The research team Canal Campus developed on 2014 April 4th, Friday, an experiment of information transmission with zero latency during the celebration of the meeting Galician Connection in the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia, in Santiago de Compostela. This experiment, developed in collaboration with the Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia (CESGA), consisted in that part of the members of the musical group resident of the USC Faculty of Communication Sciences, Boys e Vacas, interpreted a song in the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia, and the another part participated in the interpretation of the same song from the Faculty of Communication Sciences. The use of the high speed of data communication that facilitates the Rede de Ciencia e Tecnoloxía de Galicia (Recetga), managed by the CESGA, allowed that the coordination between the two groups of musicians were totally precise. More information on: http://www.cesga.es/es/actualidad/novas/amosar/5235
Latency 0 at the RedIRIS technical conferences
The University of Santiago de Compostela and the Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia, CESGA, took part in an experience to make possible a concert at distance with a minimum of latency Santiago de Compostela, December 10, 2014: recently held the 25 Edition of the Conference techniques of RedIRIS, the academic and network of Spanish research that provides advanced communication services to the scientific community. The appointment was in the San Francisco, Center of congresses and exhibitions of the Diputación de Cáceres Cultural complex. This center was during part of the end of a highway of communication of more than 2,700 km connected Caceres directly with the Italian city of Trieste.