Apr 1, 2000
Jay Young Kim,
Transport and management of high volumes of data through bounded LAN and WAN infrastructures at SLAC
This talk will address how the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), with its
diverse and unique requirements for networking at very high speeds, is managing the challenges to
provide physicists with state-of-the-art networks, in the context of a secure environment.
We'll present some of the tools we have developed to monitor and increase
data throughput over LANs and WANs, and results from tests done with the NTON (National Transparent
Optical Network Consortium) testbed NGI network.