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The Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNW Gigapop) is a not-for-profit serving leading edge organizations and Research and Education networks throughout the Pacific Rim.
Ciena[R] Corporation (NASDAQ: CIEN), the network specialist, today announced that MAGPI (Mid-Atlantic Gigapop for Internet2), an Information Systems and Computing organization at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, has implemented a network based on the CN 4200[R] FlexSelect[R] Advanced Services Platform to support high performance network connectivity among multiple research labs located at Princeton University's Forrestal Campus and the U.
Our FLASHWAVE 7500 ROADM is being widely-deployed by the largest MSOs and telecom companies in North America, plus GigaPOP organizations that serve the high-capacity bandwidth needs of universities, federal agencies, corporations and non-profit institutions," said Jim Hintze, senior vice president of marketing at Fujitsu Network Communications.
A joint project between CENIC and the Pacific Northwest Gigapop in collaboration with the University of Southern California and the University of Washington, Pacific Wave is designed to serve research and education networks throughout the Pacific Rim and the world and provides network interconnect facilities in Seattle, the San Francisco Bay area, and Los Angeles.
Advanced high-capacity transport facilities at the Pacific Wave international peering exchange and Pacific Northwest Gigapop connect our collaborators and provide the highest-speed networking to maximize performance.
RICHARDSON, Texas -- Fujitsu Network Communications, a leading supplier of IT and wireline/wireless networking solutions, announced today that the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads or MAX, a GigaPoP organization founded by Georgetown University, George Washington University, the University of Maryland, and Virginia Tech, has deployed its FLASHWAVE([R]) 7500 ROADM to create a high-capacity optical network.
The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) and Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP) today announced the expansion of the TransitRail commodity peering program's national footprint with the activation of a connection point in Chicago, IL.
The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) and Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP) today announced the expansion of the TransitRail national commodity peering program with the activation of a connection point in Ashburn, VA.
Using the Gigabit connectivity between CalREN and the Canadian research and education network CA*net4, via Pacific Wave, a joint project of Pacific NorthWest Gigapop and CENIC, Stanford University has collaborated with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine to create iAnatomy, a project by which faculty and students can interact live with Stanford's Bassett Collection of high-resolution medical images, including 3-D images, during classroom presentations.
Gale, "Creating Internet2 Transcripts: Internet2 Architecture and GigaPoPs.
The goal for fall 1998 was to have a stable hook-up for all the participating universities and to have a new creature called gigaPoPs - short for gigabit Points of Presence - up and running.
With 12 to 15 universities already connected to GigaPOPs, or high-speed Internet points of presence, he noted that the key issues here are capability, infrastructure, and applications.