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Cyberinfrastructure

examines the convergence of three realities -- the spread of the Internet, the shrinkage of computers, and the accumulation of databases -- that has led researchers to envision a planet-wide grid of computing, information, networking, and sensor resources. Learn about projects to develop the emerging cyberinfrastructure. Find out how researchers are beginning to depend on it. Discover resources for teaching and learning about information technology. (National Science Foundation)

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The convergence of several technological trends (the Internet, microchip technology and databases) have led researchers to envision a tightly integrated, planet-wide grid of computing, information, networking and sensor resources -- a grid that we could one day tap as easily as we now use a power socket or a water faucet.
Image of the northern pole of the earth. The United States, Russia and China completed the first round-the-world computer network ring, which will be used for joint scientific and educational projects

Networking for tomorrow


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