Internet2 brings together thought leaders from member organizations and the broader education community representing a wide range of disciplines. Why? Through community collaborations, Internet2 members cross disciplinary and institutional boundaries to advance the frontiers of high-performance research and education networking. They regularly use advanced technologies to join forces with colleagues in the U.S. and around the world, and interact with resources and information in ways not possible with today's commodity Internet services.
The United States Unified Community Anchor Network (U.S. UCAN) is an Internet2 program working with regional research and education networks across the country to connect community anchor institutions, including schools, libraries, health care facilities and other public institutions, to advanced broadband capabilities. Using the Internet2 Network—and in collaboration with regional research and education networks across the country—U.S. UCAN will enable these anchor institutions to serve their communities with telemedicine, distance learning and other life-changing applications. Read more at usucan.org.
Whether you're in arts and humanities, health sciences, science and engineering, or K-20 education, you'll find like-minded and innovative people to help you fulfill your research and educational mission and take your work to the next level—and to the world.
Internet2 members are exploring, deploying, and using advanced technologies in service of research and higher education. Internet2 members engage in our community through a variety of activities.