Changes between Version 63 and Version 64 of ExperimenterPortal


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05/03/11 14:33:15 (8 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    3939                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
    4040                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
    41                  <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
    4241                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
    4342                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     
    4948                <td>Virtual machines on PlanetLab nodes</td>
    5049                <td>No</td>
    51                 <td>No</td>
    5250                <td>Internet</td>
    5351                <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>
     
    5856                <td>Virtual machines on PlanetLab nodes</td>
    5957                <td>No</td>
    60                 <td>No</td>
    6158                <td>Internet2: IP; NLR: IP; Internet</td>
    6259                <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>
     
    6461        <tr>
    6562                <td><a href="GeniAggregate/UtahProtoGeni"> Utah ProtoGENI </a></td>
    66                 <td>Over 500 co-located PCs that can be loaded with an experimenter specified OS image and connected in arbitrary topologies</td>
     63                <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>
    6764                <td>Complete PCs or virtual machines on PCs</td>
    6865                <td>PCs can be set up as routers, plus experimenter-controllable switches (HP ProCurves)</td>
    69                 <td>60 nodes with 2 WiFi cards each, plus software-defined radio peripherals (USRP2)</td>
    7066                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
    7167                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a></td>
     
    7672                <td>Complete PCs or virtual machines on PCs</td>
    7773                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
    78                 <td>No</td>
    7974                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
    8075                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://www.netlab.uky.edu/p/instools/"> Instrumentation Tools</a> </td>
     
    8580                <td>Complete PCs</td>
    8681                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
    87                 <td>No</td>
    8882                <td>Internet2: IP and Layer 2; NLR: IP and Layer 2; Internet</td>
    8983                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://gush.cs.williams.edu/trac/gush"> Gush</a></td>
     
    9488                <td>  Experimenter software, written in a subset of Python, runs in sandboxes on Million Node GENI platforms.  </td>
    9589                <td>  No </td>
    96                 <td>  Million Node GENI includes wireless platforms </td>
    9790                <td> Internet </td>
    9891                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>,  Million Node GENI Tools </td>
     
    111104                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
    112105                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
    113                  <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
    114106                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
    115107                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     
    122114                <td>  Experimenters program the General-Purpose Processing Engines (GPEs) and Network Processor Blades (NPE) of the SPP nodes. </td>
    123115                <td>  Yes </td>
    124                 <td>  No </td>
    125116                <td> Internet2 </td>
    126117                <td>  </td>
     
    131122                <td> No  </td>
    132123                <td>  Yes </td>
    133                 <td>  No </td>
    134124                <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>
    135125                <td> <a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a> </td>
     
    140130                <td> No  </td>
    141131                <td> Yes  </td>
    142                 <td>  No </td>
    143132                <td> Internet2 </td>
    144133                <td>  </td>
     
    149138                <td>   </td>
    150139                <td>   </td>
    151                 <td>   </td>
    152140                <td> Internet2 </td>
    153141                <td>  </td>
     
    158146                <td>   </td>
    159147                <td>   </td>
    160                 <td>   </td>
    161148                <td> Internet2 </td>
    162149                <td>  </td>
     
    165152                <td> Rutgers Openflow Network </a></td>
    166153                <td>  </td>
    167                 <td>   </td>
    168154                <td>   </td>
    169155                <td>   </td>
     
    176162                <td> Computing resources provided by the GPO Lab myPLC and GPO Lab ProtoGENI aggregates  </td>
    177163                <td>  Yes </td>
    178                 <td>  No </td>
    179164                <td> Internet2: IP and Layer 2, NLR: IP and Layer 2 </td>
    180165                <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>
     
    193178                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
    194179                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
    195                  <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
    196180                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
    197181                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     
    203187                <td> Full access to nodes in the testbed </td>
    204188                <td> MAC layer and above programmable by experimenter.  Topology control by changing transmit power levels and noise floor.  </td>
    205                 <td>  Yes </td>
    206189                <td>  </td>
    207190                <td> <a href="http://mytestbed.net/wiki/omf/Introduction">  OMF Tools </a></td>
     
    209192        <tr>
    210193                <td><a href="http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniAggregate/Dome"> DOME </a></td>
    211                 <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. </td>
     194                <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>
    212195                <td>  Virtual machines on an embedded computer running Linux </td>
    213196                <td>  No </td>
    214                 <td>  Yes: 802.11b/g AP, 802.11g PCI, XTend 900Mhz radio, 3G modem, and GPS  </td>
    215197                <td>  Internet </td>
    216198                <td>  </td>
     
    229211                 <th><b>Compute Resources</b></th>
    230212                 <th><b>Programmable Network</b></th>
    231                  <th><b>Wireless</b></th>
    232213                 <th><b>Network Connectivity</b></th>
    233214                 <th><b>Experimenter Tools</b></th>
     
    239220                <td>Complete PCs</td>
    240221                <td>PCs can be set up as routers</td>
    241                 <td>No</td>
    242222                <td>I2? NLR? Internet</td>
    243223                <td><a href="http://www.protogeni.net">   ProtoGENI Tools</a>, <a href="http://seer.deterlab.net/trac"> SEER </a></td>
     
    245225        <tr>
    246226                <td>Kansei </a></td>
    247                 <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.  </td>
     227                <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>
    248228                <td> Experimenters program the Stargates running Stargate Release 7.2 from Intel Research.  </td>
    249229                <td> No </td>
    250                 <td> Yes: 802.11, 802.15.4, and 900 MHz Chipcon CC1000 radios on the nodes.  </td>
    251230                <td> Internet </td>
    252231                <td> EmStar stargate development environment </td>
     
    256235                <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>
    257236                <td> Linux virtual machines on sensor nodes  </td>
    258                 <td> No  </td>
    259237                <td> Testbed nodes use long distance 802.11b over directional antenna for communication </td>
    260238                <td> </td>