Network Upgrade Means Faster Data Transfer for Campus Researchers
When UA researchers share with their peers around the country, the data flows can become quite large. Computational graphics? Virtual reality? Video? Telepresence? High-performance computing? These kinds of data need large bandwidth if they're not going to slow to a crawl.
Last summer, the University of Arizona started discussions with the Corporation for Education Network Initiative in California, or CENIC, about upgrading the speed of the high-speed research network capacity from 1 gigabyte to 10 gigabytes per second.
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