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Cybera - for SRNet

  1. 1. Mission Statement“To spur and support innovation, for the economic benefit of Alberta, through the use of cyberinfrastructure”
  2. 2. Best Practices - OrionBACKUP
  3. 3. Backup•  Partnered with commercial service•  24/7 support•  Located in province•  Scalable•  Secure•  Affordable
  4. 4. Best Practices - BCNetPEERING & GROUP BUYING
  5. 5. Peering and Buying•  Network access cost reduction –  Peering •  Service improvement •  Network efficiency –  Academic cost reduction –  Commercial possibilities
  6. 6. The InternetGoogle $$ $$ Facebook Large ISP $$ $$ Large Large ISP ISP $$ $$ U of A
  7. 7. The InternetGoogle $$ $$ Facebook Large ISP $$ $$ Large Large ISP ISP $$ $$ Cybera U of A U of C etc,…
  8. 8. What is Peering? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peering “Peering is a voluntary interconnection of administratively separate Internet networks for the purpose of exchanging traffic between the customers of each network “ Also known as settlement-free peering04-05-2010 BCNET Peering in Seattle Slide 13
  9. 9. The Internet + Internet Exchanges Google $$ $$ Facebook LargeMicrosoft ISP $$ $$ Large IX Switch ISP Large ISP $$ $$Akamai Cybera U of A U of C etc,…
  10. 10. Private peering Google •  Google is the single largest content provider •  Many Google services, incl Youtube.com •  1Gb/s private connection between BCNET and Google •  IPv6 and IPv404-05-2010 BCNET Peering in Seattle Slide 16
  11. 11. Population Density (Population / Sq Km)500450400350300250200150100 50 0
  12. 12. Alberta – Population Distribution
  13. 13. Almost  four  in  five  people  around  the  world  believe  that  access  to  the  internet  is  a  fundamental  right,  a  poll  for  the  BBC  World  Service  suggests.  
  14. 14. “Governments  must  regard  the  internet  as  basic  infrastructure  -­‐  just  like  roads,  waste  and  water”  -­‐  Dr  Hamadoun  Toure,    Secretary-­‐general  of  the  InternaLonal  TelecommunicaLon  Union   “…study  ranks  Canada  19th  worldwide  in   overall  Internet  access.”   Harvard  University  Berkman  Center  Feb  2010   “If  we  do  not  act  with  haste,  the  innova=ons   that  could  employ  our  future  work  force  could   well  pass  us  by”   Globe  and  Mail  editorial      Feb  2010  
  15. 15. Cost to Connect ($/month) Rural Urban Speed (Mbps) Satellite Wireless Cable1.0 701.5 100 493.0 655.0 8910 4726 7050 100
  16. 16. Federal Initiatives•  Canada’s Economic Action Plan –  $225M •  Broadband Canada – Connecting Rural Canadians •  $76.9M for first 52 projects 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
  17. 17. Federal InitiativesCompany Region HomesCorridor Taber, Pincher Creek, Ranchland and Counties ofCommunica Cypress, Forty Mile, Warner, Lethbridge andtions Inc. Cardston 5,577 Bighorn and Counties of Clearwater andCCI Yellowhead 2,465CCI Counties of Red Deer, Lacombe, and Ponoka 1,867CCI Athabasca Region, Peace River Region 11,335 Wood Buffalo, Bonnyville and counties ofCCI Lakeland, St. Paul, and Smoky Lake 1,488PCCCommunica Forty Mile, Warner, Cypress, and extendedtions Inc. regions of Willow Creek 1,516PCC Regions of Crowfoot, Vegreville, and Wainwright 8,134PCC Foothills, Rocky View, and Mountain View 2,475 Jasper, Kananakis, Bighorn and Counties ofPCC Clearwater and Yellowhead 436PCC North Central Region / Stony Plain District 1,817 Peace Region / Peace River & Grande PrairiePCC Districts 1,905 Total 39,015
  18. 18. Olds, Alberta • 7,200 residents4,000,000 • 3,200 Homes & Businesses • College • FTTP Vulcan, Alberta # of users • 2,000 residents • Area wireless Community Lab $ / User
  19. 19. Very Big Data
  20. 20. Very Big DataTool 1 SKA Tool 2
  21. 21. Very Big DataVBD Oil & Brain Gas GenomicsFinance SKA Medicine

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