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High-Speed Internet2 Link Revolutionizes Global Medical Education

Imagine Johns Hopkins faculty members performing microsurgery in Tanzania from a computer terminal in a Baltimore operating room, or health care experts// in Vietnam presenting an avian influenza patient to medical students gathered in the Hopkins outpatient center. These are some of the possible a...

Internet2 Congratulates FCC Rural Health Care Pilot Program Grant Awardees

...ealth Network and Enable Connections to the internet2 Network WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- internet2 applauds the Federal Communications Commission's (...esearch and education networks, the new nationwide internet2 Network connects close to 50,000 research and educ...

Internet2 and Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa Form Health Sciences Partnership

...h Initiatives SAN DIEGO, Oct. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- internet2 today announced a new Memorandum of Understanding ...alifornia. The new MOU provides a pathway for the internet2 and RNP communities to jointly lead and collaborat...rldwide," said Dr. Michael McGill, director of the internet2 health sciences initiative. "Together, we hope our...
Internet2 in Biological News

The next step in health care: Telemedicine

...d at a meeting of the collaboration special interest group at the fall 2008 internet2 member meeting in New Orleans. "The University of Puerto Rico has been p...ates that by using the speed and advanced protocols support provided by the internet2 network, we have the potential to develop real-time, remote consultation an...
Internet2 in Biological Technology

From the back roads to the superhighway: Making the connection to Internet2

A joint effort of industry, government, and more than 200 universities (including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, UW-Milwaukee and Marquette University), Internet2 is leading the way toward revolutionary new network technologies and high-speed Internet-based applications. But effective access...

Deep sea event will put spotlight on Internet 2 capabilities

...ology exhibition is, it is ultimately a flashy exhibition of the underlying internet2 technology, using a record-breaking 4.5 gigabits per second of bandwidth sp...nt, who is also working with staff at the University of Washington and with internet2 infrastructure called WiscWaves, which connects facilities in Chicago and M...

Next generation simulations? Not on the Internet you're used to

...idging educational institutions with high-speed network connections in a statewide segment of the national network called Internet2. WiscNet's link to internet2 currently flows between Madison and Chicago, though redundant links elsewhere are being planned. All University of Wisconsin and technical college ...
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