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Deploy360 27 July 2017

GLIF 2017 to be held in Sydney

By Kevin Meynell Content and Resource Manager

The programme for the 17th Annual Global LambdaGrid Workshop has been announced. This is being held on 25-27 September 2017 at the University of Sydney, Australia, and hosted by AARNet, the Australian National Research and Education Network.

This event is bringing together networking experts from around the world to collaborate and exchange knowledge on new fibre optic networking technologies, middleware and applications. The workshop will have a specific focus on how global network architectures are supporting research applications in the Pacific region, in particular astronomy, high-energy physics, and other data intensive science. There will also be demonstrations of high-bandwidth applications.

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