Highlights

TICAL2015 presents three of its international speakers

Susan Grajek, vice-president of Data, Research and Analysis of EDUCAUSE (USA), MS. Manuel Moreno Castañeda, rector of the Virtual Universi...

Peru: CONCYTEC offers new virtual platform for researchers, innovators and professionals

On February 9, the CONCYTEC, Peruvian National Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, has made available the new virtual platform o...

ALMA Gains Broadband Connection with Global Science Community

ALMA’s remote location is a boon to astronomy but a telecommunication challenge for the astronomers who work there. Thanks to a newly instal...

News

Digital Heritage reaches its second edition and announces call for papers

After a successful first edition in 2013, the Digital Heritage Conference invites all interested parties to sign up and submit works for its second version, which will be held between September 28th and October 2nd, 2015, in Granada, Spain.

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RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative at MENOG 15

The Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) is looking for academics and researchers in the region to showcase their work in the field of Internet technology at the upcoming MENOG 15 meeting, taking place from 1-2 April 2015 in Dubai.

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APAN develops an Identity and Access Management Task Force

APAN’s Identity and Access Management (IAM) Working Group has established a taskforce (which is awaiting Council approval) to tackle Federation Deployment in the Asia Pacific Region. All interested parties, individuals or organisations are invited to participate and can subscribe to the mailing list.

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In terms of capacity, RedCLARA has an infrastructure between the Latin American nodes mentioned above in IRU (Irrestrictible Right of Use) for 10 or 15 years. In this model, RedCLARA has dark fibre in Central America passing through Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, a 10 Gbps backbone between Santiago (Chile) and Buenos Aires (Argentina), and also a 10 Gbps lambda between Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Porto Alegre (Brazil).

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TICAL2015 Conference

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