NORDUnet will be hosting a WIFI Community meeting on 15 December, at Hotel Birger Jarl in Stockholm. The aim of the meeting is to present various ways of monitoring and detecting performance degradations on large scale WIFI installations. The meeting will present two different methods to monitor WIFI networks:
NORDUnet is present at this year's Armada fair at KTH, Stockholm on 17-18 November meeting students on the outlook for exciting potential employers for degree projects, summer jobs, or even a permanent job after finishing their degrees. The Armada fair connects approx. 150 exhibiting companies and organisations with 10,000 students.
The booth will be primarily be manned by staff from the NORDUnet NOC. You can find us here
NORDUnet welcomes Steve Cotter as the new CEO of GÉANT Association; the transition to a unified top management for the pan-European research and education networking association is a major step forward in the long process of merging TERENA and DANTE into a single organization, serving equally as the home of European R&E networking community efforts and operator of a pan-European service portfolio.
Advanced research and education networks exist to be enablers. The value of NORDUnet and the Nordic NRENs is the great education and the groundbreaking research they enable. Our users engage in exciting research projects, they produce new discoveries, they find new ways to teach. We're excited to be part of this and to enable these results. As research networks we talk a lot about our technology, our capacity, and our services. This is what we do.
Roskilde University is moving all its video productions into the Kaltura media management system from Danish NREN DeIC. This is expected to lead to increased security, stability, and control of copyright issues. DeIC delivers Kaltura as a service hosted by NORDUnet. The combination of DeIC and NORDUnet was a deciding factor when the Danish university chose Kaltura. Consultant Michael Pedersen from the Academic IT function at Roskilde University explains:
The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) has announced an agreement with Cray to acquire a next generation HPC facility for meteorological computations, weather forecasting, climate modelling, etc. The new supercomputer will have about ten times the computing power of the existing facility.