AmLight ExP

AmLightExPIn response to the growing network requirements of these U.S.-Latin America collaborative science research activities, the Americas Lightpaths Express and Protect (AmLight ExP) project implements a hybrid network strategy that combines the use of optical spectrum (Express) and leased capacity (Protect), in order to build a reliable, leading-edge network infrastructure for research and education. The total production bandwidth provided by AmLight ExP between the U.S. and South America will grow to more than 680G over the next five years….Read More

AmLight News

FIU awarded for AMLIGHT to provide an Advanced International Network for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) through 2031. Read More…

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RedCLARA open a 100Gbps link between Chile, Panama and the United States

The new link that goes from Miami to Panama City […]

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Trajectory Awards 2018: Michael Stanton receives international prize for his contribution to the Internet

The network scientist and former director of the National Rede […]

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Using Kytos SDN platform to enhance international big data transfers

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AmLight Project (2010-16)

Americas Lightpaths, AmLight, enables research and education amongst the people of the Americas. The enablement is through the operation of production infrastructure for communication and collaboration between the U.S. and Western Hemisphere science and engineering research and education communities. Read more…

AmLight ExP Partners

AmLight ExP project is supported by NSF Award #1451018 . Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in AmLight ExP materials are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.