The StarLight/iCAIR team and its collaborators NetherLight/SURFnet (Netherlands) and CESNET (Czech Republic), received the “Best Speed and Science Integration Award” for their DTN-as-a-Service, which produced high-performance data access with NVMe over Fabric with strong integration with Jupyter notebooks. To read this article, see the Supercomputing Asia website.
Joe Mambretti and Maxine Brown organized the “Global Research Platform (GRP): Creating Worldwide Advanced Services and Infrastructure for Science” BOF. Many demonstrations relevant to GRP were also done among StarLight SDX partners in the research exhibition.
iCAIR and StarLight SDX’s international partners did a variety of demonstrations to showcase SDX advancements.
The Global Research Platform (GRP), organized by Joe Mambretti and Maxine Brown, is an evolving effort focused on design, implementation, and operation strategies for next-generation distributed services and network infrastructure, including interoperable Science DMZs, on a global scale, to facilitate data transfer and accessibility.
The StarLight/iCAIR team received “Most Innovative Award” for their flexible framework to support large data transfers.