JISC


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JISCJoint Information Systems Committee (UK)
JISCJoint Implementation Supervisory Committee (UN)
JISCJoint Information Systems Committee
JISCJapan Industrial Standards Committee
JISCJoint Industry Safety Committee
JISCJennings Information Systems Consulting (est. 1982; New Hampshire)
JISCJoint Iraqi Security Company (Iraq)
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Having previously worked with Ciena to deliver 400G wavelength connectivity, Jisc recently selected Ciena's 8700 and 5170 Packet Networking platforms to address growing needs for high-bandwidth services delivering up to 100GbE, as well as reducing footprint and power costs.
SSE Enterprise Telecoms' core fibre network will be used by Jisc's UK 'backbone network' for a further nine years until 2028, enabling data-intensive research centres including The Science and Technology Facilities Council's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, and Imperial College London, access to significant bandwidth and speeds of up to 100Gb/s.
Jisc and Springer Nature will also continue to work together to evaluate the agreement and gather evidence to inform the transition to open access.
The JISC meeting was followed by a one-on-one interaction where both leaders decided that direct flights between Singapore and Vijayawada would commence in a month's time and talked about the need for teamwork between the Consortium and the state government.
Assent service manager at Jisc, Peter Atkins, explains: "If you're a researcher, you'll recognise the issue immediately: accessing multiple resources - from leading physics facilities to high performance computing (HPC) or grid computing can mean passwords, passwords and more passwords, not to mention the struggle of dealing with X-509 certificates.
As one of 15 winning entrants, Joe, from Bournemouth, Dorset, has now been given PS2,000 and the offer of support from Jisc experts to work on his concept during a series of workshops over the summer.
They will now work alongside Jisc to develop their website and will be given access to a specialist team of web designers.
"Coventry University welcomes this opportunity offered by JISC funding to work with BT and National Archives to make this collection accessible to all."
This standard is voluntarily used (similar to the JEMA restraint) and it includes energy performance testing, similar to the JISC standard.
JISC, Joint Information Systems Committee, is an independent advisory board to colleges and universities in the U.K., providing inspiration in the use of digital technologies.
Janet Peters, director of university libraries at Cardiff, said: "With JISC's support, we are able to put ballads studies on the world map, comparable with the best of other ballads projects in Britain and America."
and transcription service, while JISC TechDis offer guidance on