Science • Research • Data • Collaboration

Eleven global leading-edge research and education networks in North America, East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania are collaborating to improve high-speed network services in the Asia Pacific Oceania region.

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Supporting Growth and Development in Research

The explosive growth in scientific and global scale instrument technology, has led to unprecedented volumes of experimental data, which can be combined, compared, and correlated across time, place, and types of data. Computational science, aids in modeling, simulation, and scenario assessment using data from diverse sources to solve complex research issues from health care and public policy to scientific discovery and economic competitiveness. Important discoveries are now made by teams of experts spread around the world, collaborating and sharing data and scientific instruments across national boundaries.

 

To support these multinational collaborations, the partners of the Asia Pacific Oceania Network (APOnet) have each contributed specific resources that together  create a high-speed trans-oceanic network services delivery system that is more resilient, adaptable and consistent than any individual network on its own. Elevating services available for research and education across the multiple regions.

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Expanding Numbers

10+

Network Partners

160+

Connections World Wide

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Helping Data Go Places

With connections in East Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania, and North America, collaborations in research and education and sharing of scientific instruments and data across nations is now more flexible and resilient.

Multiple Networks

Providing multiple network paths allows flexibility in route options and dependability in data transfer service.

Progressive Networking

Continued research into emerging and future network technologies to ensure the advancement of quality service.

Accelerated Networking

Multiple networks can increase data transfer speeds by identifying faster or alternative network paths.

Development and Support

Active support for data transfers through end-to-end connectivity analysis.

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