[ I am pleased to see that UCAN has established a committee to look at the long term financial sustainability of UCAN (http://www.usucan.org/) . The deliberations and output of this committee will not only benefit UCAN but R&E networks around the world.
Bill St. Arnaud
- Bill St. Arnaud is a consultant and research engineer who works with clients around the world on a variety of subjects such as next generation Internet networks and developing practical solutions to reduce CO2 emissions such as free broadband and dynamic charging of eVehicles. He is an author of many papers and articles on these topics and is a frequent guest speaker. For more details on my research interests see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bill_Arnaud
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
[The future of R&E networks around the world is always under constant review.
at 12:51 PM
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
[In many ways Canada is seen as a test market for Internet business concepts that will eventually appear in the US.
at 11:51 AM
Sunday, February 6, 2011
[I have blogged many times that I think the next major step for national R&E networks is to deploy national wireless solutions integrated with their optical backbones to support numerous eScience applications in sensor networks, environmental modeling, personal mobile health etc.
at 8:35 AM
Thursday, February 3, 2011
[I am pleased to see that Mark Johnson, of the North Carolina R&E network has been appointed by Internet2 as the interim head of the United States Unified Community Anchor Network (U.S. UCAN) initiative.
at 2:27 PM
[Once again The Netherlands is showing global innovative leadership in the development of a national R&E wireless network integrated with their optical backbone.
at 8:32 AM