AARNet is one of more than 120 national research and education networks, also known as NRENs, traversing our planet. This global “network of networks” provides ultra-high speed connectivity and tailor-made services that underpin scientific discovery, foster international collaborations and unlock access to education.
The In the Field blog is a global NREN collaboration to showcase fascinating stories from around the world about people and projects making a difference enabled by these powerful networks. Here’s an excerpt from a story posted about a Tornedo research project involving researchers connected Internet2, AARNet’s sister network in the United States.
Supercomputers and high-speed data connections play a crucial role when researchers re-create tornadoes and thunderstorms to better understand the dynamics of these powerful natural phenomena. Leigh Orf from CIMSS, the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, leads a group of researchers specialised in re-creating meteorological events leading up to the forming of tornadoes. Built on real-world observational data, the computer simulations unveil the inner workings of these monstrous events in unprecedented detail. Watch the short video to learn more about the computer simulations.
Apr 6, 2017
Jakarta, Singapore, Sydney, 6th April 2017 – AARNet, Google, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel, SubPartners, and Telstra today announced they have entered into an agreement with Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) to build a new international subsea cable system that will connect Singapore, Indonesia and Australia. Once completed, the INDIGO cable system (previously...
Dec 13, 2016
In this video, AARNet's eResearch Director Guido Aben talks about a ground-breaking collaboration with CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research) that's been testing new technologies for high speed data synchronisation and sharing services. "We started doing global scale replication demos where they did the replication from CERN to Taiwan, we did...