The annual Technology Exchange is a premier technical event in the global R&E community, convening the community’s technology visionaries—including chief technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, operators and students from around the U.S. and the globe.
The technical challenges facing organizations today are not confined to the network alone. Leading-edge applications demand a complete advanced technology landscape—the convergence of networking, computing, storage, and other, emerging technologies. The Technology Exchange brings together the community’s technology visionaries, including the most inventive chief technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, operators and students in the world, to address these demands.
The Technology Exchange invites pioneers and architects in the fields of trust and federated identity, virtual organizations, cloud services, security, high-performance computing, storage and networking—especially research and implementation—to share their expertise in a venue designed for the cross-pollination of ideas.
The debate, discussion, working meetings and conversations that happen here will keep global technology leaders aligned and moving forward in sync. Together they’ll redefine the technology landscape by advancing the state of the art in their own areas—and forging new intersections between them.
Internet2, in collaboration with the Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), will convene the 2014 Technology Exchange to bring together a wide range of technical visionaries to address the challenges facing the research and education community as it supports data-intensive research. The conference will be hosted this year by Indiana University. For all the details, bookmark theand visit often!
2014 Technology Exchange
October 26–30, 2014
Internet2 will convene the 2014 Technology Exchange in collaboration with the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet). The meeting will be hosted by Indiana University.
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