At ESnet, we believe that a diverse workforce results in creative ideas and innovations. So we aim to create an inclusive working environment where people feel valued and can share their thoughts and ideas. In our first POV blog, Network Engineer Michael Sinatra talks about his efforts to make his colleagues feel that their contributions are valuable: http://ow.ly/kxbo3090f1F #Diversity
Lost in Translation? Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) & Collaborators Are Helping IT Pros & Scientists Find Common Language with the Open Science Cyber Risk Profile: https://t.co/kgcF0rMj3I via Science Node
ESnet aims to be a working environment where people feel valued and can freely share their thoughts and ideas. So it was especially heartwarming to see all of the staff who voluntarily came to participate in the discussion at our "Empathy Inclusion Workshop" today.
For the 2nd time in a year, ESnet & NSRC have produced and released a library of short explanatory videos to help network engineers around the world gain basic knowledge, set up basic systems and drill down into areas of specific interest. Our most recent videos cover the Science DMZ network architecture. More: ow.ly/FNyQ307Q2UG
"We are also spending a lot of time trying to solve very wide area network movement problems and binding organizations that are spread across great distances. We are really starting to get into how do you move petabytes of data from the U.S. to Europe. ESnet has been really helpful with that. That’s not a simple problem to solve by any means,” - BioTeam's Ari Berman tells HPCwire. Read More: http://ow.ly/jPOe307IZYa
Happy Holidays from all of us at Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)! Thanks so much for following us this year. We are signing off of Facebook until January 3, but we look forward to sharing more networking & research news with you in 2017.
Happy (almost) retirement to Yvonne Hines! She came to #ESnet almost 32 years ago when the facility moved from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to Berkeley Lab and has been an indispensable member of our team ever since: http://ow.ly/ErvY30782Y2
"The way our science is evolving in the high-energy frontier, in about 10 years we’re going to be facing an explosion of data coming out of the LHC accelerator." -Panagiotis Spentzouris, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. http://ow.ly/XR8t306G3as
A new 10 Gbps based peering connection between ESnet & KINBER means more bandwidth for researchers across Pennsylvania, including those at Swarthmore College, Drexel University, Penn State, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh & Lehigh University. Details: http://ow.ly/tbAW306jztR
HAPPENING NOW! High-bandwidth demonstrators at #SC16 are filling their circuits with as much traffic in & out #SCinet. They're trying to set a new record for the amount of bandwidth that traversed the show floor & beyond. Follow along here: http://ow.ly/IDNX306h5cJ
Wow! Check out the crowd for Mariam Kiran's demo "InDI: Intent-based User-defined Service Deployment over Multi-Domain SDN applications" at #SC16 today. If you missed it, she'll be doing it again tomorrow at 11am MST in Booth 1030: ow.ly/erz93063fKl
This year at #SC16, we will help provision 600 Gbps of bandwidth (6x100G) between #ESnet and the SC16 conference, which is more than we have ever brought up to SCinet in the past. Our experts will also be participating in talks, workshops and demos. More: http://ow.ly/Vy9w3063ckk #HPCmatters
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