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Lucky Salt Lake. The annual conference of Super Computing is bringing 800Gbps of bandwidth with it to the mid-size Utah city.
Hey, this sounds like a good idea! Create an artificial intelligence that's the incarnation of pure evil and immorality. You know, just to "study" it. It'll never get out. (Ugh.)
Project to reconstruct the inner workings of the Net has received $12 million from the National Science Foundation and bandwidth from two tech groups.
NLR is a consortium of 18 universities and research groups building the first nationwide optical network owned and operated by researchers.
A 10-fold increase in network speeds is just the beginning for the research-oriented network.
Internet2 and National LambdaRail plan to combine their efforts in order to facilitate research at universities.
Scientists hope integrating cutting-edge technology projects will help predict and mitigate natural disasters.
Job listing spotlights vague plan to develop global fiber backbone. But why?
Security was the networking buzzword in 2004 as larger players gobbled up smaller ones and big ideas about network protection were born.
Three DVD movies a second? Yes, but the networking technology will also enable scientists to exchange huge data files.