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Título : RedCLARA: Name, voice and instrument of collaboration in Latin America
Document Type: book
Fecha de publicación : 28-jul-2014
Descripción : As part of the @LIS2 programme, on November 30th, 2008, the European Commission (EC) signed an €18 million contract with RedCLARA for the implementation of the ALICE2 project. The Project’s promise was that it would give continuity to the enormous achievements of its predecessor, ALICE (which had been led by DANTE, institution run by the pan-European network GÉANT), and would consolidate and expand RedCLARA in Latin America, improving connectivity between Latin American and European researchers. The goals were all accomplished and this is what the following pages sum up, beginning with a summary of everything accomplished by the human team who gave life to ALICE2 and who gave content and meaning to RedCLARA’s powerful infrastructure, and continuing with the words of technicians, engineers, researchers and leaders from the NRENs that are part of RedCLARA. The book ends with the interviews with the leaders of regional networks and of the most important networks in today’s global scene. The choir represented by the 34 interviews not only speaks of how RedCLARA has boosted progress in Latin America, but also of how the threads of collaboration are woven within this part of the world and also with the global community, and what the future and mission of networks look like.
Resumen : As part of the @LIS2 programme, on November 30th, 2008, the European Commission (EC) signed an €18 million contract with RedCLARA for the implementation of the ALICE2 project. The Project’s promise was that it would give continuity to the enormous achievements of its predecessor, ALICE (which had been led by DANTE, institution run by the pan-European network GÉANT), and would consolidate and expand RedCLARA in Latin America, improving connectivity between Latin American and European researchers. The goals were all accomplished and this is what the following pages sum up, beginning with a summary of everything accomplished by the human team who gave life to ALICE2 and who gave content and meaning to RedCLARA’s powerful infrastructure, and continuing with the words of technicians, engineers, researchers and leaders from the NRENs that are part of RedCLARA. The book ends with the interviews with the leaders of regional networks and of the most important networks in today’s global scene. The choir represented by the 34 interviews not only speaks of how RedCLARA has boosted progress in Latin America, but also of how the threads of collaboration are woven within this part of the world and also with the global community, and what the future and mission of networks look like.
Palabras clave : RedCLARA book;ALICE2 book;RedCLARA history;ALICE2 history;Interviews with NREN and REN leaders
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