KSU Announces New Connectivity

Following the R2 Roadmap: Improved Research Connections at KSU 

University Information Technology Services (UITS) and Office of Research are pleased to announce that KSU has joined the CDC, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and other leading research institutions in establishing high speed pathways to Internet2 and other heavily used commercial content providers.  

This upgrade allows for rapid sharing of large amounts of data with other research organizations, facilitating real-time collaboration between researchers at KSU and other participating institutions worldwide.  
You do not need to take any extra steps to use this new network connection; the UITS team has already implemented this upgrade to KSU’s network behind the scenes, so you are directly using these faster connections any time you are on campus and access internet-based resources.   
We look forward to continuing to support innovative research and education at KSU. 
The following resources provide details about the internet pathways that we now have access to: Regional Research and Education Networks and Internet2 Peer Exchange (I2PX). 
Jeff Delaney
VP of Information Technology & CIO
Karin Scarpinato
VP for Research