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Global NRENs are playing a crucial role in the development of the Internet in their countries and provide the important services to support their R&E communities. CGTF aims to collaborate with the global NREN organizations and other R&E communities to work together on the technical platforms for the global cyberspace governance.

This webpage showcases the partnerships of the two main projects we have been working on since 2020. In the Project of “Joint Research on IPv6 Network Management: Research Development and Demonstration”, from 1st June, 2020 to 30th May, 2023, 23 partners from 14 countries/economies have been working together, Tsinghua University and CERNET are the leading organizations. In the Project of “APNIC ISIF Project: Developing a Collaborative BGP Routing Analyzing and Diagnosing Platform” from 24th Feb, 2022 to 24th Aug. 2023, the participation of 20 partners from 19 countries/economies enhanced the collaboration among network engineers on the solutions to BGP issues.

 

Partners of Project Joint Research on IPv6 Network Management: Research Development and Demonstration

AfgREN
BdREN
CamREN
Learn
Mae Fah Luang University
MYREN
NREN
PERN
SingAREN
TEIN*CC
ThaiREN
University of
Computer Studies,
Yangon
University of
Gottingen
University of Malaya
University of Surrey
Tsinghua University
Beijing University of
Post and
Telecommunications
The Institute of Information Engineering,CAS
Bitway
The Department of Computing (COMP), the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
UESTC
E-Hualu
Shandong University

Partners of APNIC ISIF Project: Developing a Collaborative BGP Routing Analyzing and Diagnosing Platform (the 1st and the 2nd phases)

AARNet
APAN-JP
BdREN
CERNET
DOST-ASTI
ERNET
University of Gottingen
HARNET
ITB
KREONET
LEARN
MYREN
NREN
PERN
REANNZ
SingAREN
University of Surrey
ThaiREN
TransPAC
TransPAC

Organization: AfgREN – Afghanistan

AfgREN is the national research and educational network (NREN) for Afghanistan’s academic community, formed in 2006. AfgREN provides a range of intranet and internet services to 14 governmental universities, including eduroam services for Shaheed Rabbani Education University, Kabul University of Medical Science and Kabul Polytechnic University, and technical support to the IT departments of all 38 public universities. AfgREN has a physical P2P STM1 connection to the TEIN PoP in Singapore and an STM1 internet link via Afghan Telecom.

For more information, visit https://afgren.gov.af/

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Organization: BdREN – Bangladesh

The University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, on behalf of the Ministry of Education (MoE) implemented the Bangladesh Research and Education Network (BdREN) in 2009. This Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) was financed jointly by the Bangladesh Government and the World Bank. In 2011 the UGC signed an IRU contract with Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) Ltd to allow the use of 2 fibre cores from its country-wide distributed OPGW network to provide the national backbone for BdREN.

For more information, visit https://www.bdren.net.bd/

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Organization: LEARN – Sri Lanka

The Lanka Education and Research Network-LEARN is the NREN (National Research and Education Network) of Sri Lanka. LEARN interconnects educational and research institutions across the country, and provides a range of network related services to them. LEARN interconnects all of the UGC funded state universities, a number of public universities under other ministries, the University Grants Commission, the Ministry of Higher Education, and a number of national research institutions including the National Science Foundation (NSF). LEARN is an advanced network supporting IPv6 and multicast protocols and provides optical fiber links ranging from 2Gbps to 10Mbps to most campuses. LEARN’s international links connect at 20Gbps including 3Gbps via NKN (India), TEIN (Singapore) and Internet2.

For more information, visit https://www.ac.lk/.

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Mae Fah Luang University (MFU) was established as an autonomous public university, under the Royal Charter, in 1998, with generous support from the Royal Thai Government. The University was established to meet the needs of people in the north of Thailand, and to commemorate the gracious contributions of the King’s Mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra, lovingly known to her subjects as “Mae Fah Luang.” From its inaugural class of 64 students in 1998, MFU has become Thailand’s fastest growing post-secondary institution with an enrollment of just under 15,000 students. 

For more information, visit https://en.mfu.ac.th.

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Organization: MyREN – Mylaysia

Launched in March 2005, under the governance of Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) and management of Malaysian Digital Economy (MDEC), formally known as the Multimedia Development Corporation, the Malaysian Research & Education Network (MYREN) enables high speed dedicated connectivity to the education sector while expanding research capability in Malaysia. A community managed network through its 7 regional Point of Presence (PoPs) nationwide, it has linked to over 800,000 researchers, academicians and students in Malaysia enabling closer collaboration to underpin critical applications, education and research activities across the country. MYREN currently connects all public universities, private universities, all polytechnics and college communities, and a small number of hospitals and private research institutes. MYREN connects to the global research network community via the Trans-Eurasia Information Network (TEIN4). 

For more information, visit http://www.my.apan.net/.

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Organization: NREN – Nepal

Nepal Research and Education Network (NREN) is a non-profit organization founded in 2007, registered under the Nepalese Government and affiliated with Social Welfare Council. Nepal is now home to a dozen research institutions, ten universities, more than thirteen hundred colleges and more than two dozen teaching hospitals across the country. NREN operates as a national collective of education, research, and government institutions to offer a high-performance network at a low cost. . It is a member-based institution working to build a national research network, and improve research outcomes via a connection to the global research and education network. NREN connects to the global research infrastructure via NKN in India. 

For more information, visit https://www.nren.net.np/.

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Organization: PERN – Pakistan

The Pakistan Education & Research Network (PERN) is a nationwide network connecting premier education and research institutes; and providing high-speed R&E, intranet and internet bandwidth across the country and to international networks. The network is providing valuable services, like high-speed internet, audio/video conferencing, access to digital library resources, cloud services, eduroam & blanket coverage of Wi-Fi on campus. The PERN is currently upgrading to its backbone network to provide 40Gbps of connectivity to 50 cities across the country and territorial network partners. This powerful digital infrastructure connects Pakistan to national and global data, tools, colleagues, and classrooms that fuel the engine of innovation in today’s digital economy. More than 800,000 researchers at nearly 300 Pakistani universities, colleges, research institutes, hospitals, and government laboratories are now able to access PERN. 

For more information, visit http://www.pern.edu.pk/.

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Organization: SingAREN – Singapore

The Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network (SingAREN) is Singapore’s national research and education network (REN). SingAREN serves Singapore’s Research and Education community through facilitating efficient exchanges of local traffic and providing international connectivity through peering arrangements with overseas RENs. Our members consist of the Institutions of Higher Learning, Government and network industry organisations. SingAREN is a non-profit society whose key objectives are to 1) advocate for the use of advanced network applications and technologies 2) represent the research community in Singapore and 3) e. Facilitate cost-competitive adoption of advanced Internet technologies for Singapore RENs.. They have benefited from SingAREN’s resilient international networks. SingAREN maintains close working relationships with the Next Generation Internet community, such as APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network), Internet2 and TEIN (Trans-Eurasia Information Network). 

For more information, visit https://www.singaren.net.sg/.

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Organization: Tein*cc – South Korea

TEIN*CC is a not-for-profit organization based in Seoul, Republic of Korea. We manage and operate TEIN (the Trans-Eurasia Information Network), the pan-Asian regional research and education network, and related activities under the Asi@Connect project. This network is used to support a wide range of research in cutting-edge areas, including genomics, natural hazard mitigation, telemedicine and the general advancement of science across Asia. The project is also designed to help developing countries via a range of capacity building programs. 

For more information, visit https://www.tein.asia/.

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Organization: Thairen – Thailand

The Thailand Research Education Network Association was established in 2007 to coordinate among researchers and users of research and education networks, as well as promote/support research projects and activities. 

For more information, visit http://www.thairen.net.th/.

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UCSY was originally established through industry-academia-government collaboration to be targeted at developing Information Technology (IT). In 1971, it was founded as UCC, the University Computer Center. In 1988, it was established as an Institute of Computer Science and Technology (ICST). On July 1, 1998, the Institute was changed to the University of Computer Studies, Yangon (UCSY). It is one of the higher institutions under the Ministry of Education. UCSY’s role is to conduct teaching and research in various branches of computer science, computer technology, and information technology and nurture Information Technology (IT) professionals for Myanmar.

For more information, visit https://www.ucsy.edu.mm/.

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Founded in 1737, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen is a research university of international renown with strong focuses in research-led teaching. The University is distinguished by the rich diversity of its subject spectrum particularly in the humanities, its excellent facilities for the pursuit of scientific research, and the outstanding quality of the areas that define its profile. From 2007 to 2012 Georg-August-Universität Göttingen was rewarded funding from the Initiative of Excellence of the German Federal and State Governments with its institutional strategy for the future entitled “Göttingen.Tradition – Innovation – Autonomy”. The University was able to realize all measures of the concept. Now Göttingen University develops the successfully established measures further to continuously advance the University’s positive developments in research and teaching. 

University of Malaya, or UM, Malaysia’s oldest university, is situated on a 922 acre (373.12 hectare) campus in the southwest of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. It was founded on 28 September 1905 in Singapore as the King Edward VII College of Medicine and on 8th October 1949, it became the University of Malaya with the merger of the King Edward VII College of Medicine and Raffles College (founded in 1928). The University of Malaya derives its name from the term ‘Malaya’ as the country was then known. The Carr-Saunders Commission on University Education in Malaya, which recommended the setting up of the university, noted in its Report in 1948: “The University of Malaya would provide for the first time a common center where varieties of race, religion and economic interest could mingle in joint endeavor … For a University of Malaya must inevitably realize that it is a university for Malaya.” The growth of the University was very rapid during the first decade of its establishment and this resulted in the setting up of two autonomous Divisions on 15 January 1959, one located in Singapore and the other in Kuala Lumpur. 

For more information, visit https://www.um.edu.my/.

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The University of Surrey is a public research university located in Guildford, England, and was initially established in 1891, known at that time as Battersea College of Technology. Currently the University is hosting over 17,000 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. University of Surrey has a number of world-leading research areas including telecommunications, satellite technologies, electrical and electronic engineering, as well as international tourism and hospitality studies. The Institute for Communication Systems (ICS), home of UK’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), is one of the largest research centers on information and communication technologies in Europe, and the research subject of telecommunications undertaken by ICS has been constantly ranked top 50 internationally according to ARWU (http://www.shanghairanking.com/). The key research areas covered by ICS include mobile communications including 5G and beyond, future network technologies and management, as well as satellite communications. 

For more information, visit https://www.surrey.ac.uk/.

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Tsinghua University’s Institute for Network Sciences and Cyberspace (abbreviated as the Network Research Institute) was established in 2012. It is the specific role of this Institute to carry out the subject construction and scientific research for the Internet/Next Generation Internet. The Network Research Institute, cooperating with the Department of Computer Science and Technology, the Department of Electronic Engineering and related departments, has taken the lead in building a “cyberspace security” top-level subject, and participated in building the top-level subjects of “computer science and technology” and “information and communication engineering”. It has also undertaken major national science and technology projects in the field of Internet protocols, and strives to build a world-class network discipline and lead the scientific progress and development of the national cyberspace. 

For more information, visit https://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/.

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Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), founded in 1955, is a university directly under the administration of the Ministry of Education (MoE) and co-built by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). BUPT is one of the first “Project 211” universities. BUPT has also joined the “Project 985 Innovation Platform for Superior Discipline”. BUPT is a comprehensive university with information technology as its main feature, engineering and science as its main focus and a combination of engineering, management, humanities and sciences as its main pursuit, which has combined to build an important base for fostering high-tech talents. 

For more information, visit https://www.bupt.edu.cn/.

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The Institute of Information Engineering is a scientific research institution directly under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IIE, CAS). The IIE has a number of national and ministry level research and innovation platforms, including the research and education center of data and communication protection of Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

For more information, visit https://english.cas.cn/.

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Organization: Bitway – China

Bitway Network and Tsinghua University jointly undertake a number of major national projects such as the National Development and Reform Commission Major Project, the Ministry of Science and Technology “863” Major Project, and the Ministry of Information Industry Electronic Development Fund. The BitEngine12000 series “IPv6 core router” passed the technical appraisal organized by the Ministry of Information Industry in May 2004. The appraisal committee composed of many academicians agreed that the IPv6 core router has achieved more than ten key technologies, and its overall technology has reached Internationally advanced and domestically leading level, with highly adaptable routing table allocation method of scalable router operating system BWOS, IPv6/IPv4 dual-stack forwarding engine, hardware redundancy and software status backup. 

 For more information, visit http://www.bit-way.com.cn/.
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The history of the Department of Computing (COMP) at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, dates back to 1974 and it took the lead in the development of computing education in the territory. With 45 years of success, today, COMP plays a strong role in performing world-class research and nurturing professional talents to support society’s advancement. Its excellence is well-recognized internationally, which is evident by its high position in world university rankings. COMP was ranked 51-100 globally in Computer Science and Information Systems in the QS World University Subject Rankings in 2020. It was also ranked 40th in Computer Science in the “Best Global Universities Rankings” released by the U.S. News & World Report 2020 and 41st in Computer Science & Engineering in the “Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020” released by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University; alongside other globally renowned institutions. 

For more information, visit https://www.polyu.edu.hk/en/.
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Organization: UESTC – China

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) is a Chinese national key university in Chengdu, Sichuan, and a Class A Double First Class University directly under the Ministry of Education. UESTC was included as one of the first universities into “Project 211” in 1997, and then the nation’s “Project 985” in 2001. After more than sixty years of development, UESTC has now evolved into a key multidisciplinary university covering wide-ranging programs in a variety of electronic disciplines with electronic science and technology as its nucleus, engineering as its major field and a harmonious integration of science, engineering, management, liberal arts and medical science. The Computer Science and Technology (CST) department at UESTC was founded in 1956 – the first in China. The Department of Computer Science was then established in 1979 and the Computer Center and Microcomputer Institute in 1984. In 1995, the School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE) was founded by combining the Department of Computer Science, the Microcomputer Institute and the Computer Center. In 2015, the School of Cybersecurity was founded and integrated with SCSE as the School of Computer Science and Engineering (School of Cybersecurity). The first-level discipline of computer science and technology is ranked A in all Chinese Universities, in the discipline evaluation by the state council in 2017, the top 0.7‰ of ESI and 26th in U.S. News in 2020. 

For more information, visit https://en.uestc.edu.cn/.

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Organization: E-Hualu – China

Founded in April 2001, Beijing E-Hualu Information Technology Co., Ltd. (Stock Code: 300212) is a listed company under the state-owned enterprise China Hualu Group Co., LTD. directly administrated by SASAC. Closely meeting the innovative needs of governmental regulation and exerting the advantages of state-owned enterprise, E-Hualu combines the industry operation and capital operation, and implements the “1+3” development strategy by applying the cutting-edge technology such as IoT, cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence, etc. to develop the businesses of Intelligent Traffic, Public Security and Health & Pension while focusing on the City Datalake. Through the integration of online and offline services, and of technology and culture, E-Hualu is committed to developing into a data-focused city Internet operator, providing the value-added services for governments, society and the public, and becoming one of major providers in socialized government services. 

For more information, visit https://en.ehualu.com/.

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The Center of Software and Data Science Engineering, Shandong University, was formerly the teaching and research section of database and application software founded in the early 1980s. With a development history of more than 30 years, the staff of the Center continues to expand. There are now 21 full-time faculties, including 5 Ph.D. supervisors, 7 full professors, and 11 associate professors. The Center continues to address some of most pressing needs in data science and intelligent data analysis, data computing and cloud computing software architecture, e-commerce and business intelligence. 

For more information, visit https://www.sdu.edu.cn/.

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Organization: AARNET (AU)
Since 1989, AARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network has provided high-performing telecommunications and an expanding range of cyber security, data and collaboration services for Australia’s research and education sector, including universities, research organisations, schools, vocational training providers and cultural institutions. AARNet serves over two million end users who access AARNet’s network and services for teaching, learning and research.
For more information, visit https://www.aarnet.edu.au/.
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Organization:APAN-JP (JP)
APAN aims at boosting up Asia-Pacific regional economy through Next Generation Internet (NGI) projects; advanced Internet technologies are being developed by the joint efforts with North America/Europe as well as of intra-regional countries. It connects exchange points (XPs) and access points (APs) with the links of varied speeds. The XPs are located in Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore, and provide the key functions such as traffic exchange, network measurement, information service and web caching to APAN member countries. The APs are the international gateways to APAN, providing the advanced services to the domestic networks. 
For more information, visit http://www.jp.apan.net/.
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Organization: CERNET (CN)
China Education and Research Network-CERNET was built in 1994. It was supported and constructed by Chinese government. Tsinghua University and other top universities are responsible for the construction and operation of the CERNET backbone. CERNET is the first national Internet backbone using TCP / IP in China. It is also an important infrastructure of educational informatization in China and an integral part of national informatization infrastructure. After more than 20 years of development, CERNET has become a large scale academic network. CERNET connects more than 2000 organizations, with more than 20 million users, and supporting wide range of major national education and research applications. CERNET2 is a high-performance 100G pure IPv6 architecture with more than 10 million IPv6 users. As for 2021, Future Internet Technology Infrastructure (FITI) has come into operation, FITI is now under construction and operation by 40 universities in China. 
For more information, visit https://www.cernet.edu.cn/.
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Organization: DOST-ASTI (PH)
The Advanced Science and Technology Institute is an agency of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-ASTI) mandated to undertake research and development activities aimed at strengthening and modernizing Information and Communications Technology and microelectronics. The DOST – ASTI continues to dedicate itself to delivering technology solutions in support of a productive and resilient Filipino society. DOST – ASTI focuses its resources in the following programs: 1.Information and Communications Technology R&D; 2.Microelectronics R&D; 3.Technology Transfer; 4.Space Technology. DOST – ASTI through partnership with local and foreign offices provides an array of services from networking, DNS, electronics and products development, high-performance computing, to space technology , enabling real-time interaction, and formation of user communities. 
For more information, visit https://asti.dost.gov.ph/.
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Organization: ERNET (IN)
ERNET India is the National Research and Education Network dedicated to support the needs of the research and education community within the country. It was established in 1998 as an autonomous scientific society under the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India. It operates ERNET network – a pan-Indian terrestrial and satellite network with 5 points of presence at premier research and academic institutions. 
For more information, visit https://ernet.in/.
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Organization: HARNET (HK)
Incorporated in 1970, the Joint Universities Computer Centre (JUCC) is a cooperative effort of the Computing/Information Technology Services Centres of the eight government-funded tertiary institutions in Hong Kong. Being the consortium of the tertiary institutions of Hong Kong, the JUCC has a long history of inter-institutional collaboration in the development and application of IT in the higher education community, contributing to education and the development of IT in Hong Kong. JUCC’s primary objective is to coordinate, develop, provide and advise on computing and Information Technology (IT) services in teaching, learning, research and administration for its member institutions and Hong Kong’s education community at large. The JUCC today comprises eight institutional Full Members and ten Affiliate Members. 
For more information, visit https://www.jucc.edu.hk/.
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Organization: ITB (ID)
ITB has active as a TEIN gateway  or Trans euro information network is an initiative carried out by the European Commission (EC) with Asian countries through the cooperation umbrella of ASEM (Asean Europe Meeting). This program has been initiated since 2001 and started running in 2005 with TEIN2 Network. One of its members is ITB and ITB also started to connect computer networks between universities and research from the research community using a network in the world known as REN (Research and Education Network). NREN/REN, in principle, uses the same technology as the Internet (TCP/IP), what distinguishes the regular Internet from NREN is the IP address and ASN (Autonomous System Number) which are specific, only around 20,000 routing tables or around 20,000 connected nodes. While the Internet has more than 600,000 routing tables or more than 600,000 nodes worldwide. In 2006, DIKTI (Higher Education) Kemdiknas created an Inheret (Indonesia Higher Education Research Network) which is a network that connects universities in Indonesia which initially connected more than 32 universities as a backbone network, this is DIKTI’s effort to facilitate education and research in Indonesia. Previously, data communication between universities only used the Internet. The Inherent Network in 2007 – 2013 has connected more than 300 universities with funding from the Ministry of National Education, the Inherent network is connected to NREN through the TEIN gateway at ITB. With the TEIN gateway at ITB, universities in Indonesia are starting to connect with NREN in other countries Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) is a research network consortium in Asia Pacific that connects several riser networks (NREN) in Asia to America (Pacific) which connects Asia and America (Nort America) with a high-speed network (High Speed Network). Some members who are members of APAN such as America (Internet.edu) , Japan (NICT, KDDI, SInet) , China (Cernet) , Korea (KOREN) and almost all countries in Southeast Asia including Indonesia are represe. 
For more information, visit https://www.itb.ac.id/.
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Organization: KREONET (KR)
The Korea Research Environment Open Network (hereinafter, “KREONET”) built and operated by the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) as a national research network has become core growth and innovation engine to enhance R&D competitiveness since KREONET initiated and provided the first national-scale Internet service and initiated the Internet era of Korea in 1988. KREONET’s mission is developing, building and operating world-class national research network infrastructure and application platform with applying state-of-art network technology and providing advanced network service and collaboration environment to R&D community and researcher of higher education, national research lab or institute, Korea research and development agency, governments, library, university hospital, research lab of industry etc. The leadership of KREONET for network technology, partnership with KREONET community, and coordination of global collaboration has pulled global R&D leadership of KREONET community. KREONET is a key cyber-infrastructure that enables science discovery and scientific/ICT innovation in the era of the 4th industrial revolution and data-intensive science.  
For more information, visit https://www.kreonet.net/.
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Organization:REANNZ (NZ)
Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand (REANNZ) is New Zealand’s Crown-owned National Research and Education Network. REANNZ operates and supports a specialist high-performance digital network that is engineered to meet the unique demands of scientists, researchers, innovators and educators. With access to large data transfer capabilities and network tools that encourage multi-institutional collaboration, New Zealand has access to the world’s unique science facilities and global collaboration opportunities. 
For more information, visit https://www.reannz.co.nz/.
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Organization: TransPAC (US)
The TransPAC project is a more than two decades-long collaboration in the Asia-Pacific region to improve networks in support of research and education, primarily funded by the US National Science Foundation. It supports not only transoceanic capacity but also provides services to advance large-scale international research efforts. It a cooperative partnership with the Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN), the Trans-Eurasia Information Network (TEIN), and the Asia Pacific Oceania Network (APOnet).The R&E networks included in the TransPAC Collaboration cover all of Asia. IN@IU is well known through the community for it’s “more than just the network” approach to sustaining infrastructure, which is a theme of the new award as well. In addition to continuing support for a broad suite of large-scale science projects, including high energy physics, bioinformatics, and astronomy, TransPAC supports end-to-end data transfers for researchers in any field of science, and staff members will actively support the collaborations to use the network most effectively. Any group collaborating internationally will be able to contact the IN@IU team for this assistance. With its partners, TransPAC has the potential to directly and indirectly impact a significant portion of the NSF portfolio due to the ever-growing nature of today’s collaborative science, with people at multiple institutions in multiple countries bringing their specialized knowledge to bear on different aspects of a single research problem. TransPAC also uses the NetSage measurement and monitoring tool, to understand not only the uptime of the circuits but how they’re being used.
For more information, visit https://transpac.us/.
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Organization: RedCLARA

RedCLARA is responsible for the implementation and management of the network infrastructure that interconnects the Latin American National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) and, through them, a large number of universities and research centers. Thus, scientific and academic communities and many projects lacking adequate infrastructure to support its initiatives today advance and collaborate with each other, contributing to the development of science, education, research and innovation in Latin America.
For more information, visit https://www.redclara.net/.
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