[email protected] and

Report
August 5, 2013
Her Royal Highness Princess Maha
Chakri Sirindhorn
18 May 2000 DELPHI
Detector, LEP
16 March 2009 CMS
Detector, LHC
9 Dec 2003 RSIS: Role of Science in
Information Society
13th April 2010 LHC
Briefing
25th December 2009 The Thai-CERN subcommittee
delegates from universities and related research orga
has been appointed and chaired by Prof. Pairash Thaj
National Science and Technology
Development
Suranaree University of Technology
(SUT)

The university campus
is located at Nakhon
Ratchasima province,
only 250 km from
Bangkok
Photo taken at Sra Patum Palace on Decembe
SUT is a full member of
On 13 December
2012 , there was a signing cerem
ALICE
Memorandum of Understanding between SUT and
ALICE Grid site at SUT
Collaborate with
National Electronics
and Computer
Technology Center
(NECTEC) to setup a
Grid site for
[email protected] as part of
the Thailand National
e-Science
Infrastructure
Consortium

336 Cores IBM
x3755 M3
 100 TB IBM
DCS 3700

http://physics-ce.sut.ac.th/ganglia/
http://alimonitor.cern.ch/siteinfo/?site
=SUT
SUTNET (2013)
Data Center
Management
GATEWAY
UNINET
10G
Log Server
VPN
10G
ISP
350/175Mb
Router
E-Journal
proxy
HPCC
10G
Domain
NAC
BM
Firewall
Server Farm
RADIUS
Storage
Voice
Voice Gateway
Video
Conference
Proxy Server
10G
SRAN
Core Switch
IP-PBX
1G
อาคารศู นย์ แพทย์
PSTN
WiFi
HOT SPOT
10G
1G
อาคารบริหาร
อาคารเรียนรวม 2
Academic Zone
ADSL
10G
10G
10G
อาคารเรียนรวม 1
อาคารวิชาการ-1
กิจการนักศึกษา
อาคารวิชาการ-2
เส้ นทางสารอง
10G
10G
1G
1G
Dormitory
Academic Zone
10G
อาคารสุ รพัฒน์
สุ รสั มมนาคาร
อาคารเครื่องมือ 9
อาคารบรรณสาร อาคารเครื่องมือ 2 อาคารเครื่องมือ 7-8
อาคารเครื่องมือ 1,3,4,5,6
ฟาร์ม
หอพักนักศึกษา
อาคารเครื่องมือ 10
กลุ่มอาคารเรือนพัก R
เส้ นทางสารอง
PABX
Internet Gateway at
SUT
ISP
350
350/175Mb M
UNIN
ET
10G
UNINET 10G
(SUT)
GATEWAY
1
10
Ro 0 FirewallG
ute G IP
r
S
10G
Core
Switch
Tier 2 Grid site for
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Tier 0
Offline farm
CERN computer centre
O2 Project
Online system
Tier 1
South Korea
Italy Germany …..
International
centres
…..
TIEN4
Tier 2
Regional
groups
NECTEC SUT
UniNet
…..
…..
National e-Science Infrastructure
Consortium
 Initiative
to collaboratively develop
national infrastructure for e-Science in
Thailand
 Run
 All

as a consortium
members manage with their own budget
Heads of all institutes are steering committee
 Total
Budget: USD$3.7Million
 Use Virtual Organization (VO) to manage
application areas
 Shared resource, CPU and Data.
Large-Scale Simulation Research Laboratory
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
National e-Science Infrastructure
Consortium partners
Founding members: CU, SUT, KMUTT, HAII, and
NSTDA
 Open for new members toward National
Infrastructure
 Current application areas:

 High
eneygy physics
 Climate change
 Water and energy resources, and, environment
 Computational science and engineering
Large-Scale Simulation Research Laboratory
 Computer science and engineering
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
Organization
Large-Scale Simulation Research Laboratory
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
Roadmap
 Expanding
Large-Scale Simulation Research Laboratory
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
Members
 Expanding Resources
 Expanding active projects
 Expanding achievements
Resource Roadmap
Large-Scale Simulation Research Laboratory
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
UniNet
Thailand Education and
Research Network Objectives
 internet access for Universities
 network infrastructure for research
 Facilitate IT campus for Distance
Learning
Dr. Wanchai Rivepiboon
Dr. Wanchai Rivepiboon
ThaiSarn
 The
National Electronics and
Computer Technology Center (
NECTEC ) setup a national-wide
network called Thai Social/Scientific
Academic and Research Network
(ThaiSarn)
ThaiREN

Thailand Research Education Network
Association
APAN-JP622M
Internet2155M
TEIN4 310M
7G
International
Domestic11G
TEIN4
 TEIN
(Trans-Eurasia Information
Network) – International links of Asia
and Europe via dedicated highcapacity internet network for noncommercial, research & education
purposes. First conceived in 2000 and
now due to run until 2016.
www.tein.asia
 TEIN
project stages in the 4th
phase, TEIN4, and it is set to
receive 16 Million Euro of funding
from the EU and Asian partners.
Using the powerful network links
now in place, up to 10Gbps
bandwidth, researchers across
www.tein.asia
Asia-Pacific are participating in
world-class collaborative research
http://www.teincc.org/tein4/?c=2/32
www.tein.asia
Conclusion
Network is import to GRID.
 We have to develop the connections among
Asian countries and welcome new commer
such as Indonesia.


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