California Research and Education Network


CENIC connects California to the world—advancing education and research statewide by providing the world-class network essential for innovation, collaboration, and economic growth. This nonprofit organization operates the California Research and Education Network (CalREN), a high-capacity network designed to meet the unique requirements of over 20 million users, including the vast majority of K-20 students together with educators, researchers and other vital public-serving institutions. CENIC’s Charter Associates are part of the world’s largest education system; they include the California K-12 system, California Community Colleges, the California State University system, California’s Public Libraries, the University of California system, Stanford, Caltech, and USC. CENIC also provides connectivity to leading-edge institutions and industry research organizations around the world, serving the public as a catalyst for a vibrant California.


Type: Service
Price: Not Applicable
Division: Technology, Research and Information Systems
State Participation: staterun
Grant Year: unknown

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Filming today at GeoLinks’ headquarters to talk about how GeoLinks and @CENICNews are working relentlessly to fight California’s now year-round fire season. @SkylerJesseD

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