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Five eye-catching Grafana visualizations used by Energy Sciences Network to monitor network data February 06, 2023 ESnet (Energy Sciences Network) is a high-performance network backbone built to support scientific research. Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and part of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, ESnet provides fast, reliable connections between national laboratories, supercomputing facilities, and scientific instruments around the globe. Our mission is to allow scientists... Read More...
Front Range GigaPoP Moves the Needle on Routing Integrity: Boosting Member Participation in RPKI October 19, 2022 Internet2 has a new blog series that spotlights R&E community members and organizations who are moving the needle on routing integrity by implementing best practices and capabilities – and supporting their constituents in doing the same. Among those organizations is Front Range GigaPoP (FRGP), which is featured this month. Read More...
$34.6M investment at Arizona State University to help create reliable internet access, training for the region October 03, 2022 Elected officials in Arizona have voted unanimously to provide Arizona State University (ASU) and its collaborators $34.6 million through 2026 to advance broadband, community support, equipment and training across the county, which includes the metro Phoenix area. This funding makes ASU home to the largest university-led digital equity initiative in... Read More...
NCShare broadband initiative targeting STEM education lands NSF funding September 18, 2022 The new North Carolina Shared Research & Education collaborative infrastructure (NCShare) has received two National Science Foundation grants totaling approximately $1.4 million to provide high-speed research network capacity, support high-performance computing, and boost STEM education in North Carolina. Read More...
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Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research Program – Subawards RFP Status March 10, 2017

On March 8, 2017, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a $6.1 million, five-year award to accelerate fundamental research on wireless communication and networking technologies through the foundation’s Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program. Through the PAWR Project Office..

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