RENATER, the French Research and Education Network, a building block of GEANT, the pan-european network infrastructure.

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1 RENATER, the French Research and Education Network, a building block of GEANT, the pan-european network infrastructure. CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 1

2 RENATER, a legal body CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 2

3 «GROUPEMENT D INTERET PUBLIC» Composition: Ministries: Higher Education + Research Main public research organisations: CNRS, CEA, INRIA, INRA, CNES, CIRAD, INSERM, CEMAGREF, IRD, BRGM. Staff headcount: 29; Turnover: 26 M Founded in CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 3

4 RENATER, a research infrastructure CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 4

5 The network infrastructure Made of 30 points of presence (NR) with interconnection circuits 7 Points of presence outside main land (overseas) Backbone infrastructure provided by a variety of telcos since 1999 A unique network service management provider CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 5

6 The current RENATER-3 Lille Caen Rennes Nantes Poitiers Rouen Compiègne Strasbourg Reims Paris Nancy Dijon Orléans Besançon 2.4 Gbit/s 622 Mbit/s 155 Mbit/s 34 Mbit/s Bordeaux Limoges Clermont- Ferrand Lyon Grenoble NRI NR boucle NR pendulaire Montpellier Sophia DOM - TOM Pau. Toulouse. Marseille Corte CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 6

7 Rennes The truth: RENATER-3 SYRHANO+ RELIER VIKMAN Lille MEGALIS MEGALIS SRHD RECIA ESRA DOM - TOM Caen Nantes Poitiers Rouen Bordeaux Pau ASTER+REMIP Orléans Limoges Toulouse. Paris Montpellier R3LR NOROPALE Compiègne PICARDIE Reims Clermont- Ferrand Dijon Marseille Nancy Lyon Strasbourg Grenoble LOTHAIRE Sophia Corte Alsace CLONYS Besançon E-BELIN CRATERE AMPLIVIA+RMU RRHD+ PHOCEAN TELEMUS AMPLIVIA+TIGRE RRHD+CNRS-UNSA CORSE 2.4 Gbit/s 622 Mbit/s 155 Mbit/s CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 7

8 PACRET ROYAL RAP QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. RUBIS REMUS Paris area REVE CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 8

9 A wider view of RENATER Martinique Guadeloupe French Guyana A t l a n t i c P a c i f i c New Caledonia Tahiti Wallis-Futuna Indian Ocean Mayotte Reunion CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 9

10 Various network services IPv4 + IPv6, unicast and multicast QoS, VPN VideoConferencing CERT GIX Rootserver hosting CDN CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 10

11 INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIVITY Paris Europe : GEANT + US + EUMEDCONNECT + ALICE + TEIN2 US: Commodity Lyon Internet : SFINX Korea: TEIN CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 11

12 GEANT Network Pan-European interconnection backbone for 32 NRENs Successor of TEN-34 and TEN-155 GEANT-2 in final procurement phase (operation in 2005) An academic community made of universities or research centres Shared funding between European NRENs and the European Commission EU FP5: 80 M (40 % of total cost) EU FP6: 100 M (> 50 % of total cost) CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 12

13 GEANT : Organisation NRENPC: National Research and Education Policy Committee is the highest level of authority on GEANT DANTE (Not for profit limited liability company, based in Cambridge, UK) is the Consortium coordinator. Overall infrastructure capacity: [+ 150 Gb/s] Global connectivity : 3 x 2.5 Gb/s towards North America research networks (Abilene, ESNET, CANARIE etc.) 10 Gb/s from US (supported by National Science Foundation: Abilene, Canarie) 2.5 Gb/s SINET (Japon) CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 13

14 GEANT North America RUSSIA TEIN2 ALICE South Africa EUMED CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 14

15 Associated Projects TEIN-1 (155 Mb/s between Paris and Seoul (EU- AP) TEIN-2 : Interconnection with SEA ASEM countries EUMEDCONNECT for the Mediteranean region: ALICE for the Latin America CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 15

16 ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY Restriction to professional use for education, research, technology, culture, etc.) Because of subsidiarity principle, each NREN is responsible for its own AUP Commodity traffic is supported but no commercial traffic! CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 16

17 FR-MX cooperations 2 MX-FR laboratories: LAFMAA (R. Lozano, UTC) LAFMI (M. Adiba, Grenoble, Cristina Loyo, Jalapa Strong partnership with ENST-bretagne (L. Toutain, CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 17

18 FR-MX cooperations INRIA Robotic and vision yearly summer school A list of INRIA partners: Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, CONACYT, LANIA, UDLA/BD, UDLA/XALTAL, Centro de Sistemas Inteligente'', ITAM, University of Guadalajara, Univeritad Autonoma Metropolitana Mexico, Centro de Sistemas Intelligente, ITESM, etc RENATER: University of Guadalajara CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 18

19 END OF PRESENTATION? Questions Any questions? CUDI, 28 April 2005, Vera Cruz, Mexico 19