project officially started in October 1996, when 34 research universities banded together to build a next-generation Internet that would be 100 to 1,000 times faster than the existing Internet.
The NSF-funded Internet2
project, Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS), will investigate the viability of commercial clouds as an option for leading-edge research computing and computational science supporting a range of academic disciplines.
Some institutional departments that have developed their own IT solutions are generating revenue--and offsetting maintenance costs--by selling subscriptions to departments on other campuses, says Waggener at Internet2
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allows for two-way communication quickly and high-definition video sent faster than the typical Internet connection.
promises a speedier, more sophisticated network that provides an environment where first- and second-generation Internet users can coexist as they transmit or receive data, video and audio on demand.
* The University Corporation For Advanced Internet Development (UCAID, http://www.ucaid.edu) is billed as the "official site of the project to develop advanced applications and networking capabilities to meet academia's research and education mission in the 21st century." Internet2
can be reached at http://www.internet2.edu and is one of the best general resources on the project.
Im excited to bring Internet2
to Hackensack Meridian Health, which provides us new possibilities for collaborative research.
perfSONAR has been developed through an international collaboration led by Internet2
, ESnet, Indiana University, and GEeANT.
and the National Science Foundation (NSF) have confirmed the selection of six proposals by an external academic review panel for the first phase of the Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science (E-CAS) project that was first announced in November 2018, the company said.
Meanwhile, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Internet2
, a computer networking consortium, have partnered with commercial cloud providers including GCP, to accelerate scientific discoveries and promote collaboration.
Vodafone, NYSERNet, Internet2
, GRnet and CESNET will be first to trial Voyager, expanding their coverage areas through scalable, flexible optical transport networks