UH President Lassner at the 2019 IEEE GLOBECOM Conference
RENs: Pioneers of the Internet in the Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific Oceania network (APOnet) collaboration will connect East Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania and North America
$4.5M NSF grant for Pacific cyberinfrastructure
JGA North is Ready for Service
UH President Lassner at the 2019 IEEE GLOBECOM Conference
JGA South is Ready for Service – 36 Tbps Interconnecting Australia, Asia and the United States
Alcatel Submarine Networks to Deploy an Unrepeated Cable to Connect Tokelau
YouTube video
Guam–Singapore Connectivity Consortium Expands Support for Data-Intensive Science in the Asia Pacific Oceania Region
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The University of Hawaii’s Pacific Islands Research and Education Network is in place for the following:

  • Provide full domestic support for AARNET’s current 2x40Gbps R&E circuits from Australia and New Zealand to the U.S., via Hawaii (including Mauna Kea) with upgrade to 2x100Gbps in 2016
  • Continue to foster research and education (R&E) network capacity to interconnect Pacific Islands with each other and the global R&E network fabric by building on previous projects and relationships
  • Opportunistically connect Mauna Kea and Haleakala, sites of major international astronomy observatories
  • Collaborate and cooperate with IRNC measurement, NOC, Engagement, and Open Exchange awardees

Partners include:

Between The Cosmos & The Sea