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Malaysian Research & Education Network

In The Field

In The Field

Advanced ICT is the core of the global network of research and education (R&E) networks, but these critical networks are made up of much more than fibre, routers and switches. Fascinating stories from around the world about people and projects making a difference and connected by research and education networks.

International Collaborations


APAN (the Asia Pacific Advanced Network) refers to both the organisation representing its members, and to the backbone network that connects the research and education networks of its member countries/economies to each other and to other research networks around the world.


AARNet (Australia’s Academic adn Research Network)is widely regarded as the founder of the Internet in Australia and renowned as the architect, builder and operator of world-class high speed low latency network infrastructure for research and education.


NORDUnet (Nordic Gateway for Research & Education) is a joint collaboration by the five Nordic National Research and Education Networks in Denmark (DeIC), Finland (CSC/FUNET), Iceland (RHnet), Norway (UNINETT) and Sweden (SUNET) and operates a world-class Nordic and International network and eInfrastructure services for the Nordic research and educational community.


Janet is a high-speed network for the UK research and education community.A Janet network connection gives you an extremely reliable and high bandwidth network that will support innovation,


Internet2 is a member-owned advanced technology community founded by the nation’s leading higher education institutions in 1996.


NSRC  (Network Startup Resource Center) is funded by grant number 1451045 from the International Research Network Connections (IRNC) program of the National Science Foundation and Google, with additional contributions from dozens of public and private organizations.


APNIC primary role is to distribute and manage Internet number resources (IP addresses and AS numbers) in the Asia Pacific region’s 56 economies. These number resources are the building blocks for the Internet to operate and grow.