Supported by InCNTRE at Indiana University


GENI Measurement and Instrumentation Infrastructure

The Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) is designed for network experimentation, making measurement critical. GEMINI will provide the extensive instrumentation needed for collecting, analyzing, and sharing real network measurements from potentially groundbreaking GENI experiments.

Indiana University researchers, together with partners from the University of Kentucky and Internet2, have partnered on the $1.3 million project, which will build on the success of perfSONAR—an internationally deployed, network monitoring infrastructure.

Led by InCNTRE's Martin Swany, GEMINI is housed at IU and is one of only two Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) awards—the largest GENI efforts to date.

Additional Resources

GENI Project Wiki