Researchers can now use AARNet to explore a growing number of data collections

 July 28, 2015 

AARNet is much more than fibre, routers and switches – the network underpins the scientific research process as researchers depend on the network infrastructure to share, store, and analyse research data. With the eight Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) project-funded storage Nodes now operational and interconnected by AARNet, new opportunities for discovery and innovation by... View Article


Sixth Global R&E Network CEO Forum meets in Munich, Germany

 July 27, 2015 

At its most recent meeting – held in Munich, Germany on July 15, 16, and 17, 2015- the Global Research and Education (R&E) Network CEO Forum continued a series of strategic discussions on current and future challenges facing the global R&E networking community. In Munich, the Forum welcomed participation from the executive leader of SINET... View Article


Announcing CloudStor upgrade 8.1

 July 24, 2015 

AARNet is upgrading CloudStor to version 8.1 on Friday 24 July 2015 We’ve made some improvements to CloudStor, our popular service for safely and easily storing and sharing all your files. CloudStor 8.1 – New features Updated user interface and layout Recent activity stream Favourites tab Email and RSS settings for notifications Federated cloud options Group quotas – contact us... View Article


AARNet CEO on undersea cable: listen to interview by ABC Radio Sunshine Coast

 July 23, 2015 

A giant undersea broadband cable could connect the Sunshine Coast directly with global communications systems, if a proposal by the Sunshine Coast Council is successful. ABC Sunshine Coast’s Annie Gaffney spoke to Chris Hancock, CEO of Australia’s Academic and Research Network and began by asking him to describe how the cable differs from normal internet... View Article


Researchers discover galaxy using ASKAP, CSIRO’s newest radio telescope

 July 16, 2015 

Scientists have discovered a galaxy five billion light-years away, using CSIRO’s newest radio telescope, the Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) and the radio-quiet Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO) in remote Western Australia. The team led by CSIRO’s Dr James Allison used a special technique to detect a change in radio waves coming from within the bright centre... View Article


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