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Internet2® International Partnerships

They say the three most important things about real estate are “location, location, location.”  Sometimes the same can be said in research.  Internet2 strives to make the location factor in research easier by establishing mutual agreements with international partners who share the same collaboration goals.  With Internet2 support, networking with research partners in India or Asia is a regular occurrence.  Knowing the advantages of research, education, health, and the economy to developing countries, Internet2 is also actively participating with other institutions in the creation of National Research & Education Networks.  This effort can only result in a win-win for the developing regions and countries that connect to them.

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