Subject: News for and about the Internet2 community
- From: "Ellyn Stepanek (OSTN)" <>
- Subject: Invitation to Cenic iSeminar
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 17:27:44 -0400
CENIC - Invitation to OSTN Executive Briefing iSeminar
*April 27, 2007 • 1-2PM Pacific Time (4-5PM Eastern Time)
The most advanced statewide research and education network in the nation
has partnered with the leading provider of student-produced educational IPTV content.
Register for the OSTN Executive Briefing iSeminar at www.regonline.com/126615 to learn how your institution can benefit from this new partnership.
CENIC (The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California) has partnered with OSTN (The Open Student Television Network) to deliver IPTV student-produced foreign-language, education, news, and entertainment programming via the California Research & Education Network (CalREN) to California’s K-20 education community.
To learn more about how your institution can benefit from this partnership and how other institutions have done so, register for the *CENIC iSeminar* to be held *April 27, 2007 *from *1-2PM Pacific Time (4-5PM Eastern Time) at www.regonline.com/126616*.
To register for this event, visit http://www.regonline.com/126615.
For more information about receiving/joining OSTN, please contact Anthony Davis, VP of Membership Development, at ** or *(216) 973-7564*.
Jim Dolgonas*, President and CEO, CENIC
*Tom West*, President and CEO, National LambdaRail
*Alison Gang*, Communications Manager, University of California Television (UCTV)
*Don Tillman*, USC Television
*Randy Winchester*, Team Lead, MIT IPTV Cable Initiative
*André Quenneville*, Director Public Affairs, Ontario Research & Innovation Optical Network (ORION)
*Register today at www.regonline.com/126615*
*California's education and research communities leverage their networking resources under CENIC, the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California, in order to obtain cost-effective, high-bandwidth networking to support their missions and answer the needs of their faculty, staff, and students. CENIC designs, implements, and operates CalREN, the California Research and Education Network, a high-bandwidth, high-capacity Internet network specially designed to meet the unique requirements of these communities, and to which the vast majority of the state.s K-20 educational institutions are connected. In order to facilitate collaboration in education and research, CENIC also provides connectivity to non-California institutions and industry research organizations with which CENIC's Associate researchers and educators are engaged.
CENIC is governed by its member institutions. Representatives from these institutions also donate expertise through their participation in various committees designed to ensure that CENIC is managed effectively and efficiently, and to support the continued evolution of the network as technology advances. Learn more at www.cenic.org.
*OSTN is the leading provider of educational and foreign language IPTV content and services. OSTN features the only 24/7 worldwide channel exclusively devoted to student-produced programming. OSTN now is delivered to 41 million users at 4,500 university member campuses and 36 countries around the globe. OSTN can be viewed on televisions and personal computers.
In North America, OSTN uses the National LambdaRail (NLR) and Internet2 networks to distribute programming to members. It uses ORION in Ontario, Canada and the GEANT2 Network, managed by DANTE, in the European Union. GEANT2 links to Asia via TEIN2, the Middle East & Africa via EuroMed, Latin and South America via ALICE and Australia via AARNet. For more information, visit www.ostn.tv.
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- Invitation to Cenic iSeminar, Ellyn Stepanek (OSTN), 04/19/2007
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