FLR reveals plans for the Atlantic Research Platform

FLR reveals plans for the Atlantic Research Platform

FLR reveals plans for the Atlantic Research Platform

FLR’s 100G research and education network provides world class, highly reliable, cost effective, ultra-high speed and secure networking connectivity and capacity to enhance research & education. On September 14, 2015, FLR became the 3rd Regional Optical Network in the nation to upgrade its entire core network to 100-Gbps. Shortly thereafter, on November 18, 2015, FLR deployed a Regional Science DMZ to serve as the foundation for the Atlantic Research Platform (ARP). In turn, the ARP in Florida will serve as the platform to extend and interconnect Campus research, high-performance computing, and instructional technology environments to the Global research and education networking fabric.

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