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RedCLARA launches a new version of its web portal to enhance collaboration

The Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks (RedCLARA) presented its renewed web portal on May 13. The completely redesigned interfaced provides the quality information required by the National Research and Education Networks (RNIE), the regional community, and the regional ecosystem of science, technology, and innovation, giving a new impetus to collaboration.

The new website is part of the organization's positioning and visibility strategy and reflects its commitment to the inclusion, connectivity, innovation, and digital transformation in Latin America and the Caribbean. RedCLARA launched its visual identity in June 2023 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, and the new colours, typography, and image are in line with this.

"The launch of the new website is another step towards what we want as an organization: modernity and innovation, without losing sight of our commitment to collaboration. Luis Eliécer Cadenas, Executive Director of RedCLARA, highlights these values in the design and our efforts to make our website more accessible, attractive and useful to the user community.

In addition to the visual characteristics and brand attributes, the improvement of the functionality of the website stands out, as well as the improvement of the user experience on different electronic devices (mobile phones, computers and tablets). The site is easier to navigate, with optimal speed and high security standards.

One of the most notable changes is the reorganisation of the content in the main menu, which is organized around the three areas of RedCLARA's work: infrastructure, articulation and services. This structure aims not only to clearly define the organisation's scope of action, but also to facilitate identification and quick access to the desired content.

One of the notable changes is the redistribution of content in the initial menu, organized around the three axes of RedCLARA's work: infrastructure, articulation, and services. This structure not only seeks to clearly define the organization's scope of action but also to facilitate identification and quick access to the desired content.

The new navigation structure prominently places the News, Use Cases and Events sections, allowing users to access information on the most relevant events and advances in the universe of advanced networks in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as their cooperation with Europe.

In addition, the new portal maintains its function as a broad repository of historical documentation reflecting the evolution of NRENs in the region. The compendia, bulletins, reports and books produced by RedCLARA and its member networks over the past 20 years are still available to the public.

Networks and users will also be able to quickly find the services offered by RedCLARA to promote and contribute to science, education and innovation in the region. 

The website address remains the same, so you can explore the new design at

Rambla República de México 6125.
Montevideo 11400. Uruguay.

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