ADVANCED NETWORK

Worldwide academic connectivity network.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

It allows the transmission of large volumes of information at high speeds through fiber optic channels. The academic network of Ecuador, CEDIA, is made up of next generation fiber optic rings, with an initial capacity of 100 Gbps (400,000 times faster than the commercial Internet) for our member institutions in the country. Our connection points are located in 7 cities, forming rings with high connectivity and ensuring the quality of the service.

Red CEDIA is part of Red CLARA, which is the Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks, formed by networks of peer institutions in Latin America such as: National Research and Education Networks - NREN (RNIE - for its acronym in Spanish). The Red CLARA, in turn, connects Latin American NRENs with international advanced networks in different continents: North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. These networks include Intenet2, GEANT2, CANARIE, APAN, UbuntuNet, ESNET and NLR.

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For more information contact: noc@cedia.org.ec