Thursday, September 26, 2013

MOSCOW, Idaho – As scientists’ abilities to collect enormous amounts of data increases, so does the need to store and share the data. The University of Idaho has received a grant to increase its core network bandwidth tenfold, allowing researchers to share data more effectively and efficiently in Idaho and worldwide.

The National Science Foundation, or NSF, awarded the university nearly $450,000 to remove network bottlenecks that were hampering UI’s ability to share data with its partners and the public. The award is part of a national effort by the NSF to increase data capacity.

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