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.