2014 Internet2 Global Summit

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New Era in Latin American and Caribbean R&E Networking: Projects & Infrastructure Developments

Time 04/10/14 10:30AM-11:45AM

Room Governor's Square 11

Netcast sponsored by Cisco

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Session Abstract

The Internet2 organization and members together with Latin American and Caribbean colleagues have many collaborative research & education networking projects underway. These include support for improved infrastructure on the Caribbean Knowledge Learning Network (CKLN), redCLARA supported application, access to high energy physics tier-2 centers in Brazil, connectivity to astronomy projects in Chile and Argentina, cross-boarder 10G collaborative science between Mexico and the US as well as implementation of NET+ services in Colombia. There are many other shared events in the cultural and medical areas, and discussions underway for extending shared services. This session will highlight activities and plans for an exciting future between Internet2 and the many NRENs of Latin America.

Speakers

Speaker Heidi Alvarez CIARA

Speaker Florencio Utreras RedClara

Speaker Colleen Wint Smith Carribean Knowledge and Learning Network (CKLN)

Speaker Sandra Jaque REUNA

Speaker Raúl Rivera Rodriguez CICESE

Speaker Alejandro Lara REUNA

Presentation Media

Speaker Sandra Jaque REUNA

Speaker Alejandro Lara REUNA

Speaker Colleen Wint Smith Carribean Knowledge and Learning Network (CKLN)

Speaker Raúl Rivera Rodriguez CICESE

Speaker Florencio Utreras RedClara

Primary track Building the Global Platform

Secondary tracks Research Partnership Development and Engagement Innovations in Infrastructure National/Regional Collaboration Arts and Humanities Health Sciences Building the Global Platform Research Strategies Network Planning and Engineering International Global Reach and Leadership Cyberinfrastructure