Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe (DANTE)
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1993-07 Cambridge UK
Jul 1993, Cambridge (UK), by a group of European National Research and Education Networks, as a permanent organization to plan, manage and build research networks. Registered in accordance with UK law. Ceased to exist when merged with U-XF3368 - Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association (TERENA) to become F-XJ4897 - GÉANT Association, Oct 2014.
Stimulate collaboration among researchers by organizing and managing pan-European data network services for the European research community, rationalizing the management of otherwise fragmented, uncoordinated, expensive and inefficient transnational services and operational facilities; organize, manage and build international networks on behalf of members; enhance European research infrastructure and its interconnectivity with the rest of the world.
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Headed by 2 General Managers. Working Groups/Departments (5): Commercial and Administrative; Network Planning; Network Operations; Systems; Public Relations.
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