Campus Cyberinfrastructure Project: National Science Foundation Campus Cyberinfrastructure Award #1659182

Our partners towards a Connected Future!

University of Hawai'i:

Pacific Islands Research and Education Network

The Pacific Islands Research and Education Network (PIREN) exists to 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 and 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.

National Science Foundation CC* Network Design Award

The University of Guam (UOG) is partnering with two leadership institutions, the University of Hawai'i (UH) and the Network Startup Resource Center (NRSC) at University of Oregon to develop an advanced network designed to support research, education, and scientific discovery at the University of Guam. continue reading. . .

University of Oregon:

Network Startup Resource Center

The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) cultivates collaboration among a community of peers to build and improve a global Internet that benefits all parties. We facilitate the growth of sustainable Internet infrastructure via technical training and engineering assistance to enrich the network of networks. Our goal is to connect people.

Internet2 Global Summit 2018

May 2018

Guam Open Research & Education eXchange

UOG's CC* Award PI and CIO, Rommel Hidalgo, provided GOREX updates at the TransPacific R&E Collaboration discussions which followed the NSF IRNC updates meeting at Internet2 Global Summit. In addition, GOREX and CC* Award updates were provided at the Internet2 Global Summit NITRD Joint Engineering Team (JET) updates meeting, as well as the Internet2 Global Summit ­TransPacific R&E Networking Panel.

UOG Unveils Ultra-High-Speed GOREX Network

January 2018

Guam Open Research & Education eXchange

The University of Guam today unveiled its new ultra-high-speed 100Gb GOREX Network during an event at the UOG Office of Information Technology. The Guam Open Research & Education eXchange (GOREX) connects Guam to Hawaii and California via the new SEA-US fiber-optic submarine cable. Installation was completed this week by technicians from UOG, University of Hawaii, and GTA. Guam is now connected to the global Research and Education Network fabric and is now capable of supporting high-speed exchanges of very large scientific datasets between Guam and other research institutions.

UOG Upgrades Campus Wi-Fi Network

November 2017

EDUROAM (Education Roaming)

The University of Guam launched a new, upgraded Wi-Fi network on Nov. 1, 2017. UOG has partnered with eduroam (education roaming), a secure, worldwide Internet access service developed for the international research and education communities. Through the eduroam network, UOG students, faculty, researchers, and staff can access the Internet across the campus and in over 550 institutions in the U.S. and international institutions in 70 countries.

Twenty First PacNOG Meeting, Conference and Educational Workshop

December 2017

PacNOG 21: Virtualisation and Cloud Computing Workshop

Engineers from the University of Guam collaborated with the University of Oregon's Network Startup Resource Center team to teach Track 2: Virtualisation and Cloud Computing Workshop at this years Pacific Network Operations Group Conference and Educational Workshop.

UOG Campus Network Design Workshop

July 2016

Network Startup Resource Center and UH lead UOG Campus Network Design Workshop

Members of the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) and the University of Hawai‘i (UH) traveled to Guam to participate in a Campus Network Design Workshop at the University of Guam (UOG)