3 November 1994 High-speed optical links between Lawrence Livermore National Lab. and Univ. of California/Berkeley
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The Advanced Telecommunications Program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in collaboration with Pacific Bell, is developing an experimental high speed, four wavelength, protocol independent optical link for evaluating wide area networking interconnection schemes and the use of fiber amplifiers. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as a super-user, supercomputer, and super-application site, is anticipating the future bandwidth and protocol requirements necessary to connect to other such sites as well as to connect to remote sited control centers and experiments. In this paper we discuss our vision of the future of Wide Area Networking and describe the plans for the wavelength division multiplexed link between Livermore and the University of California at Berkeley.
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W. J. Lennon, W. J. Lennon, R. Lee Thombley, R. Lee Thombley, } "High-speed optical links between Lawrence Livermore National Lab. and Univ. of California/Berkeley", Proc. SPIE 10278, Defining the Global Information Infrastructure: Infrastructure, Systems, and Services: A Critical Review, 102780E (3 November 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.192185; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.192185
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