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ESnet Director Bill Johnston Lays Out his Vision of ESnet’s New Directions

October 5, 2005

ESnet Director Bill Johnston lays out his vision of ESnet’s new directions in a two-pager, explaining that meeting DOE’s science needs “ entails not only increasing end-to-end bandwidth, but becoming actively involved with other domestic and international research and education (R&E) networks in developing and deploying cutting edge operational technologies. Such collaboration is…  Read More

Trust on the Grid Goes Global

October 5, 2005

International Grid Trust Federation News Release Boston, Mass., USA – Today (5 October, 2005), users of Grid computing worldwide are a step closer to accessing computers and information in 50 countries and regions[i], from Canada to China, Portugal to Pakistan. The International Grid Trust Federation (IGTF), established this week during the 15th Global Grid Forum (GGF) in Boston, brings…  Read More

U.S. Department of Energy Selects National LambdaRail for Next-Generation Backbone Network

March 15, 2005

Note: This article was created as a National LambdaRail press release. Cypress, California  – March 15, 2005 – National LambdaRail (NLR), a consortium of leading U.S. research universities and private sector technology companies, today announced that the U. S. Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), which supports the large-scale science and large-scale collaborations of…  Read More

Building ESnet’s New Architecture to Support Next-Generation DOE Science

March 1, 2005

BERKELEY, Calif. ‑ The U. S. Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), which supports the large-scale science and large-scale collaborations of DOE’s Office of Science, has taken the first steps to implement a new network architecture that will increase the reliability and dramatically boost the bandwidth available to the DOE research community. The new architecture is…  Read More