WELCOME TO ANSP
The ANSP project (an Academic Network at São Paulo), as determined by a decision of FAPESP's Board of Trustees, “provides the State of São Paulo research community with state of the art computer networking connectivity.”
ANSP develops and maintains the infrastructure, Internet services and data communication in general which, in conjunction with ANSP’s Technical Reserve Program, offers the education and research community in the State of São Paulo the technological means needed to access information throughout the world, to share knowledge, to develop collaborative projects and for innovation on a large scale.
The ANSP Project is run by NARA from The Medical School of the University of São Paulo and is funded by FAPESP through process 2013/11711-5
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AMLIGHT NO 14º WORKSHOP ANUAL GLOBAL LAMBDAGRID
Jeronimo Bezerra mostrou, no 14º Workshop Anual Global LambdaGrid, em Queenstown, na Nova Zelândia, como o projeto AmLight avança em direção ao SDN/OpenFlow .
Jeronimo Bezerra, engenheiro de redes do CIARA-FIU (Center for Internet Augmented Research and Assessment da Florida International University), fez hoje, 01 de outubro de 2014, a apresentação Moving towards SDN at AmLight, no 14º Workshop Anual Global LambdaGrid, em Queenstown, Nova Zelândia. Este workshop é a reunião anual do consórcio Global Lambda Integrated Facility, colaboração de todas as redes acadêmicas do mundo que têm lambdas.
A apresentação é acompanhada pelo artigo Benefits brought by the use of OpenFlow/SDN in the AmLight intercontinental research and education network, apresentado ao IFIP/IEEE - International Symposium on Integrated Network Management, que será realizado de 11 a 15 de maio de 2015, em Otawa, Canadá.
O artigo foi escrito em colaboração por Julio Ibarra, Jeronimo Bezerra e Heidi Alvarez, do CIARA-FIU; Donald A. Cox III, da Vanderbilt University; Michael Stanton, Iara Machado e Eduardo Grizendi, da RNP (Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa); e Luis Fernandez Lopez, do NARA-FMUSP (Núcleo de Aplicações em Redes Avançadas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo) e do CIARA-FIU. Nele são discutidos os desafios e resultados da implantação, em 30 de agosto último, do modo de operação em SDN/OpenFlow dos pontos internacionais de troca de tráfego acadêmico AmPath, SouthernLight e AndesLight, que compõem o projeto internacional AmLight.
A evolução do projeto AmLight em direção às tecnologias de SDN constitui uma experiência particularmente interessante, dadas a complexidade técnica e as dificuldades gerenciais envolvidas na gestão de um ponto de troca de tráfego distribuído por três pontos (conectados por quase 20.000 quilômetros de fibras ópticas em cabos submarinos e terrestres) e operado por uma colaboração internacional, que envolve quatro organizações diferentes e serve a uma ampla comunidade de cientistas de todos os continentes.
Para ler o artigo e os slides, acesse:
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IMPACT OF THE 6TH BIANNUAL MEETING OF ANSP AND CINEGRID BRASIL 2014 IN THE RESEARCH MEDIA
The joint event between BMA6 (ANSP 6th Meeting) and CineGrid Brazil 2014, which occurred in August 2014, had a positive impact in the science media.
In special reports, in the first half of September 2014, FAPESP’s News Agency highlighted the events of the 6th Biannual Meeting of ANSP (BMA6) and CineGrid Brasil 2014, which occurred together in the USP School of Medicine, in São Paulo, in the week of 25 to 29 August, 2014.
In an article dated 5 September, 2014, "The speed of the academic internet’s international connection will be doubled", Elton Alisson outlined the 25-year history of ANSP’s network operation, marked in 2014.
In an interview, available on video, Prof. Fernandez Lopez, of the USP School of Medicine, principal researcher on the Fapesp ANSP project, and coordinator of BMA6 (ANSP 6th Biannual Meeting), explains why the current speed of data transmission has become inadequate for communication between the São Paulo academic networks and the international academic community, and he announces that, from 2015, the first academic 100 gigabits internet connection between the Southern and Northern hemispheres will be up and running. This connection, currently in beta testing, will establish a much faster communication between the current networks in the ANSP Ecosystem and research networks in the United States and other countries, via Miami.
The article "Technologies of the cinema have scientific applications", from 11 September 2014, focused on the CineGrid Brasil 2014 conference, stresses the technological importance of shooting and transmissions in 4K for the purposes of academic research. The article is accompanied by a video interview with the Professor Jane Almeida, a Professor and researcher at the Laboratory of Cinematic Arts and Visualization (LabCine) of the Mackenzie Presbyterian University.
It is interesting to note from the article on CineGrid Brasil 2014, that the live broadcasts in 4K were performed with the use of one of the ANSP network’s 10 Gbps connections, a FAPESP project coordinated by Prof. Lopez.
The collaboration between the members of the two meetings (BMA6 and CineGrid Brasil 2014) occurred not only through the use of the ANSP network in the demonstrations undertaken by the CineGrid personnel, but also through the participation of several speakers in both events, cooperation between the coordinators and participants and the support of ANSP in the organization of the meetings.
Read the complete articles and watch the videos:
05/09/2014 : The speed of the academic internet’s international connection will be doubled. By Elton Alisson - FAPESP News Agency. http://agencia.fapesp.br/19750
11/09/2014: Technologies of the cinema have scientific applications. By Elton Alisson - FAPESP News Agency. http://agencia.fapesp.br/19792
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BMA6 AND THE 25 YEARS OF MANY ANSPs
BMA6 was held from 25 to 27 August, 2014 in São Paulo, commemorating 25 years of the ANSP project
The 6th Biannual Meeting of ANSP (BMA6) took place at the University of São Paulo’s School of Medicine, on the Pinheiros campus in São Paulo, capital of the State of São Paulo, Brazil, from 25 to 27 August 2014, during the course of which those registered were offered a full program with thematic symposiums in the mornings and courses during the afternoons. The activities were led by lecturers and instructors from Brazil and abroad of recognized distinction from Brazil and abroad, based in the academic and business worlds of research and development.
The guiding theme of this 6th edition of the BMA was 25 YEARS OF MANY ANSPs, the subject of the event’s first symposium. The other two symposiums revolved around Cyber Security issues and New networking technologies, reflecting the concerns of researchers and users of academic networks.
In addition to the symposiums, courses were offered on topics of great interest to the IT community, coordinated by renowned teachers with experience and research in the area of networks: OpenFlowand NFV (Prof. Magnos Martinello from the Federal University of Espírito Santo - UFES): Cyber Security (Prof. Adriano Cansian, from UNESP - São Paulo State University, São José do Rio Preto), OpenStackand Big Data (Prof. Hermes Senger, UFSCar - Federal University of São Carlos).
Representatives from institutions such as iSight, OAB-SP (Order of Attorneys of Brazil), CGU (Brazilian Office of the Comptroller General), CTI Renato Archer, Redbelt, ACME!, CDCiber (Cyber Defense Center of the Brazilian Army) and RNP (National Teaching and Research Network) gave presentations on the development of their research and activities in the area of network security.
Professionals from Brocade, Datacom and Padtec gave lectures on R&D and demonstrated products aimed at academic research networks.
Academic institutions were represented by researchers from Fatec (Faculty of Technology - Ourinhos), UFES (Federal University of Espírito Santo), UFSCar (Federal University of São Carlos), Unesp (Júlio de Mesquita Filho State University - São José do Rio Preto, Unicamp (State University of Campinas) and USP (University of São Paulo).
BMA6 featured the presence of international personalities such as Dr Atsushi Takahara, Director of NTT Network Innovation Laboratories; Dr Cees Laat, Coordinator of the research group on Systems and Networks Engineering – SNE, at the Institute of Informatics, Faculty of Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; and Dr. Julio Ibarra, Assistant Vice President of Technology Augmented Research at FIU (Florida International University) operating in CIARA (Center for Internet Augmented Research and Assessment).
In keeping with the aim of BMAs to offer members of the ANSP Ecosystem, opportunities to mingle and exchange ideas with researchers from other institutions, in conjunction with the BMA6, on 28 and August, also in USP, the CineGrid Brasil 2014 international conference was held, with lectures and discussions on streaming videos that require high bandwidth. Information about the activities of CineGrid Brasil 2014 can be obtained on the event’s official website.
For more information:
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6th BIANNUAL MEETING OF ANSP - BMA6
On 25-27 August 2114, in São Paulo, ANSP is organizing its sixth Biannual Meeting (BMA6), with the guiding theme "25 years of ANSPs."
Initiated in 2012, the BMA (Biannual Meeting of ANSP), now in its 6th edition, once again provides an opportunity for participants of ANSP’s Ecosystem to meet and integrate, and it is highly valued for the topics it debates and the introduction of new concepts and new network technologies.
From 25 to August 27, 2014, ANSP intends to celebrate its 25 years with the 6th Biannual Meeting of ANSP (BMA6), at FMUSP (University of São Paulo School of Medicine), São Paulo, capital of the State of São Paulo.
In addition to highlighting the work and the evolution of ANSP over its 25 years of existence, symposiums on security in academic networks and new network technologies will also occupy the space of the School of Medicine, in the mornings. In the afternoons, courses on OpenFlow, NFV, Cyber Security, OpenStack and Big Data will be given.
Registration for BMA6 and the courses offered is now available on the official website of the meeting, and will remain open until 22 August, 2014.
In conjunction with BMA6, on 28 and 29 August, in the same institution, the CineGrid Brasil 2014 international conference will be held, with lectures and discussions on streaming videos that require large bandwidth. To register for the CineGrid Brazil 2014 conference and obtain more information, visit the official event website.