Scientists at George Washington University's Colonial One High Performance Computing Center are piloting ultra-high-speed 40 Gigabit per second data transfers from the National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NLM), thanks to both organizations' links to the Internet2 network.
Here's what's on the IT table for three different institutions during the coming year.
The National Science Foundation has granted seven awards of $300,000 each to university research projects that aim to develop next-generation network technologies.
Oral Roberts University in Oklahoma has upgraded its network infrastructure to support virtualization, mobility and a bring-your-own-device environment.
Cloudpath Networks has introduced the XpressConnect Enrollment System 3.0, an automated device enablement (ADE) platform that combines secure device onboarding and certificate management.
Wireless infrastructure provider Ruckus Wireless today unveiled Ruckus Smart Positioning Technology, or SPoT, cloud-based location-aware tech that allows organizations to deliver location-based services over Ruckus Smart WiFi.
AT&T is the latest company to become an affiliate sponsor of NYU Wireless, an academic wireless communications research center at New York University.
Students at William Paterson University of New Jersey have a new way to watch their favorite television shows, online, without draining campus bandwidth.
Rollins College successfully combated a recent spear phishing attack, thanks to its new network access control system.
Internet2 is broadening its support to include smaller colleges and universities that are not necessarily research institutions but that nevertheless have "notable research projects and cyberinfrastructure needs."