A regional cyberinfrastructure will allow high performance computing centers to develop, share and promote scientific research opportunities in the region. This framework for capacity building is essential to support the region's economic and cultural development.
- Consortium with Guam Department of Education (GDOE), Guam Community College (GCC) and the University of Guam (UOG) that increase collaboration and usage of a local high speed Research Education Network connected to other global and national REN's. Establish an open Internet Exchange that will allow for peering with regional Research and Education Networks.
- Collaborate with the Univeristy of Hawaii (UH), the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC), Pacific Wave, the Western Regional Network, and the Energy Science Network (ES.net) to share Collaboratorium datasets with other institutions using the ES.net's high speed Science DMZ network infrastructure.
- Collaborate with and participate in the Pacific Islands Research and Education Network (PIREN).
- Implement the NOAA'S ERDDAP web serve software to enable gobal Web access to Collaboratorium database information.
The University of Guam created a cyberteam called the Guam Open Research and Education eXchange (GOREX) dedicated to designing and implementing an advanced network capable of supporting research and education networking needs at UOG.
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