OptIPuter Exhibited at SC06

Participants: Alan Verlo, Byungil Jeong, Jason Leigh, Lance Long, Laura Wolf, Luc Renambot, Maxine Brown, Xi Wang

URL: http://www.supercomp.org

Tampa, FL

As an OptIPuter partner, EVL participated at this year’s SC06 Conference showcasing SAGE, the Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment advancements. SAGE is specialized middleware that simultaneously enables human-to-human communication and data-sharing communication on variable-sized tiled displays connected via optical networks. At SC06, SAGES’s new network service - ‘Visualcasting’ that enables two or more users to share application content in sending multi-gigabit streams as required was successfully demonstrated between OptIPuter partners on-site and via remote participation (Dutch Research Consortium / SARA High Performance Networking & Insight Services Group; UIC / EVL and StarLight).

SAGE demonstrations took place at the following SC06 exhibit booths:
  • Apple Computer
  • California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) and Center for Earth Observation Applications (CEOA) at University of California San Diego (UCSD)
  • Pacific Northwest GigaPoP and ResearchChannel (University of Michigan, School of Information)
  • Purdue University, Envision Center for Data Perceptualization and the Rosen Center for Advanced Computing

PhD candidate Byungil Jeong’s also presented a technical paper discussing SAGE research, “High-Performance Dynamic Graphics Streaming for Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment”. EVL co-Director, Jason Leigh presented “Global Lambda Visualization Facility and SAGE Visualcasting”, and Associate Director, Maxine Brown presented “TransLight and GLIF”, both from the National LambdaRail SC06 booth on the show floor.

Email: maxine@uic.edu

Date: November 11, 2006 - November 17, 2006

Document: OptIPuter@SC06 Flyer

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