AUD 400 for registered students) thereafter.
You can register, book accommodation and pay online via the GLIF website.
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