Supported by InCNTRE at Indiana University

Phoebus

High-performance data transfer for dynamic circuit networks

Phoebus is an environment for high-performance optical networks that seamlessly creates various adaptation points in the network to maximize performance. By splitting the network path into distinct segments, Phoebus minimizes the impact of packet loss and latency by leveraging the best performance attributes of each network segment.
 
Led by InCNTRE's Martin Swany, the Phoebus project aims to help bridge the performance gap by bringing revolutionary networks like Internet2's Dynamic Circuit Network (DCN) Infrastructure to users. For more information, please visit Professor Swany's webpage on his Distributed and MetaSystems Lab (DAMSL) website.