Bridging Europe, Africa and the Americas (BEAA) – New Collaboration for shared transoceanic R&E networking resilience

Seven leading regional and national Research and Education networks and organisations across multiple continents announced the establishment of the “Bridging Europe, Africa and the Americas” (BEAA) Collaboration, aiming to increase the resilience of their networks across a set of transoceanic links that interconnect their communities in Eastern and Southern Africa, Europe...

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CI Lunch and Learn talk: Introducing the new AmLight-ExP project focusing on Autonomic Network Architecture

On Friday, March 18th, at 2 pm Miami time, Jeronimo Bezerra, CIARA Associate Director, will be presenting to the CI Lunch and Learn community the goals of the 2021-2025 AmLight-ExP project. The focus will be on the network provisioning efforts, but I will be touching all network layers. What? Presenting the new...

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Q&A with Robert Grillo: FLR Among the ‘First to 400G’ on Internet2’s Network

By Amber Rasche, Internet2 Senior Communications SpecialistThe original article was published here. Internet2 recently unveiled its fifth-generation backbone, known as the Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI). NGI interconnects with 37 state and regional networks and serves every state in the U.S. Among these 37 are the first five to upgrade to 400 gigabits per...

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CISE Distinguished Lecture Series: Julio Ibarra- Americas-Africa Lightpaths Express and Protect (AmLight-ExP) Networks

CISE Distinguished Lecture Series January 13, 2022 11:00 AM  toJanuary 13, 2022 12:30 PMVirtual Meeting Save the Date Bio: Julio E. Ibarra, Ph.D., is a Research Professor in the Knight Foundation School of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Computing, and the Assistant Vice President for Technology Augmented Research, in the Division...

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AMPATH Joins MANRS Initiative to Improve Routing Security

In December 2021, AMPATH (AS20080) became a Network Operator member of the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS), a global initiative supported by the Internet Society (ISOC) that propagates actions to reduce routing security threats.  MANRS has the following objectives: (1) Raise awareness of routing security problems and encourage the implementation...

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