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SUN MICROSYSTEMS AND INTERNET2 CREATE DIRECTORY TESTBED FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

Washington, D.C., June 19, 2001--Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Internet2 today
announced the development of the Directory of Directories for Higher
Education (DoDHE). The directory of directories is a service testbed
enabling people to find and communicate with each other in the United States
by using high performance network applications such as video-conferencing.
The Directory will support over 6 million people in the United States.

"This testbed allows us to develop tools needed to create white pages for
all of higher education," said Michael Gettes, Principal Technologist for
Georgetown University. "Students, faculty and staff will be able to find
colleagues and collaborators and learn how to connect to them using tools
from instant messaging to video-conferencing."

"The Internet2 community has done some ground breaking work on addressing
the critical need for a coordinated directory schema across University
campuses," said Kim Jones, Vice President, Global Education and Research for
Sun Microsystems. "We are excited to be collaborating with Internet2 by
providing the hardware, technology and license support to make this project
a reality."

The DoDHE testbed will extend beyond current technologies by linking
enterprise based directories using open and scalable technologies to enable
real-time searching. In contrast to current Web directories, this effort
aims to develop the tools and practices that allow people to control and
update their own information. The testbed will explore issues such as
scalability, parallel searching and user interface.

The Directory of Directories is part of the Internet2 Middleware Initiative,
which is developing the software between the network and the applications to
provide services such as identification, authentication, authorization,
directories and security. By promoting standardization and interoperability,
middleware makes advanced network applications much easier to use.

Sun and iPlanet are contributing E450 Servers along with the 6 million entry
developmental license to develop and test the directory service suite.

About Internet2
Led by over 180 US universities, working with industry and government,
Internet2 is developing and deploying advanced network applications and
technologies for research and higher education, accelerating the creation of
tomorrow's Internet. Internet2 recreates the partnerships of academia,
industry and government that helped foster today's Internet in its infancy.
For more information about Internet2, see: http://www.internet2.edu/

Sun In Education
Sun is a leading provider of open network computing solutions to colleges
and universities around the world, powering academic, research and high
performance computing systems, campus administration, digital libraries and
student instruction systems. In addition, Sun is committed to connecting the
world's students to the Internet, beginning with primary and secondary
schools and extending to all levels of higher education. For information
about Sun in Education, please visit http://www.sun.com/edu.

About Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision--"The Network Is The
Computer"--has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq:SUNW), to its
position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and
services that power the Internet and allow companies worldwide to dot-com
their businesses. With $17.6 billion in annual revenues, Sun can be found
in more than 170 countries and on the World Wide Web at http://sun.com.

Contacts:
Greg Wood
Internet2
(202) 331-5360


Alexa Hanes
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
(650) 786-5145


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DANTE, the not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing network
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to announce that the connectivity for the pan-European Gigabit research
network G√ČANT is about to get awarded.

You will find below the text of a press release distributed on Tuesday,
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CONNECTIVITY FOR THE PAN-EUROPEAN GIGABIT RESEARCH NETWORK ABOUT TO GET
AWARDED


Cambridge, UK
June 19, 2001

The National Research and Education Networks (NREN) Consortium announced
today during an event organised in Athens by the Greek Research and
Technology Network (GRNET) and the General Secretariat for Research and
Technology of the Greek Ministry of Development that a series of contracts
for the connectivity to build GEANT was about to be signed.

GEANT is the pan-European Gigabit research network to become operational in
November 2001. It represents a 40 million Euro per year activity, co-funded
by the European Commission as part of its 5th Framework Programme.

The connectivity within GEANT will be provided by a total of nine suppliers,
the largest three contributing 118 Gigabits out of the 120 total Gigabits on
the network. It is anticipated that GEANT will implement nine trunks
circuits operating at 10 Gigabits and a further eleven trunk circuits
operating at 2.5 Gigabits from day one, with at least ten research networks
accessing this backbone at 2.5 Gigabits. The resilience of the network will
be assured by a number of dual links connecting the GEANT points of presence
in most cities from day one .

The combination of these two elements, speed and resilience, will give GEANT
an efficient and robust structure and make it the most advanced network of
its kind in the world to this day.

Interconnecting over 3,000 research and education organisations in more than
30 countries, GEANT will keep up with the tradition of excellence and
innovation which has been the trademark of the previous generations of
pan-European research networks. At the leading edge of technology, the
members of the Consortium will use GEANT as a testbed to develop such
technologies as Quality of Service and IPv6 into operational services to
benefit the entire European research and education community.

Responsibility for implementing GEANT lies with DANTE, the Cambridge-based
organisation co-ordinating partner of the project.

About the NREN Consortium:
The NREN Consortium regroups 27 European national and regional research and
education networks who have committed to taking part in GEANT for the
duration of the project, with DANTE as a co-ordinating partner. These NRENs
provide connectivity to a total of 31 countries across Europe.

About DANTE:
The launch of DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe Ltd.)
in 1993 marked an important milestone in the history of European research
networking. Set up to provide advanced international data network services
for the European research community, DANTE's services complement those
provided by the national research networks. DANTE is a not-for-profit
company, which has a number of European national research and education
networks as its shareholders. Information on DANTE and GEANT is available on
http://www.dante.net.

GRNET
GRNET, a next generation Internet infrastructure, aims at fulfilling the
Greek Research & Academic Community requirements and serves as a vehicle
towards advanced networking development. It participates actively in the
GEANT / TEN - 155 consortium of all National Research & Education Networks
(NRENs) of Europe, that provides advanced interconnections among them and
sponsors related networking experiments (pilots).

For more information about GEANT, please contact:

Marine Chartois,
External Relations Manager,
DANTE
Tel: +44 1223 302 992




_________________________________________________________________

* * Marine Chartois - External Relations Manager
* *
* Francis House Tel +44 1223 302 992
* 112 Hills Road Fax +44 1223 303 005
* Cambridge CB2 1PQ
D A N T E United Kingdom http://www.dante.net
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CENIC TODAY

Volume 4, Issue 5
June 2001

IN THIS ISSUE

Quote of the Month

CENIC News
* Nortel Networks Joins CENIC as Corporate Partner Associate
* CENIC Names Gregory Scott as head of Optical Network Initiative
* CENIC and SDSC Publish First Volume of InterAct, a Networking
Applications Magazine
* CENIC's CoolApp Hits the Century Mark
* Presentations From CENIC 2001: A Network Odyssey Now Available On-line

National Networking News
* Internet2 Backbone Network Connects Universities in Every State
* Bill Seeks to Provide $60 Million for Rural Internet Access

Factoid: OED to Add IT Vocabulary to English Lexicon

About CENIC
Subscription Information


CENIC News

-----------------------------------------------------------
Nortel Networks Joins CENIC as Corporate Partner Associate
-----------------------------------------------------------

The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
announced that Nortel Networks has joined its Associates program. Nortel
Networks is a global leader in communications and Internet solutions for
service providers and corporations.

"Nortel Networks has a strong track record in applying innovative
technologies to boost the performance and reliability of today's
Internet. CENIC's charter members are the architects of CalREN-2, an ultra
wideband R&D network dedicated to research and education. CENIC looks
forward to collaborating with Nortel Networks in building the next-step
CalREN for California's research and education communities," said Thomas W.
West, CENIC's president and executive director


---------------------------------------------------------------
CENIC Names Gregory Scott as head of Optical Network Initiative
---------------------------------------------------------------

CENIC has tapped Gregory Scott to head up CENIC's Optical Network
Initiative (ONI). Mr. Scott has the perfect compliment of skills and
experience to head this initiative. Most recently, Mr. Scott served as the
director of Network and Telecommunications Services at UC-Santa Cruz. In
addition, he has been actively involved with educational networking in
California for over 10 years. He has held positions previously with Arthur
Young and Company, New Jersey Bell, and Textronix.

CENIC President/Executive Director Tom West believes Mr. Scott is right for
the job. "Greg Scott is going to be a great addition to the CENIC
team. His experiences in industry and in higher education have uniquely
qualified him for this position. He's got a clear vision for the ONI - and
the skills, the contacts, and the background to make it a success."


------------------------------------------------
CENIC and SDSC Publish First Volume of InterAct,
a Networking Applications Magazine
------------------------------------------------

CENIC and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) have recently published
the first issue of InterAct, a quarterly magazine devoted to the
advanced-services network applications being developed in California.

In the introduction to this quarter's issue, CENIC President/Executive
Director Tom West and SDSC Director Fran Berman describe how InterAct will
highlight the strong relationship that already exists between CENIC and
SDSC: "CENIC and SDSC are partners in accelerating the pace of innovation
and development in California. The articles in this first issue of
InterAct describe the power and promise of applying a new generation of
information age tools to exploit tomorrow's technological advances."

InterAct is available via the website (in PDF
format): http://www.cenic.org/CENIC-InterAct-501.pdf. In order to receive
a hard copy of this publication, please send e-mail to


with your name and mailing address and the number of copies you'd like.


-------------------------------------
CENIC's CoolApp Hits the Century Mark
-------------------------------------

In early July, subscribers to CENIC's CoolApp service will receive their
100th electronic briefing on the best advanced-services network
applications being developed right here in California.

Don't miss out on the next 100 CoolApps! Subscribe today on the CENIC
website: http://www.cenic.org/CAcover.html.


----------------------------------------------------------------------
Presentations From CENIC 2001: A Network Odyssey Now Available On-line
----------------------------------------------------------------------

The CENIC website now includes many of the presentations (in both
Powerpoint and HTML format) that were made at the CENIC 2001
conference. Check them out
at: http://www.cenic.org/CENIC2001/CENIC01sched.html.

If you would like to include your CENIC 2001 presentation on the CENIC
website, feel free to e-mail it to

or call 760/510-8406.


------------------------
National Networking News
------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------
Internet2 Backbone Network Connects Universities in Every State
-----------------------------------------------------------

ABILENE, an Internet2 backbone network, now reaches at least one university
in each of the 50 states in the US. Operating at speeds up to 2.4 gigabits
per second, or 45,000 times faster than a typical modem, ABILENE provides
high-performance network services that enable advanced applications such as
high-definition television, telemedicine and remote access to scientific
instruments.

CENIC's own high-performance network, CalREN-2, and ABILENE have been
connected since their initial deployment in 1998.

Over 180 Internet2 universities and research laboratories now have access
to the ABILENE network, which, in addition to high speed, provides advanced
networking services such as multicasting and IPv6.


-----------------------------------------------------------
Bill Seeks to Provide $60 Million for Rural Internet Access
-----------------------------------------------------------

United States Senator Patty Murray (D - Washington) introduced a bill on
June 14, 2001 that will make $60 million in grants available to rural
communities exploring ways to obtain broadband Internet access.

Murray said the funds could be used to underwrite planning efforts broad
enough to include students, assess needs and identify solutions. According
to Murray, providers will be attracted most to communities that know how
they would use advanced telecommunications to help farmers, attract new
industry or connect small hospitals to those in cities.

Grant amounts would probably range between $50,000 and $200,000. In order
to qualify for a grant, counties must have fewer than 300 people per square
mile.

Source: The Net Economy (http://www.theneteconomy.com), June 15, 2001.


-----------------------------------------------------
Factoid: OED to Add IT Vocabulary to English Lexicon
-----------------------------------------------------

The ultimate authority on English, the Oxford English Dictionary, is adding
dozens of new tech-related words to its online edition. Among the new
terms are chat room, dot-com, cyber-, WWW, HTML, and B2B. The full list of
new terms can be seen at
http://update.informationweek.com/cgi-bin4/flo?y=eDwA0Bc45H0V20O4r0Ag

--------------
About CENIC
--------------

CENIC is a not-for-profit corporation formed by the California Institute of
Technology, the California State University, Stanford University, the
University of California, and the University of Southern California to
facilitate and coordinate the deployment, development, and operation of a
set of seamless and robust advanced network services. The CENIC Associates
program offers qualified companies the opportunity to collaborate with
CENIC in pursuit of the goal of providing the most advanced network
services for research and education. Cisco Systems, Nortel and Pacific Bell
are CENIC's Partner Associates.

More information is available on the CENIC website: http://www.cenic.org
or by sending e-mail to
.

-------------------------
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-------------------------

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<font face="Courier New, Courier">CENIC TODAY<br>
<br>
Volume 4, Issue 5 <br>
June 2001<br>
<br>
IN THIS ISSUE<br>
<br>
Quote of the Month<br>
<br>
CENIC News<br>
* Nortel Networks Joins CENIC as Corporate Partner Associate<br>
* CENIC Names Gregory Scott as head of Optical Network Initiative<br>
* CENIC and SDSC Publish First Volume of InterAct, a Networking
Applications Magazine<br>
* CENIC's CoolApp Hits the Century Mark<br>
* Presentations From CENIC 2001: A Network Odyssey Now Available
On-line<br>
<br>
National Networking News<br>
* Internet2 Backbone Network Connects Universities in Every State<br>
* Bill Seeks to Provide $60 Million for Rural Internet Access<br>
<br>
Factoid:&nbsp; OED to Add IT Vocabulary to English Lexicon<br>
<br>
About CENIC<br>
Subscription Information<br>
<br>
<br>
CENIC News<br>
<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
Nortel Networks Joins CENIC as Corporate Partner Associate<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
announced that Nortel Networks has joined its Associates program.&nbsp;
Nortel Networks is a global leader in communications and Internet
solutions for service providers and corporations.<br>
<br>
&quot;Nortel Networks has a strong track record in applying innovative
technologies to boost the performance and reliability of today's
Internet.&nbsp; CENIC's charter members are the architects of CalREN-2,
an ultra wideband R&amp;D network dedicated to research and
education.&nbsp; CENIC looks forward to collaborating with Nortel
Networks in building the next-step CalREN for California's research and
education communities,&quot; said Thomas W. West, CENIC's president and
executive director<br>
<br>
<br>
---------------------------------------------------------------<br>
CENIC Names Gregory Scott as head of Optical Network Initiative<br>
---------------------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
CENIC has tapped Gregory Scott to head up CENIC's Optical Network
Initiative (ONI).&nbsp; Mr. Scott has the perfect compliment of skills
and experience to head this initiative.&nbsp; Most recently, Mr. Scott
served as the director of Network and Telecommunications Services at
UC-Santa Cruz.&nbsp; In addition, he has been actively involved with
educational networking in California for over 10 years.&nbsp; He has held
positions previously with Arthur Young and Company, New Jersey Bell, and
Textronix.&nbsp; <br>
<br>
CENIC President/Executive Director Tom West believes Mr. Scott is right
for the job.&nbsp;&nbsp; &quot;Greg Scott is going to be a great addition
to the CENIC team.&nbsp; His experiences in industry and in higher
education have uniquely qualified him for this position.&nbsp; He's got a
clear vision for the ONI - and the skills, the contacts, and the
background to make it a success.&quot;<br>
<br>
<br>
------------------------------------------------<br>
CENIC and SDSC Publish First Volume of InterAct, <br>
a Networking Applications Magazine<br>
------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
CENIC and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) have recently
published the first issue of InterAct, a quarterly magazine devoted to
the advanced-services network applications being developed in California.
<br>
<br>
In the introduction to this quarter's issue, CENIC President/Executive
Director Tom West and SDSC Director Fran Berman describe how InterAct
will highlight the strong relationship that already exists between CENIC
and SDSC:&nbsp; &quot;CENIC and SDSC are partners in accelerating the
pace of innovation and development in California.&nbsp; The articles in
this first issue of InterAct describe the power and promise of applying a
new generation of information age tools to exploit tomorrow's
technological advances.&quot;<br>
<br>
InterAct is available via the website (in PDF format):&nbsp;
<a href="http://www.cenic.org/CENIC-InterAct-501.pdf.%A0";
eudora="autourl">http://www.cenic.org/CENIC-InterAct-501.pdf.
</a> In order to receive a hard copy of this publication, please send
e-mail to

with your name and mailing address and the
number of copies you'd like.<br>
<br>
<br>
-------------------------------------<br>
CENIC's CoolApp Hits the Century Mark<br>
-------------------------------------<br>
<br>
In early July, subscribers to CENIC's CoolApp service will receive their
100th electronic briefing on the best advanced-services network
applications being developed right here in California.<br>
<br>
Don't miss out on the next 100 CoolApps!&nbsp; Subscribe today on the
CENIC website:&nbsp;
<a href="http://www.cenic.org/CAcover.html";
eudora="autourl">http://www.cenic.org/CAcover.html</a>.<br>
<br>
<br>
----------------------------------------------------------------------<br>
Presentations From CENIC 2001: A Network Odyssey Now Available
On-line<br>
----------------------------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
The CENIC website now includes many of the presentations (in both
Powerpoint and HTML format) that were made at the CENIC 2001
conference.&nbsp; Check them out at:&nbsp;
<a href="http://www.cenic.org/CENIC2001/CENIC01sched.html";
eudora="autourl">http://www.cenic.org/CENIC2001/CENIC01sched.html</a>.<br>
<br>
If you would like to include your CENIC 2001 presentation on the CENIC
website, feel free to e-mail it to

or call
760/510-8406.<br>
<br>
<br>
------------------------<br>
National Networking News<br>
------------------------<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
Internet2 Backbone Network Connects Universities in Every State<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
ABILENE, an Internet2 backbone network, now reaches at least one
university in each of the 50 states in the US. Operating at speeds up to
2.4 gigabits per second, or 45,000 times faster than a typical modem,
ABILENE provides high-performance network services that enable advanced
applications such as high-definition television, telemedicine and remote
access to scientific instruments.<br>
<br>
CENIC's own high-performance network, CalREN-2, and ABILENE have been
connected since their initial deployment in 1998.<br>
<br>
Over 180 Internet2 universities and research laboratories now have access
to the ABILENE network, which, in addition to high speed, provides
advanced networking services such as multicasting and IPv6.<br>
<br>
<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
Bill Seeks to Provide $60 Million for Rural Internet Access<br>
-----------------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
United States Senator Patty Murray (D - Washington) introduced a bill on
June 14, 2001 that will make $60 million in grants available to rural
communities exploring ways to obtain broadband Internet access.<br>
<br>
Murray said the funds could be used to underwrite planning efforts broad
enough to include students, assess needs and identify solutions.&nbsp;
According to Murray, providers will be attracted most to communities that
know how they would use advanced telecommunications to help farmers,
attract new industry or connect small hospitals to those in cities.<br>
<br>
Grant amounts would probably range between $50,000 and $200,000. In order
to qualify for a grant, counties must have fewer than 300 people per
square mile. <br>
<br>
Source:&nbsp; The Net Economy
(<a href="http://www.theneteconomy.com/";
eudora="autourl">http://www.theneteconomy.com</a>),
June 15, 2001.<br>
<br>
<br>
-----------------------------------------------------<br>
Factoid:&nbsp; OED to Add IT Vocabulary to English Lexicon<br>
-----------------------------------------------------<br>
<br>
The ultimate authority on English, the Oxford English Dictionary, is
adding dozens of new tech-related words to its online edition.&nbsp;
Among the new terms are chat room, dot-com, cyber-, WWW, HTML, and
B2B.&nbsp; The full list of new terms can be seen at <br>
<a
href="http://update.informationweek.com/cgi-bin4/flo?y=eDwA0Bc45H0V20O4r0Ag";
eudora="autourl">http://update.informationweek.com/cgi-bin4/flo?y=eDwA0Bc45H0V20O4r0Ag</a><br>
<br>
--------------<br>
About CENIC<br>
--------------<br>
<br>
CENIC is a not-for-profit corporation formed by the California Institute
of Technology, the California State University, Stanford University, the
University of California, and the University of Southern California to
facilitate and coordinate the deployment, development, and operation of a
set of seamless and robust advanced network services. The CENIC
Associates program offers qualified companies the opportunity to
collaborate with CENIC in pursuit of the goal of providing the most
advanced network services for research and education. Cisco Systems,
Nortel and Pacific Bell are CENIC's Partner Associates.<br>
<br>
More information is available on the CENIC website:&nbsp;
<a href="http://www.cenic.org/"; eudora="autourl">http://www.cenic.org</a>
or by sending e-mail to
.<br>
<br>
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