Wayne State has access to two advanced research networks: Internet2 and Michigan LambdaRail. These networks enable high-speed collaboration and networking throughout the global academic community.
- enables the development of advanced Internet applications and the deployment of leading-edge network services to more than 300 Internet2 universities, organizations, and research labs across the country
- necessary scalability for member institutions to efficiently provision resources to address bandwidth-intensive requirements, such as: collaborative applications, distributed research experiments, grid-based data analysis, and social networking
- gives researchers at Wayne State access to 100 Gbps Ethernet connections between Michigan's three research universities
- high-speed connection to national and international research and education network connection points in Chicago, linking to Starlight Networks, which includes the MREN community of CIC universities, ESNet labs, Internet2 (Chicago), CANARIE (Canadian Network of the Advancement of Research, Industry and Education), CERN (Switzerland), SURFnet (Netherlands) and others
Call (313) 577-4737 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about utilizing these networks.