While COVID-19 presents unprecedented uncertainty, Research and Education Networks (R&E Networks) will play an important role in supporting our campuses and K12 schools as they move online. Learn more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic requires teaching, learning and administrative functions to move online, the research and education community has become increasingly reliant on cloud services to meet the needs of faculty, staff and students.
We previously asked you to hold the dates for March 30-31 as we contemplated our plans to deliver some of the great content previously scheduled to be presented onsite through a live online event. We have decided to delay that programming until a later date and at a more appropriate time. Learn more.
Interest in and utilization of Zoom continues to grow as many higher education institutions move teaching, learning and administrative functions online. Internet2 is maintaining updates on this webpage as it relates to overall operations.
Mike Erickson has joined the Internet2 team and will help lead the development and ongoing implementation of all community engagement efforts for Internet2. He will be responsible for sustaining and enriching membership and community participation in alignment with Internet2’s strategic direction.
Using advanced infrastructure available nationally and regionally, research and education network organizations such as KINBER are bringing esports network services, solutions, training, and support to their member communities to meet increasing needs and interest.
Joseph Lombardo (UNLV) explains how a unique public-private collaboration that supports a flexible cloud and hybrid computing environment allowed his team to give researchers and other big data users on their campus the power to optimize codes and decrease the turnaround time on complex computational solutions, all while reducing the overall costs.
While multi-institutional collaborations on the rise, the data sets that support them are getting too large to transfer easily, the computing resources that they require have increased beyond the capacity of most campuses, and the expertise needed to support compute intensive research is scarce. Join Barr von Oehsen at the 2019 Internet2 Technology Exchange to learn how ERN addresses these challenges by leveraging the special relationship between researchers and the people who build and support research cyberinfrastructure across the Northeast.
For the last seven years the Scientific Computing Board (SCB) at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has gathered scientists and information technologists from the agency's seven centers to discuss accomplishments, foster collaboration, and set support priorities for their scientific research and regulatory work.
We're excited to have announced earlier today that E&I Cooperative Services (E&I) and Internet2 are collaborating on a pilot project to bring together E&I's public procurement expertise and Internet2's cloud expertise, as developed through the Internet2 NET+ program.