Stories Tagged as “networking”

Boost the wireless in your classroom

If Wi-Fi is running slow in your classroom, or you fear it might, please email UITS with the class location and size. We’ll assess your needs, adding network connections or re-routing resources during your class period as necessary.

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Researchers: Explore tech wizardry at the 2014 Technology Exchange

Register now for the 2014 Technology Exchange in Indy October 26-30

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Sovanna Chuon joins IU as manager of the Software-Defined Networking Lab (touch for more >>)

As manager, Chuon will oversee and facilitate all communication and logistics related to training and testing at the Indianapolis-based Software Defined Networking (SDN) Lab. Chuon says he relishes the opportunity to test OpenFlow equipment from many vendors and push InCNTRE to stay in front of SDN advances.

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I-Light: The backbone of Indiana’s research and education network

I-Light is the high-speed fiber optic network that connects all of Indiana’s public universities and 99% of the private ones, too.

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Senior network engineer Brent Sweeny has received IU’s highest staff honor, the E. Ross Bartley Award (touch for more >>)

Brent Sweeny is leaving on a high note. The senior network engineer – who has worked at Indiana University since 1976 and retired May 31 – has received Indiana University’s E. Ross Bartley Award. Named after one of late IU Chancellor Herman B Wells’ most valued staff members, the Bartley Award is the highest staff award given by the IU president.

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IU Health to retire June 30

On Monday, June 30, IU Health will retire This means that any email sent to addresses using “” will be returned as undeliverable.

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InCNTRE hosted the first global PlugFest in May (touch for more >>)

This event is the first time an ONF PlugFest has been held outside of the United States. It is also the first time that the event has been simultaneously held in multiple locations.

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InCNTRE co-hosts first international PlugFest

The Beijing Internet Institute joined the Indiana Center for Network Translational Research (InCNTRE) to host the first international PlugFest this May. PlugFests are held every six months, and help network engineers ensure that software-defined networking (SDN) protocols work with vendor products.

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More IT news and events for June 4, 2014

I-Light members meeting, June 19 and 20, Morris Inn at the University of Notre Dame; IU Research Technologies part of Conner Prairie Curiosity Fair, June 14-15, 10am-5pm

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See UITS User Survey results

Thanks to all who participated in the 2014 UITS Customer Satisfaction Surveys. Student, faculty, and staff responses to these annual surveys help measure the effectiveness of IU’s IT resources, and serve as important guides to improving IT services and support.

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Summer of Networking program now offered for college credit

The Summer of Networking (SoN) internship program is transitioning into an academic program this summer. The program will consist of two for-credit classes through the School of Informatics and Computing, and it’s open to all IU students. Class size is limited and students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

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More IT news and events for April 23, 2014

Chromebooks can now connect to IU Secure; IU privacy expert offers recommendations on “big data”; IU researcher fighting crime with mobile phone data; IU to host 2014 Technology Exchange; Senior network engineer Brent Sweeny earns President’s Leadership Award from Internet2

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Brent Sweeny recently received the President’s Leadership Award at the 2014 Internet2 Global Summit. (touch for more >>)

The award recognizes his ongoing career of promoting community development and engagement in global advanced networking for research and education. Sweeny is currently a senior network engineer at the Global Research Network Operations Center (GlobalNOC).

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