March 13, 2013 — La Mirada, CA — Project ADAMANT, a collaborative effort of the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI), RENCI at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University, has been honored by the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) as the recipient of the 2013 Innovations in Networking Award for [...]
CHAPEL HILL, Dec. 9, 2011–RENCI at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Duke University in partnership with IBM will lead a new project to build a nationwide test bed for networking and networked cloud computing.
SEATTLE, Nov. 1, 2011–Scientists studying data or compute-intensive problems require high bandwidth and computational resources, often from heterogeneous systems at different sites. But they don’t need these resources all the time. Ideally, a scientist studying the properties of new materials for producing solar energy, for example, would be able to grab a “slice” of a [...]
A screen shot of GENI’s Collaborative Interactive Infrastructure (GCii) using Open Cobalt interface Research teams from across the U.S. convened at Duke University March 16 – 18 for the Seventh GENI Engineering Conference (GEC7), organized by the GENI Project Office (GPO) and hosted by Duke and RENCI. Ilia Baldine, RENCI’s director of network research and [...]Launch Featurette
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.—New funding was announced this week for the RENCI and Duke University project to develop a dark fiber network where researchers can create and manage network experiments.