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News Archive: CSU

February 2018

· CA Community Colleges, CSU, University of California, Healthcare, K-12, Libraries, Performing Arts, Private Sector, Private Universities & NPS, RENS & NRENS
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Founders Circle Award Honors Technology Leaders for their Roles in Creating CENIC

CENIC seeks to honor early members of the board of directors, CENIC employees, and designers of the original CalREN network for their crucial contributions to CENIC in its formative years.

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· CSU, Libraries
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Cal State’s CMS Data Center Transformation Recognized with CENIC Innovation Award

This award recognizes the significant effort required to bring the CMS data center from Salt Lake City to its current state-of-the-art facility in Silicon Valley, thereby enabling CSU to use a hybrid cloud platform. Project leader George Mansoor will accept the award on behalf of the numerous CSU staff who contributed to this project.

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October 2017

· CSU, Cultural & Scientific, RENS & NRENS
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CENIC, Pacific Northwest Gigapop, and Internet2 Extend West Coast Agreement

CENIC, Pacific Northwest Gigapop, and Internet2 will renew their collaboration to provide networking capabilities across the entire West Coast of the United States, and to continue their joint efforts to develop new network capabilities. The term of the renewal is five years (2017 – 2022) with additional extensions possible.

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March 2016

January 2016

· CSU

AARNet launches SDN innovation platform for researchers

AARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network, today announced the launch of the Australia Wide-Area SDN Testbed, an innovation platform for developing high-speed technologies. “The Testbed is a real-world research network environment, a simulation of the Internet that we’ve put in place to make it easier for researchers in the fields of computer science, engineering and mathematics to test, prototype and validate advanced networking concepts in the SDN arena and accelerate the development of high-speed networking.

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November 2015

October 2015

· CSU, University of California, RENS & NRENS

Pacific Wave Announces World’s First Trans-Pacific 100-Gigabit R&E Network

Pacific Wave is pleased to announce that the Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP) has established the world’s first 100-Gigabit per second (Gbps) research and education (R&E) network link between Asia and the U.S., with related transit, peering, and exchange fabric. Pacific Wave will provide this 100Gbps capability to the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded International Research Network Connections (IRNC) TransPAC4 project, led by Indiana University. Pacific Wave recently received a five-year NSF IRNC award to serve as the U.S. Pacific Rim’s open and distributed interconnection, peering, and exchange fabric, including Software-Defined Exchange (SDX), Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and research DMZ capabilities.

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September 2015

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September 2014

· CSU
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Pacific Wave Announces Diverse 40G TransPacific Capacity to Australia and New Zealand

Pacific Wave today announced the completion of a second 40-Gigabit per second (Gb/s) connection from the US West Coast to Australia and New Zealand. Crossing the Pacific Ocean from Los Angeles through the Big Island of Hawaii and on to Australia, this ultra-high-performance network link complements an existing 40 Gb/s link from Seattle through Oahu to Australia.

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