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04 July | 2018
SomaliREN connected to the UbuntuNet network under AfricaConnect2
UbuntuNet Alliance is pleased to announce that it has successfully connected SomaliREN, the Somalian NREN, to the UbuntuNet network.
26 June | 2018
Another AfricaConnect2 milestone achieved: Morocco re-connected
ASREN and CNRST sign agreement to connect MARWAN to international R&E network fabric
05 June | 2018
Five leading universities establish a Lebanese NREN (TechCARE)
Lebanon is now joining the global NREN community: on 28 May, five major Lebanese universities signed the Technology Cooperation Agreement for Research and Education (TechCARE).
12 April | 2018
WACREN 2018: from launching the new WACREN network to a play performing the relevance of NRENs
The fourth annual WACREN conference held in Togo’s capital city Lomé this year engaged its audience through lively debate and conversations.
11 April | 2018
GÉANT confirms Erik Huizer as CEO
GÉANT is delighted to confirm Erik Huizer in his role as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) following his appointment in July 2017 on an interim basis.
22 March | 2018
Launch of West and Central African Research and Education Network opens opportunities for new and exciting Africa-Europe collaborations
On the first day of the annual WACREN conference attendees had the honour of receiving Togo’s Prime Minister Komi Sélom Klassou’s blessing on the official launch of the WACREN network.
19 January | 2018
West and Central Africa connects to the global R&E network to unleash its potential
The EU-funded AfricaConnect2 project has just announced that, following the tender call to connect West and Central (W&C) Africa back in June 2016, GÉANT has awarded a 15-year contract to MainOne for connectivity services.
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