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     1The following are lists of aggregates available to GENI experimenters.
     2
     3= 1 Backbone Networks =
     4{{{
     5#!html
     6<table border="1">
     7          <tr>
     8                 <th><b>Network</b></th>
     9                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     10                 <th><b> Network Map  </b></th>
     11          </tr>
     12          <tr>
     13                   <td> <a href="http://www.internet2.edu"> Internet2 </a> </td>
     14                   <td> Internet2 provides the U.S. research and education community a dynamic hybrid optical and packet network.  GENI experimenters have access to 1Gbps of dedicated bandwidth from Internet2.  Experimenters may create their own topologies using Layer 2 VLANS. </td>
     15                   <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/ExperimenterPortal/Internet2-Map.jpg"> <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/ExperimenterPortal/Internet2-Map.jpg?format=raw" alt="Internet2 Map" width="124" height="75" /> </a> </td>
     16          </tr>
     17          <tr>
     18                   <td> <a href="http://www.nlr.net/"> National LambdaRail (NLR) </a> </td>
     19                   <td> NLR provides the testbed for advanced research at over 280 universities and private and U.S. government laboratories.  GENI experimenters have access to up to 30Gbps of non-dedicated bandwidth on NRL.  Experimenters may create their own topologies using Layer 2 VLANS. </td>
     20                   <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/ExperimenterPortal/NLR-Map.jpg"> <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/ExperimenterPortal/NLR-Map.jpg?format=raw" alt="NLR Map" width="124" height="75" /> </a>  </td>
     21          </tr>
     22          <tr>
     23                   <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/NetworkCore"> GENI OpenFlow Core </a> </td>
     24                   <td> GENI network core is a set of OpenFlow-capable switches in NLR and Internet2.  There are currently two standing VLANs (3715 and 3716) carried on ten switches in the core.  Experimenters may use these standing VLANs within the GENI core network without having to coordinate with NLR or Internet2.  Experimenters will however have to coordinate with their campus and/or regional networks to connect to the GENI core. The two standing VLANS in the network core also bridge between the Internet2 and NLR networks. </td>
     25                   <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkCore/geni-core-vlan-3715.png"> <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkCore/geni-core-vlan-3715.png?format=raw" alt="Core VLAN 3715" width="124" height="75" /> </a>
     26                              <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkCore/geni-core-vlan-3716.png"> <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/NetworkCore/geni-core-vlan-3716.png?format=raw" alt="Core VLAN 3716" width="124" height="75" /> </a> </td>
     27          </tr>
     28</table>
     29}}}
     30
     31= 2 Programmable Hosts =
     32{{{
     33#!html
     34<table border="1">
     35          <tr>
     36                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     37                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     38                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     39                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     40                 <th><b>Accepts GENI Credentials</b></th>
     41                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     42                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     43          <tr>
     44</tr>
     45        <tr>
     46                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/PlanetLab"> PlanetLab </a> </td>
     47                <td>Testbed consisting of 1090 nodes at 513 sites around the world</td>
     48                <td>Virtual machines on PlanetLab nodes</td>
     49                <td>No</td>
     50                <td>Yes</td>
     51                <td>Internet</td>
     52                <td><a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a>,  <a href="http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni">Omni</a>, <a href="http://raven.cs.arizona.edu/projects/project"> Raven</a>, SFI </td>
     53        </tr>
     54        <tr>
     55                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/GpoLabMyPlc"> GPO Lab myPLC</a></td>
     56                <td>PlanetLab installation consisting of 5 multi-homed nodes</td>
     57                <td>Virtual machines on PlanetLab nodes</td>
     58                <td>No</td>
     59                <td>Yes</td>
     60                <td>Internet2: IP; NLR: IP; Internet</td>
     61                <td><a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a>,  <a href="http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni">Omni</a>, SFI</td>
     62        </tr>
     63        <tr>
     64                <td><a href="GeniAggregate/UtahProtoGeni"> Utah ProtoGENI </a></td>
     65                <td>Over 500 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies. Includes 60 nodes with 2 WiFi cards each, plus software-defined radio peripherals (USRP2) </td>
     66                <td>Complete PCs or virtual machines on PCs</td>
     67                <td>PCs can be set up as routers, plus experimenter-controllable switches (HP ProCurves)</td>
     68                <td>Yes</td>
     69                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
     70                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a></td>
     71        </tr>
     72        <tr>
     73                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/KentuckyProtoGeni">  Kentucky ProtoGENI </a></td>
     74                <td>Over 50 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies.  Strong instrumentation capabilities </td>
     75                <td>Complete PCs or virtual machines on PCs</td>
     76                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
     77                <td>Yes</td>
     78                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
     79                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://www.netlab.uky.edu/p/instools/"> Instrumentation Tools</a> </td>
     80        </tr>
     81        <tr>
     82                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/GpoLabProtoGeni"> GPO Lab ProtoGENI </a></td>
     83                <td>11 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies</td>
     84                <td>Complete PCs</td>
     85                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
     86                <td>Yes</td>
     87                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; NLR: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
     88                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a></td>
     89        </tr>
     90        <tr>
     91                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/MillionNodeGeni"> Million Node GENI </a> </td>
     92                <td>  Compute resources on thousands of platforms donated by individuals and institutions. Platforms may be mobile and/or behind firewalls and NATs.  </td>
     93                <td>  Experimenter software, written in a subset of Python, runs in sandboxes on Million Node GENI platforms.  </td>
     94                <td>  No </td>
     95                <td>No</td>
     96                <td> Internet </td>
     97                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>,  Million Node GENI Tools </td>
     98        </tr>
     99</table>
     100<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     101}}}
     102
     103= 3 Programmable Networks =
     104{{{
     105#!html
     106<table border="1">
     107          <tr>
     108                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     109                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     110                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     111                 <th><b>Accepts GENI Credentials</b></th>
     112                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     113                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     114          <tr>
     115</tr>
     116       
     117        <tr>
     118                <td>Supercharged PlanetLab  Platform (SPP) Nodes </a></td>
     119                <td> Five high-performance PlanetLab nodes at Internet2 co-location sites.  Nodes incorporate high-performance server and network processor blades to support service delivery over high speed overlay networks.  </td>
     120                <td>  Experimenters program the General-Purpose Processing Engines (GPEs) and Network Processor Blades (NPE) of the SPP nodes. </td>
     121                <td>No</td>
     122                <td> Internet2 </td>
     123                <td>  </td>
     124        </tr>
     125        <tr>
     126                <td> <a href="GeniAggregate/ProtoGeniBackBoneNodes"> ProtoGENI Backbone Nodes </a></td>
     127                <td> Nodes at 5 Internet2 co-location sites.  The ProtoGENI backbone runs Ethernet on a 1Gbps Internet2 wave, and slices it with VLANs.  Researchers select the topology of VLANs on this infrastructure. </td>
     128                <td> No  </td>
     129                <td>Yes</td>
     130                <td> Internet2: Layer 2 and IP; Internet2 ION service (incl. many ProtoGENI sites); 1 Gbps to GpENI and Wisconsin ProtoGENI site, 10 GBps to Utah ProtoGENI site and Mid-Atlantic Crossroads; connected to SPP and ShadowNet nodes</td>
     131                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a> </td>
     132        </tr>
     133        <tr>
     134                <td> <a href="GeniAggregate/BGPMux"> BGP Mux </a></td>
     135                <td> BGP-session multiplexer that provides stable, on-demand access to global BGP route feeds. Arbitrary and even transient client BGP connections can be provisioned and torn down on demand without affecting globally visible BGP sessions. </td>
     136                <td> No  </td>
     137                <td>No</td>
     138                <td> Internet2 </td>
     139                <td>  </td>
     140        </tr>
     141        <tr>
     142                <td> Stanford OpenFlow Network </a></td>
     143                <td>  </td>
     144                <td>   </td>
     145                <td>No</td>
     146                <td> Internet2 </td>
     147                <td>  </td>
     148        </tr>
     149        <tr>
     150                <td> Indiana Openflow Network </a></td>
     151                <td>  </td>
     152                <td>   </td>
     153                <td>No</td>
     154                <td> Internet2 </td>
     155                <td>  </td>
     156        </tr>
     157        <tr>
     158                <td> Rutgers Openflow Network </a></td>
     159                <td>  </td>
     160                <td>   </td>
     161                <td>No</td>
     162                <td> Internet2 </td>
     163                <td>  </td>
     164        </tr>
     165        <tr>
     166                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/WashingtonOpenFlow"> Washington Openflow Network </a></td>
     167                <td> <a href="http://www.openflow.org/"> OpenFlow </a> testbed consisting of three HP OpenFlow-controlled switches.  </td>
     168                <td>  Compute resources provided by a myPlc instance with two nodes.  </td>
     169                <td>Yes</td>
     170                <td> NLR  </td>
     171                <td>  </td>
     172        </tr>
     173
     174
     175        <tr>
     176                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/WisconsinOpenFlow">   Wisconsin Openflow Network </a></td>
     177                <td> <a href="http://www.openflow.org/"> OpenFlow </a> testbed consisting of six HP OpenFlow-controlled switches. </td>
     178                <td> Three of the six switches are connected to computing resources available to experimenters </td>
     179                <td> Yes </td>
     180                <td> NLR </td>
     181                <td>  </td>
     182        </tr>
     183        <tr>
     184                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/GpoLabOpenFlow">  GPO Lab Openflow Network </a></td>
     185                <td>  <a href="http://www.openflow.org/"> OpenFlow </a> testbed consisting of three OpenFlow-controlled switches (one each of HP, NEC, and Quanta) and an Expedient AM/OIM/FV stack. </td>
     186                <td> Computing resources provided by the GPO Lab myPLC and GPO Lab ProtoGENI aggregates  </td>
     187                <td>Yes</td>
     188                <td> Internet2: IP and Layer 2, NLR: IP and Layer 2 </td>
     189                <td> OpenFlow tools (<a href="http://noxrepo.org/wp/">NOX</a> and <a href="http://yuba.stanford.edu/~jnaous/expedient/docs/index.html">Expedient</a>),  <a href="http://trac.gpolab.bbn.com/gcf/wiki/Omni">Omni</a> </td>
     190        </tr>
     191</table>
     192<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     193}}}
     194
     195= 4 Wireless Testbeds =
     196{{{
     197#!html
     198<table border="1">
     199          <tr>
     200                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     201                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     202                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     203                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     204                 <th><b>Accepts GENI Credentials</b></th>
     205                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     206                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     207          <tr>
     208</tr>
     209        <tr>
     210                <td> <a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/OrbitWirelessTestbed"> ORBIT Wireless Testbed </a></td>
     211                <td> 400 nodes, each with two 802.11 a/b/g interfaces, arranged in a grid. Nodes can be loaded with experimenter specified OS and software.  </td>
     212                <td> Full access to nodes in the testbed </td>
     213                <td> MAC layer and above programmable by experimenter.  Topology control by changing transmit power levels and noise floor.  </td>
     214                <td>No</td>
     215                <td>  </td>
     216                <td> <a href="http://mytestbed.net/wiki/omf/Introduction">  OMF Tools </a></td>
     217        </tr>
     218        <tr>
     219                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/Dome"> DOME </a></td>
     220                <td>  35 transit buses equipped with computers and a variety of wireless radios, stationary WiFi access points with buses authenticated for access, numerous organic access points.  Radios in the testbed include 802.11b/g access points, 802.11g PCI, XTend 900Mhz radios, 3G modems, and GPS</td>
     221                <td>  Virtual machines on an embedded computer running Linux </td>
     222                <td>  No </td>
     223                <td>No</td>
     224                <td>  Internet </td>
     225                <td>  </td>
     226        </tr>
     227</table>
     228<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     229}}}
     230
     231= 5 Specialized Aggregates =
     232{{{
     233#!html
     234<table border="1">
     235          <tr>
     236                  <th><b>Aggregate</b></th>
     237                 <th><b>Description</b></th>
     238                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
     239                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
     240                 <th><b>Accepts GENI Credentials</b></th>
     241                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
     242                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     243          <tr>
     244</tr>
     245        <tr>
     246                <td>Deter </a></td>
     247                <td>Testbed for security experiments consisting of about 200 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies</td>
     248                <td>Complete PCs</td>
     249                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
     250                <td>No</td>
     251                <td>I2? NLR? Internet</td>
     252                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://seer.deterlab.net/trac"> SEER </a></td>
     253        </tr>
     254        <tr>
     255                <td>Kansei </a></td>
     256                <td> Sensor networking testbed consisting of 96 nodes.  Each node has one XSM, 4 Telosbs, and one iMote2, all of which are attached to a Stargate.  The Stargates are connected using both wired and wireless ethernet.  The nodes have 802.11, 802.15.4, and 900 MHz Chipcon CC1000 radios </td>
     257                <td> Experimenters program the Stargates running Stargate Release 7.2 from Intel Research.  </td>
     258                <td> No </td>
     259                <td>No</td>
     260                <td> Internet </td>
     261                <td> EmStar stargate development environment </td>
     262        </tr>
     263        <tr>
     264                <td>ViSE </td>
     265                <td> Virtualized access to three sensor nodes located in the Amherst, MA area. Sensor nodes include a Davis Pro Vantage Pro2 Weather Station, a Sony SNC-RZ50N Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera, and a Raymarine RD424 Radome Radar Scanner.  </td>
     266                <td> Linux virtual machines on sensor nodes  </td>
     267                <td> Testbed nodes use long distance 802.11b over directional antenna for communication </td>
     268                <td>No</td>
     269                <td> </td>
     270                <td>  </td>
     271        </tr>
     272</table>
     273<p style="font-size:x-small;">GENI Aggregate Providers: Please report errors and omissions in the table above to <a href="mailto:vthomas@bbn.com"> Vic Thomas </a></p>
     274}}}
     275[[BR]]
     276[[BR]]
     277
     278= 6 GENI Aggregates: Coming Soon =
     279       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GpENI GpENI] || Network testbed centered on a Midwest US regional optical network between The University of Kansas, Kansas State University, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, and University of Missouri – Kansas City, supported with optical switches from Ciena interconnected by Qwest fiber infrastructure. ||
     280       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENICloud GENICloud] || Brings !OpenCirrus and Ecalyptus-based cloud computing resources to GENI experimenters. ||
     281       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/PrimoGENI PrimoGENI] || Integrate a large-scale, real-time network simulator (PRIME) into ProtoGENI, enabling slices involving both physical and simulated networked components. ||
     282       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/CmuLab CMU Homenet Nodes] || Nodes on non-controlled networks placed in residences such as apartments.
     283       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/Mid-Atlantic%20Crossroads MAX] || Regional optical network consisting of wavelength-selectable switches, 10Gbps Ethernet switches, PlanetLab nodes, OpenFlow switches, NetFPGA hosts, and connections to ProtoGENI, Internet2 ION, NLR. [http://geni.maxgigapop.net  MAX Aggregate] ||
     284       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/CmuLab CMU Wireless Emulator] || A wireless network emulator that accurately emulates wireless signal propagation in a physical space. ||
     285       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/ORCABEN ORCA/BEN] || Network consisting of several segments of dark fiber and includes a reconfigurable fiber switch (layer 0) to generate different physical topologies, out of band network management to access equipment at !PoPs and remote power management for resetting and powering down of experimental equipment. ||
     286       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/DICLOUD Data Intensive Cloud] || Cloud-based environment for data-intensive experiments from start (the data collection point) to finish (processing and archiving). ||
     287       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WIMXRG Rutgers WiMAX] || GENI-enabled WiMAX base station at Rutgers University. ||
     288       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WIMXNYUPT NY Poly WiMAX] || GENI-enabled WiMAX base station at Polytechnic Institute of New York University. ||
     289       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WIMXUCLA UCLA WiMAX] || GENI-enabled WiMAX base station at the University of California, Los Angeles to support the deployment and testing of vehicular services and applications in the Campus Vehicular Testbed (C-VeT). ||
     290       || [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WIMXBBN GPO Lab WiMAX] || GENI-enabled WiMAX base station at the BBN Campus, Cambridge, MA. ||
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