The publication containing the contributions for GARR Conference 2017 is now available online.
GARR has announced the result of a new technological innovation that has made it possible for the Italian research and education network to increase its performance by about 5 times, reaching potential capacity up to 8 Tbps.
The physicist Adalberto Giazotto, the pioneer of gravitational wave research and creator of the Virgo detector, built in Italy, at Cascina, in the Pisan countryside by INFN and the CNRS (Center National de la Recherche Scientifique) has died.
Big Data, artificial intelligence, machine learning and in particular how artificial intelligence is changing the formulation of diagnosis and treatment in medicine, the new network model and security: here are some of the main topics covered in this issue.
The new version of the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for the GARR Network, approved on last 6th November by the BoD, is now online.
The European Night of Researchers will be back on 29 September. A paramount event for science communication, it will involve this year more than 300 cities in Europe.
Last 6 December, the new 100 Gbps research link between Singapore and Japan, was launched.
During the last GÉANT General Assembly, held on 23 November in Prague, attendees voted for four open GÉANT Board positions.
Call for Papers is open for GARR conference 2017, which will take place in Venice from next 15 to 17 November.