Infrastructure Organization - Purdue University

Infrastructure Organization - Purdue University

Infrastructure Organization MS I Tim Korb Director, Computing Facilities Department of Computer Sciences Purdue University Outline MS I Past and current award activities Existing infrastructure

Computer Science Others Multimedia Support Infrastructure 2 Past and Current Award Activities MS I Previous NSF Infrastructure Awards Computing About Physical Objects Softlab

Intel Technology for Education Award Internet 2 vBNS/Abilene Award 3 Existing Infrastructure: CS MS I Machine Room

CS 277 CERIAS Lab CS G50 Network Systems Lab CS G16 Systems Software & Architecture Lab CS 279 Multimedia Database Lab MA 431 4

Laboratory Highlights MS I Research SGI Origin 2000 16-processor IA cluster Instructional Undergraduate Turing lab Graduate systems lab 800 network ports: ATM, 10/100 Ethernet, Myrinet, Wireless 5

SGI Origin 2000 MS I 32 processors 16 GB memory Dual Infinite Reality 2 graphics pipes 6 Intel Architecture Cluster MS I

16 processors 400 MHz PII 256 MB memory 4 GB disk 7 Undergraduate Lab MS I 25 Intel Architecture PII

Windows NT Visual Studio J++ 8 Graduate Systems Lab MS I 25 front end dual PII workstations 40 back end experimental networked stations 9 Wiring MS

I 800 network ports ATM Ethernet 10Base-T

100Base-T switched shared Myrinet Wireless 10 Staff MS I Hardware Two full-time technicians/engineers Student assistants Software

Three UNIX support Three PC support Student assistants Administrative 11 Existing Infrastructure: Others MS I

Video and Image Processing Lab (MSEE) Distributed Multimedia Systems Lab (MSEE) Thermalhydralics and Reactor Safety Lab (ASL) Basic Medical Sciences Lab (LYNN) 12 Multimedia Support Infrastructure MS I

(1) Capture (2) Compress (4) Network (5) Display (3) Store, Index, Retrieve 13 MSI Support Activities MS I Direct support of all research activities Storage, Indexing, Retrieval, Compression Networking Security

Indirect support Capture Display 14 Equipment Categories MS I 10% 4% 38% 11%

Storage Networking Compression Presentation Capture 37% 15 Equipment by Year MS I $600,000 $500,000 Presentation Capture Compression

Network Storage $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 16 Campus Equipment Locations MS I Math Science Bldg. Computer Science Bldg.

Lynn Hall Recitation Hall Nuclear Eng. EE Bldg. MSEE Bldg.17 Purdue and Fisk University MS I Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana Fisk University Nashville, Tennessee Workstations

Video cameras MPEG encoder and decoder 18

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