NDDI/OS3E Service Launch Overview Webinar
Software-defined networking (SDN) has the potential to provide the same level of customization for networks that apps have brought to cell phones. The NDDI/OS3E Service Launch Overview Webinar held earlier this month showcased the Open Science, Scholarship and Services Exchange (OS3E). This is the first service built on the next generation innovation platform for research and networking in the United States – NDDI (Network Development and Deployment Initiative) – a collaboration between Internet2, Indiana University, and the Clean Slate Program at Stanford University.
OS3E is being launched to support global research and create new opportunities for Internet2 members to innovate. The webinar showcased exciting new SDN solutions to support astronomers, climatologists, physicists, medical researchers—anyone whose work depends on the exacting exchange of massive data files. The webinar slides (pdf) and Netcast (Adobe Connect) are available for download on the NDDI and OS3E Homepage. To speak more about obtaining an OS3E Port, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.