The SC conference series has traditionally been home to cutting-edge developments in high-performance networking alongside those in high-performance computing, storage, and analytics. SCinet is soliciting proposals from research and industry participants to display new or innovative demonstrations in network testbeds, emerging network hardware, protocols, and advanced network intensive scientific applications.
Topics for this year’s Network Research Exhibition demos and experiments include (but are not limited to):
- Software-defined networking
- Novel network architecture
- Novel Data Transfer Node (DTN) Technologies
- Switching and routing
- Alternative data transfer protocols
- Network monitoring and management, and network control
- Security/encryption and resilience
- Open clouds and storage area networks
- Emerging network standards
- Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor nets
- (Big)Data analysis
- Scheduling for 100G and beyond
- SDX, exchange and inter domain networking
- Network Orchestration
- QoS Experiments on a SCinet provided 100G ring on the show floor using Corsa switches
- HPC-related usage of virtualization and slicing technologies
A selection of NRE demonstrations will be invited to be on a panel that is part of a full-day SC16 Workshop titled, “Innovating the Network for Data Intensive Science” taking place Sunday, Nov. 13. The INDIS workshop is dedicated to the engineering issues for advanced networks. Papers from INDIS will be published in the Future Generation Computer Systems, The International Journal of eScience, which has high impact factor.
Visit the SCinet Research Demonstrations page for more details on submitting.