Tools to Help Advance Your Research
As a computing and data professional, you provide researchers with the services, support, and technology they need. As a researcher, you need to focus on your research. We bring together the infrastructure, cloud services, bandwidth, security, community, and support to help you and your campus advance research. Our collaborative environment can help you solve common technology challenges and develop innovative solutions to support your educational, research, and community service missions.
Research Funding Support
Need an advocate with a funding agency, a letter of collaboration, a report for a government agency or representative, grant consultation, or assistance? Internet2 stands ready to help our members succeed.
Connect with the community and advance your research. Whether you’re a researcher or a data and computing professional, we can help you collaborate.
We provide access to webinars like the recent NRP Engagement Webinar, the Pacific Research Platform collaborations in the era of big data, and IceCube computing.
InCommon was built specifically for research and education and its complex collaboration needs. Features include single sign-on access and fine-grained control over permissions.
The Internet2 network offers 100 gigabit Ethernet technology on its entire footprint. This provides a high-capacity connection to accommodate high-data volumes across research applications.
Institutions are moving business applications from on-premises deployments to network-based cloud services where they run on a provider’s IT infrastructure.
Accelerating Research Outcomes with Advanced Cyberinfrastructures
Can We Use All the Bandwidth? IceCube Project Update
The IceCube Project and Internet2’s Cloud Connect service recently streamed data using 100 PFLOPS of Cloud Compute, producing 130 TB of data streaming data collectively at close to 100 Gbps.
See what’s coming up and sign up for the latest Research Engagement webinars.
Internet2 is partnering with major cloud providers and research universities to develop the Cloud Learning and Skills Sessions (CLASS) program.
Exploring Clouds for Acceleration of Science, or E-CAS, is a project funded by the National Science Foundation. It is administered and coordinated by Internet2 in collaboration with commercial cloud service providers.
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