National Research and Education Network

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National Research and Education Network

Commonly called NREN. An Internet service provider for educational and research institutions. New protocols are often introduced on NRENs before they are used on other ISPs.
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EverFi's national education network has grown to include 6,200 K-12 schools and over 550 higher education institutions.
The company said that schools within the network will be able to communicate with each other across its IP 21st century network and link to the National Education Network to share teaching and learning experience.
Kirklees schools too look like getting a flying start, with all enjoying a broadband connection to the national education network by September.
Providing services to the Local Authorities via a Consortium (which is jointly funded by Local Authorities and DfES), YHGfL is one of 10 Regional Broadband Consortia set up across the UK to meet the Governments target of providing broadband connectivity to all schools in the UK to the National Education Network (NEN).
and has grown its national education network to over 1,000 corporations, foundations, non-profits, and higher education institutions that bring EverFi's cutting-edge technology to over 6,000 K-12 schools and 500 colleges.
Government ministers have set a target for all schools to have a broadband connection to the national education network by September 2006.
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