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The White Oak Room PowerPoint presentation from the Connecting Arkansas Internet Conference at the Marriott Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas. September 26, 2013

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  • 1. Thank You to Our Sponsors
  • 2. Morning Breakout Session 4 • • • •
  • 3. The Impact of High Speed Internet on east Arkansas’s Economic Development
  • 4. About EAPDD • • • •
  • 5. About reNEW East Arkansas • • • •
  • 6. About reNEW East Arkansas •
  • 7. Economic Development Strategies • •
  • 8. High Speed Internet in east Arkansas •
  • 9. High Speed Internet in east Arkansas •
  • 10. For more information . . . • • •
  • 11. Technology Training & Economic Development Kristen Woodruff
  • 12. ASBTDC • Arkansas Small Business & Technology Development Center • 7 offices; Lead Center at UALR • Small Business Assistance Center • Hundreds of training courses each year • Low cost – Get Listed Locally & WID
  • 13. All About Search
  • 14. Why Local Search Matters Today • Local customers use Internet to find local businesses • Online search for local business is up 58% • Mobile Internet usage has grown • Only 10% businesses claimed Google Places
  • 15. Start by Claiming
  • 16. Local Business Presence
  • 17. Too Easy
  • 18. Everyone is Doing It
  • 19. No Excuses • Simple • Easy • Affordable Why Online? • Enables global marketing • Unlimited potential • Increase your market share • Impact – may not know until you engage • It’s not too late – but do not get left behind
  • 20. YouTube Visit ASBTDC.org
  • 21. Donna Lawhon
  • 22. Resource Navigator Classes & Events Blog Twitter: @ARKSourceLink Facebook: Arkansas SourceLink Digital Learning Library
  • 23. Matt Price
  • 24. Thank You to Our Sponsors
  • 25. Afternoon Breakout Session 4 • • • •
  • 26. Chuck Chalfant President and Chief Executive Officer, Space Photonics, Inc.
  • 27. Gigabit Ethernet Plug and Play 10/100/Gigabit Ethernet Ports. Bi-Directional (2.5 Gbps Aggregate) 1550 nm optical wavelength, 1310 nm & 850 nm available 10 minute setup with automatic acquisition  Fiber optic breaks? - use LaserFire to minimize down time Use LaserFire as a backup path for redundancy Use automatic path switching for enhanced re-routing redundancy LaserFire® Rapid Deploy Optical Wireless Terminal Free Space Optical Communications & Rural Broadband Access Airborne Line of Sight Optical Wireless Technology breakthroughs and patents at Space Photonics® in Fayetteville, Arkansas are now providing the world’s best laser beam pointing & tracking precision and yielding a brand new approach to free space optical communications (FSOC). LaserFire® technologies provide a new alternative to fiber optic cable and offer an opportunity for significant enhancement and expansion of rural broadband access. LaserFire® optical wireless can provide Gigabit Ethernet speeds from 5 meters to 5 kilometers via airborne optical signals. No Spectrum License, Secure Invisible Beams 100 to 1000 Times the Capacity of Wireless & RF Microwave AutomaticPath Switching -Space Photonics Patents Direct Rural Access SimpleRelay Repeaters Enhance Rural Broadband Access with LaserFire®
  • 28. Free Space Optical (FSO) Communications An alternative to fiber optic cable for wider broadband access  Disruptive & expensive work zones  Extensive man hours & equipment  Easements and permits  Obstacles: Lakes, rivers, old parking lots, buildings & highways, rough terrain LaserFire® Enhance Rural Broadband Access with FSO Links  No spectrum licensing  Tower-to-Tower, buildings  Up to 5 kilometers (20km in 3 years)  Simple relays/repeaters for 100 mile or more connections  Automatic Path Switching  1 Gbps, 10G, and higher with DWDM  Web monitoring and control Cable Installation ®
  • 29. No Spectrum License, Secure Invisible Beams 10 to 1000 Times Wireless & RF Microwave Capacity Enhance Rural Broadband Access with FSO Links
  • 30. 31 5 km LaserFire® 9 Gbps Error Free ® assuredcommunications™ Ground Systems Ready: 2012 Team Below
  • 31. Collaborative Optical and Wireless Information Networking (COWIN) at UALR – Connecting Arkansas Seshadri Mohan September 26, 2013 32
  • 32. Paradigm Shift—Negroponte Switch 33
  • 33. Paradigm Shift – Voice over the Internet 34
  • 34. Paradigm Shift – The Future Internet  NSF and NICT of Japan Announce Partnership in Next-Generation Networking  NSF  FIND – Future Internet Directions  GENI – Global Experimental Network Initiative 35
  • 35. Paradigm Shift – Future Internet  DARPA –  NewARCH –New Internet Architecture –  CORONET - Dynamic Multi-Terabit Core Optical Networks: Architecture, Protocols, Control and Management  CBMANET - Control-Based Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking  EU –  INTERNET OF THE FUTURE – – FIRE -Autonomic networks and self organizing networks  JAPAN –  NGI – Next Generation Internet Initiative 36
  • 36. Internet of Things  Future technologies bridging the physical and virtual words • Architectures for the Internet of Things • Machine to Machine (M2M) protocols • Cloud computing and IoT internetworking • Web of Things and Semantic • Embedded Web Services • Mobile integration of the Web of Things • Adaptation of legacy technologies and RFID to IPv6 • Lightweight structured data (EXI, JSON…) • Indexing, naming, and addressing the Internet of Things • Intelligent data processing for the IoT • Experiences with Open Platforms and hardware within IoT  Novel concepts such as Crowd-sourcing • User-oriented, context-aware IoT services  Semantic technologies for devices and services • Integration of the Handle System • Security, Trust, Privacy and Identity in the IoT • Building automation and smart buildings • New services through mobile computing and smart phones interaction • Experiences and field trials of IoT applications: Smart cities, digital homes, smart grid, e-health, agriculture and environment, manufacturing, logistics, social networking, etc. 37
  • 37. Collaborative Optical and Wireless Information Networking Lab - COWIN 38
  • 38. Paradigm Shift 39
  • 39. Broadband Wireless 40
  • 40. Paradigm Shift for Rural Connectivity 41 Optical Fiber Free Space Optical Networking
  • 41. Free Space Optical Networking 42
  • 42. Cognitive Radio Networking 43
  • 43. Spectrum Allocation 44
  • 44. TV White Space for Rural Broadband  TV White Space – FCC freed up 54-72 MHz, 76- 88 MHz, 174-216 MHz, 470-608 MHz and 614- 698 MHz for data use  TVWS Offered on WVU campus and the tram system 45
  • 45. Research by COWIN Team  Recent Results in Optical Networking  Routing in Optical Networks for Quality of Service (QoS)  Concurrent Recovery in Optical Networks  Routing in Free Space Optical Networking  Recent Results in Wireless  Cognitive Radio Networking  Impact of Mobility in Wireless Networks  Impact of Social Networks on Wireless Networks 46
  • 46. Example Networks 47 1 4 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1110 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1110 12 13 14 15 MESH-TORUSNSFNET MESH Figure 3: Network Models Used for Simulation.
  • 47. l1 RESV PATH RESV l1 RESV l1 l3 RESVRESV l3 RESV l2 Wavelength Conversion l1 l3 PATH PATH Figure 4: Example Network. Figure 5: Flow Diagram DIR. Destination Initiated Reservation
  • 48. Efficient Routing Schemes and Behavior of Ants in Search of Food 49
  • 49. Token Based Routing (TBR) 50 1 8 7 9 10 R1,2 R 2,1 R 3,1 R 2,1 R 3,1 Path R1,2 Path R2,1 Path R2,1 Path R3,1 Path R3,1 resv resv tear resv resv resv 1 8 9 7 10 Selected Wavelength is not available at Node 9 ReducedTime Comparedto SourceInitiated Retransmission Time(t) Reservationusing informationinPathR3,1 Source initiatedretransmission Reservationusing informationinPathR2,1 Figure 8: Example Network. Figure 9: Flow Diagram of TBR and SIR.
  • 50. Free Space Optical Networking with auto- tracking transceivers  The architecture uses transmitters and receivers that can reorient at different angles to establish a connection. 51 Scenario I Scenario II Scenario III Figure 26: Architecture of FSO with tracking transceivers.
  • 51. Next Generation Wireless Systems 9/27/2013 52
  • 52. Creating Service Networks Over Disparate Wireless Networks Modem CGW Services Gateway IP Network Customer Premises Applications Suite UM VM VoD Music GamesPCMIM Prepaid Chat Conf. Modem CGW Customer Premises Corporate Network Corporate ServerFarm ServerFarm GSM CDMA GPRS WLAN 3G LTE
  • 53. IMS Services Outline / Introduction 549/27/2013 •Photo sharing •Push to show •Person to person gaming •Audio and video sharing •Internet services •Presence information •Information sharing •File transfer •Video call •Instant messaging •Push to talk •Multimedia conference One Bill InformationCommunication Entertainment
  • 54. IMS and Social Networks
  • 55. Goals of COWIN Research Lab  Investigate current and future trends in wireless and optical.  Create laboratory infrastructure to determine feasibility, performance, improvements, and the steps towards the design of next generation network. 56
  • 56. THANK YOU ? 57
  • 57. GLOBAL MONEY JOHN CHAMBERLIN FOUR ARKANSAS RELATED STORIES, SEVERAL INTERACTING THEMES
  • 58. THE STORIES • ARKANSAS SYSTEMS  EURONET SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS • IKOBO.COM • KIVA ZIP [LANSKY SOUND] • NOTEIMALS
  • 59. THE THEMES GLOBAL NETWORKS FINANCIAL COMMUNICATIONS PEOPLE MONEY EXCHANGE CURRENCY CLEARING & SETTLEMENT CAPITAL
  • 60. THE THEMES COMMUNICATIONS – PRIVATE NETWORKS INTERNET MOBILE PHONE PEOPLE USING CARDS, ATMS, POS TO ACCESS THEIR MONEY EXCHANGE CURRENCY - MULTIPLE CLEARING & SETTLEMENT NETWORKS CARD ASSOCIATIONS CAPITAL - ACCESS
  • 61. THE THEMES COMMUNICATIONS – GLOBAL CARD SYSTEM INTERNET PEOPLE TRUSTING INTERNET AND CARDS AND BANK ACH EXCHANGE CURRENCY - MULTIPLE CLEARING & SETTLEMENT CARD ASSOCIATIONS ACH IKOBO CAPITAL - VC DRIVEN
  • 62. THE THEMES COMMUNICATIONS – INTERNET PEOPLE HELPING OTHERS CAPITAL - SOCIAL NETWORK CROWD FUNDING SMALL AMOUNTS
  • 63. THE THEMES COMMUNICATIONS – INTERNET MOBILE PHONE PEOPLE WANT MUSIC LESSONS EXCHANGE CURRENCY - MULTIPLE CLEARING & SETTLEMENT CARD ASSOCIATIONS STORES - APPS, AMAZON, EBAY, …
  • 64. © 2009, EAST, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • 65. © 2009, EAST, Inc. All Rights Reserved Self- Directed Learning Community Service Projects Advanced Applications Team Work
  • 66. EAST in Arkansas
  • 67. Students Engaged Project MAIN
  • 68. Publicity
  • 69. Rural Broadband Project
  • 70. • Animation & Graphics • Digital Audio & Video • Computer Aided Design (CAD) • Geographic Information Systems • (GIS) • Global Positioning System (GPS) • Solid Modeling Technology in EAST • 3D Visualization • Web Design & Development • Virtual Reality • Augmented Reality • Programming • App Development
  • 71. What’s a Launchpad? ● Microcontroller designed to be easy to program and debug. ● On board push buttons and LEDs for input and output. ● Designed to work with BoosterPack modules to extend functionality. ● Ultra low power consumption and low price. $5.95 ● Used for professional electronics project or hobby DIY users. ● Offers an easy to learn and use IDE called Energia. ● Engaging entry into programming
  • 72. ● Credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. ● Mini-PC which can be used for many of the same things that desktop PCs do: spreadsheets, word-processing and games. ● Plays high-definition video. ● A good introduction to the world of programming. ● Inexpensive—costs only $35 engine = pyttsx.init() CONSUMER_KEY='GbuNoReyvuuC4cXK1aG0Q' CONSUMER_SECRET='lz20ozE70fd2Gc4q4Nj0ERpM GrnIu74bSo5xMj4NQ' MY_TWITTER_CREDS = os.path.expanduser('~/.my_app_credentials') if not os.path.exists(MY_TWITTER_CREDS): oauth_dance("My App Name", CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET, MY_TWITTER_CREDS) oauth_token, oauth_secret = read_token_file(MY_TWITTER_CREDS) t = Twitter(auth=OAuth( oauth_token, oauth_secret, CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET)) def SayTweet(): x=t.statuses.home_timeline() engine.say(x[0]['text']) engine.runAndWait() Label(text='Click for Tweets').pack(pady=15) b=Button(root, text="TWEET ME!", command=SayTweet) b.pack() mainloop() What’s a Raspberry Pi
  • 73. For More Information www.EASTinitiative.org Matt Dozier, President/CEO The EAST Initiative matt@EASTstaff.org 501.371.5016
  • 74. Thank You to Our Sponsors