SCINET


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SCINETSensitive Compartmented Information Network
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"We are pleased to work closely with Infinera to deliver terabit-scale capacity for SCinet, underscoring our commitment to serving the needs of these customers."
SCinet, the powerful network that is providing more than 1 Terabits per second (Tbps) of capacity for the SC Conference, is provisioning multiple 40/100G Ethernet links that will be showcased November 12-17, 2017 in Denver, Colorado.
The SCinet is using Spirent TestCenter software with Spirent two-port 100 GbE fX and two-port 40/10 GbE fX2 modules.
Infinera (Nasdaq:INFN), a provider of Intelligent Transport Networks, and telecommunications company CenturyLink Inc (NYSE: CTL) on Monday announced that both companies will deliver one terabit per second (1 Tb/s) of super-channel transmission capacity to support the SCinet network at the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC14), to be held from 17 November 2014 to 21 November 2014 in New Orleans.
At Bear's lab at Sick Kids, Zhang used sophisticated SCINET computer modeling to investigate what these drugs might be doing to 'correct' the genetic defect at the molecular level.
The solution, to be displayed at SC10's SCinet, promises to deliver industry-best performance at a fraction of the cost of today's norm.
The SciNet consortium, which provides high performance computing resources to the University of Toronto and other Canadian universities, is thinking outside the box when it comes to being green.
Partner booths were connected with 10 Gb/sec network links, and each had a separate high-speed connection to Scinet, the SC2002 network provider.
You map the drives to this SciNet server (http://www.scinetcorp.com) and you have a CD-ROM server.
Beyond its own SciNet, Scitex is adding TCP/IP and NFS standard networking support (for Ethernet and FDDI) to Whisper stations for passing Handshake-formatted files.
CenturyLink and Infinera, along with other contributors from industry, academia and government, are delivering multi- terabit capacity to SCinet, the dedicated high-capacity network that supports revolutionary applications and some of the world's most advanced supercomputing experiments at the SC18 conference.