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Internet2 doesn't "develop technology"Edit

It is one of many enablers of the development of technology.

I removed the statment about Internet2 developing technology such as IPv6, multicast, and QoS. These technologies and research has involved hundreds of researchers and perhaps thousands of engineers, much of which predates the existance of Internet2 and most of which had nothing whatsoever to do with Internet2. -- James Sterbenz, EECS/ITTC, The University of Kansas

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Semi-protected edit request on 16 May 2019Edit


In 2010, Internet2 received a 62.5M American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT grant [reference] that allowed Internet2 to put in place a long term IRU for fiber and upgrade the network with its own DWDM optical network system. Ciena later announced that this was the first 100G nationwide optical network. reference: The upgrade to the new optical system was complete in December, 2012. Reference: Rvietzke (talk) 12:17, 16 May 2019 (UTC)

  Done NiciVampireHeart 11:31, 22 May 2019 (UTC)
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