by Jorge Cham
Subject:   Professor Kilnam Chon, Department of Computer Science, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), "The Asia Pacific Network (APAN); Its Activities and Impact"
Sponsor:   US-Japan Technology Management Center
Date:   Thursday, October 14, 1999
Time:   4:15pm - 5:30pm
Location:   Skilling Engineering Auditorium [look for it in a campus map]
Event URL:   http://www.stanford.edu/~viji/
Sponsor URL:   http://fuji.stanford.edu
ABSTRACT Second generation networking started with various experiments on gigabit testbeds around the world in the 1980's and 1990's. It is now moving into the research and development production phase. In Asia, various gigabit testbeds have been developed among many countries and regions including Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. Asia-Pacific Advanced Network Consortium (APAN) was formed in 1997 with four founding members (Australia, Japan, Korea and Singapore) to interconnect these national and regional testbeds, as well as other high performance networks, to offer a production network service for the research and education community of the Asia-Pacific region with global interconnectivity. A specific example of APAN regional networking activities in Korea is explained along the network infrastructure for the research and education community. For more information see: Professor Chon - http://cosmos.kaist.ac.kr/salab/prof.html KAIST - http://www.kaist.ac.kr/edex.html APAN - http://www.apan.net
Event history: Submitted by barrkat on 07-Oct-1999;
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