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The NSRC cultivates collaboration among a community of peers to build
and improve a global Internet that benefits all parties. We facilitate
the growth of sustainable Internet infrastructure via technical training
and engineering assistance to enrich the network of networks. Our goal
is to connect people.
The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) is a non-profit entity that has worked since the late 1980s to help develop and deploy networking technology in various activities throughout Asia/Pacific, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and the New Independent States.
The NSRC works directly with the indigenous network engineers and operators who develop and maintain the Internet infrastructure in their respective countries and regions by providing technical information, engineering assistance, training, donations of networking books, equipment and other resources. The end goal in this work is to make it easier for local scientists, engineers and educators to collaborate via the Internet with their international colleagues by helping to connect communities of interest.
This group is dedicated to collect experiences of all those that in one way or another have been touched by the NSRC.
The NSRC is located at the University of Oregon: http://www.uoregon.edu/
|Awards||The NSRC is partially funded by a grant from the US National Science Foundation as well as from the generous support of many organizations. You can see a list of supporters at http://nsrc.org/sponsors/. In addition we would like to thank Google for their generous support of our activities: http://uonews.uoregon.edu/archive/news-release/2011/3/google-university-oregon-center-gets-125-million|