Stories Tagged as “networking”

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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Workshop: High performance networking for international climate science

ESnet and Internet2, in collaboration with Indiana University, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and NOAA have announced a workshop that brings network and data management experts together with the international climate community to discuss pressing data challenges and emerging network requirements.

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More IT news and events for February 12, 2014

Check your printing allotment; See the Dell deals for February; Kinsey Reporter mobile app adds Valentine’s Day survey; IU researchers help develop state-of-the-art cybersecurity resource; EDUCAUSE Review: Speeding up on curves; Indiana GigaPOP to provide new 10 Gbps connection

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Teaching in two places at once

Check out the new EagleEye classroom at IU Southeast.

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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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More IT news and events for January 15, 2014

Buy a Dell PC and get an accessory at no additional cost; IU to deploy new videoconference system; IUWIT hosts “Exploring sustainability in IT” with Noma Maier, Jan. 22; Training: Secure programming, Bloomington, March 10-12; ApacheCon, April 7-9 (early bird registration ends January 31)

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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.

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GlobalNOC partners with GW to support new regional network (touch for more >>)

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).

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IU innovations on display at SC13

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).

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IU supports researchers using transoceanic network

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.

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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.

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Statewide conference: IU the place to be for IT

Breakout session materials and videos available.

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More IT news and events for October 23, 2013

Lecture by NPR’s Moira Gunn; IU to lead $5 million science gateway project; InCNTRE lab completes first-ever OpenFlow conformance test

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