Viewing entries posted in 2011
University of Lethbridge students and staff are enjoying a faster delivery of Internet content on campus, thanks to a new connection to Cybera’s transit exchange service.
Cybera is pleased to announced that the well-known open Internet advocate, Tim Wu, will be providing the keynote speech at Summit 2011: Data for All – Opening up the Cloud.
The Digital Innovators blog, authored by a community of advanced network users, developers, visionaries and champions, will share information, discuss issues impacting the community, and showcase how researchers, innovators and educators leverage this critical digital infrastructure.
A principle investigator with Cybera’s Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure for Environment Sensing (GeoCENS) project has received $220,000 from Microsoft Research and Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures (Tech Futures) to develop a virtual environmental observatory.
Register today for Summit 2011: Data for All – Opening up the Cloud, which will take place October 6 and 7, 2011 at The Banff Centre, located in beautiful Banff, AB.
The Calgary node of Canada’s first “green” internet passed a major operational test last night as the building hosting it underwent a five-hour power outage.
Cybera played host to the Southern Alberta nominees of the 2011 Manning Innovation Awards, a national event celebrating the inventiveness of Canadians.
CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network, today announced that it has selected Cybera and Compute/Calcul Canada as the providers of research computing and data storage services for the DAIR (Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research) Program.
A Cybera research project has become one of the first Canadian test cases in a study that will help outline protocols for international “green” IT.
Effective this week, creativity at The Banff Centre will be enhanced by faster internet connectivity, provided through a Cybera-hosted connection to the Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX).