The ANSP project (an Academic Network at São Paulo), as determined by a decision of FAPESP's Board of Trustees, “provides the State of São Paulo research community with state of the art computer networking connectivity.”


ANSP develops and maintains the infrastructure, Internet services and data communication in general which, in conjunction with ANSP’s Technical Reserve Program, offers the education and research community in the State of São Paulo the technological means needed to access information throughout the world, to share knowledge, to develop collaborative projects and for innovation on a large scale.


The ANSP Project is run by NARA from The Medical School of the University of São Paulo and is funded by FAPESP through process 2013/11711-5



The current reality and future of SDN were discussed at a workshop held on 21-22 August, 2013, in Curitiba, PR.


Late afternoon yesterday, the Workshop “SDN - Software Defined Networking: Sharing Visions for the Future,” sponsored by the DATACOM company, with support from ANSP drew to a close. The event, held in Curitiba, Paraná, took place on 21 and 22 August 2013 and aimed to discuss the current situation and the future of Software-Defined Networking, joining forces to provide solutions in this area.

Sponsored by DATACOM, representatives from the company itself and from ANSP, Copel, CPqD, Equatorial, NIC.br, RNP, SERPRO, UECE, UFES, UFSCar, UNESP and Telebras met to present and discuss the limitations, technological problems, solutions, applications and demonstrations of SDN.

Discussion of these ideas is intended to get to grips with the key issues and problems experienced by DATACOM customers in this area, helping the company to engage its development area more closely with the needs of its customers and users.


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