100-Gig Internet2 network finished

Internet2, the nonprofit condortium involving more than 46,000 universities, libraries and other research and education agencies, announced to its members at its fall meeting this week that it has completed a nationwide network infrastructure capable of bandwidth up to 100 Gbps.

Level 3 Communications actually finished construction on the network infrastructure a few months ago. A dynamic network circuit capability allows network administrators to allocate 10 Gbps chunks of dedicated capacity when necessary.

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