At NORDUnet's general meeting on 21 April, the members voted for DeiC's CEO, Gitte Kudsk, to become the new member of the NORDUnet Board of Directors. In doing so, she must help set the strategic direction of the future for NORDUnet.
NORDUnet is owned by the national research and education networks (NREN's) in Denmark (DeiC), Iceland (RHnet), Norway (UNINETT), Sweden (SUNET), and Finland (Funet). NORDUnet delivers international high speed connections to its owners, some of them via connections to the GÉANT network.
NORDUnet is also a forum for Nordic collaboration around research networks and e-infrastructure. Every other year it hosts the NORDUnet Conference. In the other years there is a NORDUnet Technical Workshop.
NORDUnet represents DeiC and the other Nordic NREN's within GÉANT.
Forskningsnettet delivers international connections through NORDUnet and GÉANT.
NORDUnet is a cooperation between the Nordic research networks. NORDUnet interconnects the Nordic research networks and provides the connection to the rest of the world.
GÉANT is the pan-European research and education network. GÉANT is financed by the EU and the European national research network.
Researchers who build networks or design advanced distributed applications now have the opportunity to test their designs in a real-world environment – without the risk of breaking services belonging to others in the process. The GÉANT Testbeds Service (GTS) is ready to welcome users.