Cenic

California Research and Education Network
http://cenic.org/

Cenic

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.

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

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CPU and GPU resources from the #PacificResearchPlatform support the training events to provide young physicists with the essential specialized software skills they’ll need to create more advanced software cyberinfrastructure in high-energy physics. READ: https://t.co/DWrFKtvgTl

*Life Inside CENIC*: Network Engineer Nick Plunkett supports CENIC’s peering relationships with other networks such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft, to connect networks and exchange traffic. Read about Nick's work and what he finds inspiring about CENIC: https://t.co/K2ztZ4scjh

Catch up with @CENICnews newsletter:
- CENIC to Explore Adoption of MANRS
- The Future of California’s Communications Grid
- Trans-Oceanic R&E Network Exchange Point
- Broadband in K-12 Schools
- CI Engineering Webinars
- 3rd NRP Workshop
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