Projects in which rednesp is involved
The AmLight project is an academic consortium co-financed by NSF, rednesp and RNP, aimed at operating multiple broadband channels between academic networks in Latin America, with the main points of interconnection being the cities of Miami (USA), São Paulo, Fortaleza, Panama City and Santiago, Chile.. In addition, the rednesp team is directly involved in the development of the SDN Kytos-NG platform.
The Global Network Avancement Group (GNA-G), successor to the former Global Lambda Integrated Facility (GLIF), is a virtual organization of academic networks with the objective of providing international connectivity (dedicated, temporary or permanent) to research projects that demand it.
O São Paulo Research and Analysis Center (SPRACE), localizado no Instituto de Física Teórica da Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp), é o principal usuário da rede proporcionada pela rednesp, sendo responsável por parte do processamento mundial de dados do Grande Colisor de Hádrons (LHC) do CERN, na Suíça.
O Center for Internet Augmented Research & Assessment (CIARA), localizado na Florida International University (FIU), funciona como um núcleo parceiro de operação da rednesp nos EUA, congregando técnicos e pesquisadores que ajudam a colocar, através da AmLight, nossa rede para funcionar.
Vera C. Rubin Observatory formerly known as the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) is an astronomical observatory installed in Chile capable of mapping and photographing the entire visible sky. The rednesp participates in the consortium responsible for the international transmission of the immense amount of data that will be generated daily by the telescope. Further information about Vera C. Rubin links can be found here.