Red Universitaria Nacional / REUNA
REUNA, Red Universitaria Nacional (National University Network - Chile), is a non-profit private corporation made up of 14 Chilean universities and the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT). Its an initiative of university collaboration, that counts on the only technological infrastructure of advanced networks of academic nature, dedicated to research and development in Chile.
It was born in 1992, with the creation of the first university network connected to Internet, and in 1998 it is empowered by the launch of REUNA2, the first high speed network of Latin America. In the year 2000, REUNA integrates the Advanced Education Networks, by means of its connection to Internet2.
REUNA provides to their community with services in matters of Information and Communications Technologies, supported by a work team highly qualified and committed, that promotes the interuniversity work through the use of its infrastructure of advanced research and education network, connecting its member institutions with its international pairs, in order to increase the quality of their supply and take advantage in a collaborative way of the opportunities that the internationalization gives.
Executive: Paola Arellano
Technical: Sandra Jaque
- Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica
- Observatorio AURA
- Universidad Arturo Prat
- Universidad Austral de Chile
- Universidad Católica del Norte
- Universidad de Atacama
- Universidad de Chile
- Universidad de Concepción
- Universidad de La Frontera
- Universidad de La Serena
- Universidad de Los Lagos
- Universidad de Santiago de Chile
- Universidad de Tarapacá
- Universidad del Bío Bío
- Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación
- Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana
- Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC)
- Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (USM)