Emerging large-scale applications for e-science and Grid require end-to-end lightpaths that need to be dynamically provisioned with QoS (quality of service) guarantees. In this paper, an e-science collaboration is demonstrated as a part of iGRID2005, where an interactive 3D HD (high definition) video transport is realized over an inter-continental lambda integrated facility on 10 Gbps GLORIAD links. To realize realtime interactive (2-way) collaboration among scientific researchers, the 10 Gbps end-to-end user-controlled lightpath between Korea and USA is dynamically provided with very high network performance. Both uncompressed and stereoscopic HD videos are then exchanged between participating sites. Thus, we verify the potential of proposed e-science collaborations by discussing underlying lambda networking infrastructure,
UCLP-enabled dynamic lightpath provisioning, HD video system setup and integration, and demonstration results.
User-controlled lightpath; Uncompressed and stereoscopic high definition videos; e-Science collaboration