Pakistan Education & Research Network

13th Annual Global LambdaGrid Workshop

13th Annual Global LambdaGrid Workshop 3 – 4 October 2013
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Host: Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network



GLIF Workshop: October 3 - 4, 2013 GLIF Demonstrations and Reception: October 3, 2013, 5:30 – 9:30pm (Times may change slightly)

Workshop Location

Nanyang Technological University 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798

Demonstration Location

Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) 30 Biopolis Street, Level 3, Matrix, Singapore 138671


Proposals are due JULY 15, 2013 (Extension of submission deadline) Submit to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Demonstrations will be held at the Matrix, A*STAR.  The current infrastructure would have a 1 Gbps link from SingAREN to A*STAR.  At SingAREN we will have the following international connections:

 1 Gbps link to Gloriad network  2.4 Gbps link to Thailand and Japan. Part of the RISE test-bed.  1Gbps link to AARnet(Australia NREN)

 1 Gbps link to TEIN network. (But this is shared with other NRENs in the region. )

For more up to date information on the network connectivity refer to

The organizers are requesting all potential participants to submit demonstration proposals early.


GLIF Workshop organizers will review all demonstration proposals for feasibility. Information on how to submit proposals is given below. Criteria for acceptance include use of GLIF networking resources, technical challenge and global impact.

Each demonstration must have a representative attend the GLIF Workshop to setup and present. In addition, there is limited opportunity to give short presentations during the GLIF Workshop.   Answer the following questions and submit to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

1.  Demonstration Title

2. Primary Contact Person: name, institution, e-mail address

3. All Collaborators: names, institutions, e-mail addresses

4. Project Description  a. One-paragraph summary of your demonstration and its significance.   b. How does your project utilize advanced networking?  c. URL for further project documentation.  d. A graphical image (not logo) of your application (JPEG or TIFF) is encouraged.

5.  Hardware/Software Requirements  a. Provide detailed list of what computing resources (computers, data storage, visualization displays, audio) will you need onsite. We will review and let you know what we don’t have. b. Provide detailed list of what onsite software will you need. For special-purpose software, can you provide the hardware and software? b. Will you place special hardware (e.g., disk stores or clusters) at NTU? at SingAREN? What? Where?

6. Network Requirements  a. Provide a network diagram.  b. What networks (locally/nationally/internationally) will you access?  c. Network Usage – What is your expected bandwidth usage during your demo?  d. If your demo uses point-to-point communication, which sites will you connect to?  e. If your demo uses multicast, what sites will you connect to? How much bandwidth is needed?  f. If your application does IPv6, which sites will you connect to? How much bandwidth is needed?


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