Main Nav

E10 Session Podcast: GLORIAD: Advanced Networking and Cyberinfrastructure for Global Science and Education Collaboration

The Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development (GLORIAD) is a "ring of rings" fiber-optic network around the northern hemisphere connecting the science and education communities of partner countries (and others) with advanced communications services enabling leading-edge collaborations, from quality audio/videoconferencing to remote control of scientific instrumentation to advanced telemedical applications to high-volume data transfer. The NSF has invested $18.5 million to date, matched by roughly $200 million from international partners. This session is presented by Greg Cole, Principal Investigator for GLORIAD, UT-ORNL. He discusses GLORIAD and how it is promoting the use of advanced cyberinfrastructure in supporting the growing globalization of science and education. Streaming video is also available for this session.


You are missing some Flash content that should appear here! Perhaps your browser cannot display it, or maybe it did not initialize correctly.

Running time: 28m 2s
File size: 11.23 MB

Tags from the EDUCAUSE Library