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28 July 2006
6DISS Goes Latin

The 6DISS project held its fifth IPv6 workshop on 26-28 July 2006 in Quito, Ecuador. The event comprised one of the tracks of WALC 2006, an annual training event targeted at Latin American networking professionals, and was organised in cooperation with CLARA, the Latin American research networking organisation. The workshop was coordinated by TERENA in collaboration with FCCN and RENATER, the Portuguese and French national research networking organisations. FCCN and its French sister organisation RENATER provided the lecturers for the event.

26 June 2006
Video Archive from TNC 2006 Now Available

The video archive of the live stream from the TERENA Networking Conference 2006 in Catania, Italy is now available. This year, the presentations can be viewed individually, instead of per session.
The GARR streaming team numbered 22 from the GARR community all over Italy and was led by Franca Fiumana of CINECA under the direction of GARR’s Senior Technical Officer, Claudio Allocchio.

20 June 2006
Consider the Future of Next Generation Networking

Don't miss the opportunity to contribute to the future of the TERENA Task Force on Next Generation Networking (TF-NGN). Taking place on 4-5 July 2006 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the meeting will allow delegates to start discussing the terms of reference for the future of the task force.

Participants will also have the opportunity to hear about GENI, the NSF initiative for a clean-slate approach to redesigning the Internet, leading industry views on the future of IP and optical networks, results from academic research projects and experiences from research and education network deployments.

To register for the event and for further information, please visit: http://www.terena.nl/activities/tf-ngn/tf-ngn21/ .

15 June 2006
TERENA Secretariat Adds Sender Policy Framework Support

The TERENA Secretariat recently added SPF (Sender Policy Framework) data to its DNS entry. SMTP, which is currently used for sending email, allows anyone to send email with a forged email address. SPF is used to help identify forged sender addresses that are used by viruses, worms and spam. SMTP servers that support SPF can easily detect forged senders and flag or delete messages from spoofed senders, consequently drastically reducing or completely eliminating worms, viruses and spam that are sent through email on infected machines.

13 June 2006
TERENA Celebrates Its 20th Birthday

Today TERENA, the Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association, celebrates its 20th birthday. Set up 20 years ago to the day, the association started its life as RARE (Réseaux Associés pour la Recherche Européenne). RARE was established under Dutch law on 13 June 1986 by Hans Rosenberg on behalf of the University of Utrecht and Klaus Ullmann on behalf of the DFN Association. RARE changed its name to TERENA in 1994 when it merged with another organisation, EARN, the European Academic & Research Network association.

3 June 2006
Mini CAMP Well Received in Romania

TERENA organised a Mini CAMP (Campus Architectural Middleware Planning) workshop at the 5th RoEduNet (Romanian Education Network) International Conference which took place 1-3 June 2006 in Sibiu, Romania. Held in the afternoon of Friday 2 June, the aim of the Mini CAMP was to raise awareness about the state of the art middleware technologies already in use in the academic community in Europe and beyond.

25 May 2006
Initial Workshop Kicks off the EARNEST Foresight Study

The initial workshop of EARNEST (Education and Research Networking Evolution Study) was held at the Dolce Berlin Müggelsee Hotel and Conference Centre on 23 and 24 May 2006, and was attended by 86 representatives of all stakeholders in research and education and networking in Europe: national government authorities and the European Commission, other funding bodies, National Research and Education Networks, management of universities, research institutes and educational institutions, equipment vendors and telecommunications providers, and, last but not least, the users of research and education networking facilities and services.

24 May 2006
A Record Breaking TNC 2006

Well over 500 delegates attended the TERENA Networking Conference 2006 held in Catania, Sicily from 15 – 18 May - a record in the 22 year history of TNC. TERENA Networking Conferences are prominent annual events, offering an opportunity to present and discuss technical and strategic aspects of the provision of networks and services to the research and education community, and the corresponding research and development activities. Bringing together leading figures from the research networking community in Europe and worldwide, the events provide a unique opportunity to learn about the latest developments and plans.

18 May 2006
Honeypots Sweeten the Bitter Taste of Cyberattacks

At the NoAH project workshop, held yesterday at the TERENA Networking Conference 2006 in Catania, Sicily, a pilot honeypot infrastructure was unveiled. In the last few years there has been an increase in the number of cyberattacks on the Internet, which is crippling IT infrastructure. The NoAH project works towards building an infrastructure that automatically detects and warns of viruses, worms, trojans and other denial-of-service attacks.

15 May 2006
Watch TNC 2006 Live Via Video Streams

The 22nd TERENA Networking Conference kicks-off at 2pm (CET) today in Catania, Sicily. Those not able to attend need not miss out as it is possible to view the sessions via the live streams. Just visit http://www.terena.nl/events/tnc2006/#streams to join. Additional streaming formats are available as well - see http://www.garr.it/conf_06_en/streaming.html .

First up in the Opening Plenary today is John Delaney, Director of the NEPTUNE Program and Professor of Oceanography at the University of Washington, who will present "Beyond Ships and Satellites: How Will We Study the Oceans in the Future?". Later this afternoon (from 4pm CET), it will be possible to view the four break out sessions: Bridging the Mediterranean, Demanding Applications, High-speed Networks and Protocols or Realtime Multicast.

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