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· University of California, K-12, Libraries, Private Sector, RENS & NRENS
Tags: therightconnection,skylerditchfield,research,network,innovations in networking awards,geolinks,digital divide,data,conference,cenic

GeoLinks Recognized with CENIC Corporate Partnership Award

CENIC is recognizing GeoLinks for their understanding of the importance of high-speed broadband for California research and education communities, and their strategy for reaching those with limited or no access to broadband due remote locations and challenging terrain using fixed wireless technology.

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· Cultural & Scientific, K-12, Libraries, RENS & NRENS
Tags: uh,research,nsf,network,national science foundation,learn,david lassner,data,conference,cenic

David Lassner of University of Hawai'i Recognized for Distinguished Service

CENIC's inaugural Christine Haska Award for Distinguished Service recognizes David Lassner, UH President, for his lifelong commitment to science, the environment, and communities in the Pacific Islands, and his achievements in securing R&E broadband connectivity.

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· K-12
Tags: rural,research,network,k12hsn,k12,innovations in networking awards,conference,cenic,calren,biig

Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Grants for K-12 Schools Recognized with CENIC Innovations Award

As a result of the BIIG project, California's most remote public K-12 schools are overcoming barriers to Internet access and being connected to the world-class California Research and Education Network (CalREN), the high-performance broadband network operated by CENIC.

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· Cultural & Scientific, Performing Arts, RENS & NRENS, Pacific Wave
Tags: ucanr,rural,research,network,innovations in networking awards,conference,cenic,calren,award

UC ANR Project to Extend Broadband to Rural Researchers Recognized with CENIC Innovations Award

The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) is being recognized for its work to extend high-speed broadband to UC researchers in rural communities across the state by connecting UC ANR sites to the California Research and Education Network (CalREN).

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· CSU, Libraries
Tags: research,patrickperry,network,innovations in networking awards,data centers,data,csu,conference,cloud,ciocsu

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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· Cultural & Scientific, University of California, Performing Arts, Private Universities & NPS, RENS & NRENS, Pacific Wave
Tags: supercomputing,singaren,research,pacific wave,nscc,nict,network,internet2,cenic

First 100G international research and education “backbone” network in Asia and across the Pacific

NICT, NSCC and SingAREN, working together have completed a high speed 100G international network linking Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan - infrastructure that will be the backbone of the North to South-East Asia network for international Research and Education Networks (RENs) in the region.

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· Cultural & Scientific, Healthcare, Pacific Wave
Tags: research,network,k12,internet2,cenic,calren,california academy of sciences

The California Academy of Sciences Joins CENIC

The California Academy of Sciences now has a direct connection to CENIC’s California Research and Education Network (CalREN), and from there to the world. At a speed of 10 Gbps per second, this access to the ultra-high bandwidth of the CENIC network will provide scientists and patrons of the Academy with fifty times more capacity, enabling new opportunities to engage, create, invent, and learn. Prior to completing the connection to CalREN, the Academy was operating with 200 Mbps of connectivity. This level of enhanced connectivity is already making a difference in day-to-day operations.

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