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Advanced Network and Technology Applications

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Through [cyber]connections to high-capacity global networks, North Dakota researchers and educators from a wide range of academic disciplines are able to collaborate with over 300 member institutions in the United States alone. These peers include leading U.S. universities, corporations, government research agencies, and not-for-profit networking organizations with current membership in Internet2 and regional networks.

Advanced networking and technology applications possess capabilities for supporting innovation in education and research, not the least of which include extended capacity for complex models of computation, visualization and programming. At the same time, the increasing needs of research and education for these high-performance computing and advanced network resources continues to stimulate development of new media and technologies, along with the infrastructure needed to support them.

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For information on accessing the advanced networks and applications that can help you with your research and teaching, please contact:

Kim Owen
Advanced Applications Coordinator

NDSU Information Technology Services
210C IACC
P.O. Box 5164
Fargo, ND 58105-5164

701.231.9522

kim.owen@ndsu.edu


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North Dakota State University
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Last Updated: Friday, August 15, 2008