Consolidating e-infrastructures

Consolidating e-infrastructures

Skærmbillede 2017-10-12 kl

Optimizing end-to-end transmission of research data will be one of the great future challenges for research & education networks. This was one of the key messages CEO René Buch presented at the recent DeiC conference in Kolding, Denmark. Also, he shared predictions of data transfer growth rates for the coming 10 to 15 years, to give an impression of future challenges for national and regional NRENs. And he predicted growing need for connectivity to the East, as research data traffic to Asia will be increasing. You can watch a recording of René’s presentation at the recent DeiC conference (in Danish, slides in English) here:

https://www.deic.dk/konference/2017/NORDUnet-Konsolidering-af-infrastrukturen

 

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