NYSERNET


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NYSERNET

New York State Educational Reasearch NETwork
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Trials of Cumulus Linux for Voyager will start with customers including Vodafone; NYSERNet and Internet2, non- profit research and education networks in the U.S.; GRnet, a national research and education network in Greece; and CESNET, developer and operator of national e-infrastructure for science, research, development and education in Czech Republic.
NYSERNet is a private, non-profit corporation that delivers advanced Internet, networking, and other services to research and education organizations across New York State.
"As a provider of next-generation Internet services for New York State's research and education community, NYSERNet is constantly looking towards the future of networking hardware, software and features," said Bill Owens, director of Advanced Technology and Networking.
NyserNet was the organization that first connected IBM Corp and General Electric Co to the internet and PSINet Inc was spun out of NyserNet in 1990.
While director of public services and Internet ambassador at NYSERNet, Inc., she was co-principal investigator on the study "Project GAIN: Connecting Rural Public Libraries to the Internet."
New York got its first Internet2 Point of Presence (PoP) yesterday with the inauguration of the NyserNet 2000 gigaPoP, which will eventually link Columbia University in New York City with other New York universities.
SUNYNet provides Internet access to all campuses, except the University and Health Center's, via a T-1 gateway to NYSERNet at Central Administration.
National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Northwest Academic Computing Consortium (NWACC) NYSERNET, Inc.
The conference was sponsored by the CICNET and nine cooperating state communications networks or organizations: netILLINOIS, INDNet, IREN, MichNet, MRnet, NYSERNet, PREPnet, WiscNet, and WVNET More than 200 people from all over the United States and Canada attended the conference.
Internet presently includes BITNET, Arpanet, MILitary NETwork, CSNet, NSFNET, BARRNet, CICNet, JvNet, Merit, MIDNet, NEARNet, NYSERNet, OARNet, PREPNet, Sesquinet, SURANet, WESTNet, and many others.
See also Project GAIN press release on NYSERNet gopher at nysernet.org).
The Internet command line prompt for your system is where you start, and there you'd type: ftp nysernet.org, hit enter, and you're connected to the FTP server at NYSERNET in New York.