RedCLARA has established agreements with various institutions of great significance, namely:

Date Institution Kind of Agreement Overview Document
November 17, 2006 CIEMAT, Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research (Spain). Strategic Ally of the Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks Consortium.

The agreement commits the two institutions to work together in the dissemination and implementation of grid technologies in Latin America and in encouraging the development of projects to apply this technology to various fields of scientific and technological applications that are of interest for the region, particularly on the basis of the mentioned technology. In addition to all the commitments through RedCLARA network and Projects and Communications Managements, through the agreement CIEMAT pledged RedCLARA the contribution of  € 250,000 to support the financing of the activities contained in the agreement.

2006 UPM, Polytechnic University of Madrid. For the massive use of the ISABEL videoconference platform.

The agreement refers to the installation of an ISABEL  Stream Server in RedCLARA and to the access to technical material.

July 5, 2005 GDLN LAC, Global Development Network Latin America and the Caribbean. Letter of Understanding.

This partnership agreement refers to the promotion of cooperative activities in teaching, research, extension, and to the access of GDLN to RedCLARA as a platform for implementing programmes related to the various areas involved in regional development.

July 2004 APAN, Asian-Pacific Advanced Network. Integration Alliance.

RedCLARA was integrated to APAN as an associate member, on an equal footing with DANTE (Europe), Internet2 (USA), Canarie (Canada), and the European consortium of networks, TERENA.

October 15, 2003 Internet2, Consortium for Advanced Internet USA. MoU (Memorandum of Understanding).

RedCLARA, represented by its President, Nelson Simões, and Internet2, represented by its Chairman and Director, Douglas Van Houweling, signed a cooperation agreement during the Internet2Fall Members Meeting. Under the figure of a MoU, the alliance provides the foundation for the joint work of both organizations in the establishment of a connection of high-performance networks in their respective communities (United States and Latin America) in order to give researchers a better network infrastructure for collaborative international work.