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April 12, 2005

Adva joins Internet2

German networking technology firm Adva Optical Networking has become a member of Internet2, the US research-focused network currently at the center of a court battle with the music and movie industry (see separate story).

By CBR Staff Writer

Adva joins a consortium of over 60 technology companies and service providers working with Internet2’s university and government members to develop and deploy network services and capabilities for academic research.

It’s clear that optical networks, on-demand grid computing and supercomputing infrastructures will play pivotal roles in enabling academic researchers and eventually businesses to affordably and flexibly share and access high-bandwidth applications and information resources, said Jill Arnold, director of member and partner relations with Internet2.

Adva said it is already contributing to Internet2’s Hybrid Optical and Packet Infrastructure (HOPI) initiative – an effort examining the requirements and performance of scalable next generation backbone networks that combine the best of packet and optical technologies.

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