NMWG agenda for GGF5 This is the session I'll be presenting the E2EpiPES
Programme for Global Grid Forum Workshop 5 Working Groups, Research Groups, and Birds of a Feather sessions.
Berkeley Lab Proves 10-Gigabit Ethernet Data Transfer is a Reality
Wednesday, Jul 03 @ 11:23 PDT
By Steve Fisher, Editor --
Just yesterday Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and several key partners put together a demonstration system running a real-world scientific application to produce data on one cluster, and then send the resulting data across a 10 Gigabit Ethernet connection to another cluster, where it is then rendered for visualization. Publicly proving more than switch interoperability, the demonstration was a first.
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