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10th The Global Environment for Network Innovations Engineering Conference on March 15 ­ 17, 2011

16 de febrero de 2011

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The 10th GENI Engineering Conference (GEC10), hosted by the University of Puerto Rico and the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR), will take place March 15 – 17, 2011 at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Convention Center Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The GEC is the GENI Project Office’s (GPO) regular open working meeting where researchers, developers, industrial & international partners and the GPO meet to advance infrastructure planning and prototyping for the GENI project. Further, the GEC focuses on how to design and build a suite of infrastructure that can best inspire and support creative research. The conference is open to all.

Networking researchers and engineers from across the world will be meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the 10th GENI Engineering Conference (GEC10) on March 15 ­ 17, 2011. GEC10 is hosted by the University of Puerto Rico and the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR) and sponsored by AT&T. The GEC is the GENI Project Offices (GPO) regular open working meeting where researchers, developers, industrial & international partners and the GPO meet to advance infrastructure planning and prototyping for the GENI project. Further, the GEC focuses on how to design and build a suite of infrastructure that can best inspire and support creative research. Conference registration is open to all. The Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) is a suite of research infrastructure rapidly taking shape in prototype form across the United States. It is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, with the goal of becoming the world's first laboratory environment for exploring future internets at scale. GENI aims to transform experimental research in networking and distributed systems, as well as emerging research into very large socio-technical systems, by providing a suite of infrastructure for at scale experiments in future internets.

The GEC10 meeting will feature over 47 demonstrations of integrated software and tools to support services GENI will need. Additionally, the agenda includes invited talks from two Future Internet research projects and specialized tracks for experimenters to learn about GENI resources; campus network operators to devise GENI deployment and operating procedures, and software developers to resolve open design questions.

"The GENI Engineering Conference is an important opportunity for GENI experimenters, operators, and developers to meet and agree on how the project can best move forward," says Chip Elliott, GENI Project Director. "It's an exciting event full of creative folks focused on building an environment that enables researchers to build innovative, experimental network services and run them at scale."

For more information about GEC10 and GENI, see www.geni.net.

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