Creating a Worldwide Network for the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) and Related Experimental Environments

@inproceedings{Mambretti2016CreatingAW,
  title={Creating a Worldwide Network for the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) and Related Experimental Environments},
  author={Joe Mambretti and Jim Hao Chen and Fei Yeh and Jingguo Ge and Junling You and Tong Li and Cees T. A. M. de Laat and Paola Grosso and Te-Lung Liu and Mon-Yen Luo and Akihiro Nakao and Paul M{\"u}ller and Ronald van der Pol and Martin J. Reed and Michael Stanton and Chu-Sing Yang},
  booktitle={The GENI Book},
  year={2016}
}
Many important societal activities are global in scope, and as these activities continually expand world-wide, they are increasingly based on a foundation of advanced communication services and underlying innovative network architecture, technology, and core infrastructure. To continue progress in these areas, research activities cannot be limited to campus labs and small local testbeds or even to national testbeds. Researchers must be able to explore concepts at scale—to conduct experiments on… 
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