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I-Light has entered into a long-term agreement with the Zayo Group, a global provider of fiber-based bandwidth infrastructure, to provide fiber for the I-Light network backbone. (touch for more >>)
Over the next 20 years, as the needs of Indiana colleges and universities grow, the IRUs will ensure that I-Light is better positioned to accommodate them.
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IU will partner with Norwegian company Pexip Inc. to deliver expanded videoconferencing services to its eight campuses and 135,000 students, faculty and staff. (touch for more >>)
IU hosts one of the largest videoconferencing installations in the United States, with approximately 100,000 video connection hours each year and 176 videoconferencing-delivered courses each semester.
IU’s Global Research Network Operations Center (GlobalNOC) is partnering with the George Washington University (GW) in Washington, DC, to provide services, support, and tools for their new network — the Capital Area Advanced Research and Education Network (CAAREN).
IU has long been recognized as a leader in the advancement of high performance computing and networking technologies. As such, IU is well represented at the annual Supercomputing 2013 conference (SC13).
The problem was simple: 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) of data flying across networks on two continents were hitting a wall when they tried to cross the Atlantic. That wall was a transoceanic link that could only support 10 Gbps of data efficiently. The solution: See if a 100 Gbps transatlantic testbed would solve the bottleneck.
International Networking has received a $600,000 supplemental grant to the ACE award from the NSF (touch for more >>)
International Networking at IU has received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to provide engineering and application support and service development to be used over a 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) trans-Atlantic network testbed. This grant is a supplement to IU’s America Connects to Europe (ACE) award, which supports several 10 Gbps links between the two continents.
Breakout session materials and videos available.
Lecture by NPR’s Moira Gunn; IU to lead $5 million science gateway project; InCNTRE lab completes first-ever OpenFlow conformance test
It’s almost time for the 2013 Statewide IT Conference! The annual gathering of 1IUIT is a great opportunity for us to strengthen relationships and plan for the future. The conference schedule offers something for everyone.
InCNTRE’s Summer of Networking internship program offers several paid internships.