Internet2 is pleased to partner with community members on the newly announced NSF-funded FABRIC project, which aims to create a platform for testing novel internet architectures that could enable a faster, more secure Internet.
More than 100 campuses have expressed interest in the Internet2 Cloud Connect service, which enables campuses to leverage the value of their existing investment in Internet2 and their regional network.
Spring has arrived and with it comes the season of member meetings for several of our regional network members. George Loftus writes about his travels attending those meetings across the Midwest and beyond.
Internet2 staff and community members met near San Jose, CA, to hear presentations by potential partners in response to the call for information regarding the Next Generation Infrastructure packet and orchestration plans. Highlights from these meetings are shared in this blog post.
What can university decision-makers do to resolve potential issues and move forward with a successful digital strategy? Check out five these I.T. trends to help identify the trends that will impact the daily operations of your university.
Our community has made great progress with the Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI) program to deliver value to our campus and regional members. Review some of the NGI highlights as we approach Global Summit 2019.
Thanks to a recent partnership, a group of researchers from higher education, the federal government, and industry collaborated on a project to help describe a standardized communication method for researchers performing high-throughput sequencing called BioCompute.