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Australia Networking Space Science Technology

Australian Research Network Plans For 100Gbps 24

Posted by samzenpus
from the LAN-party-of-the-gods dept.
angry tapir writes "The Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNet) has announced a wide range of initiatives around network upgrades, collaboration, and mobility as part of a new five-year plan. The plan includes delivering a 100Gbps backbone to its education and research customers, to ensure sufficient 'headroom' for major projects such as the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope."
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Australian Research Network Plans For 100Gbps

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