What is Internet2?

What can Internet2 do for me?

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Original version created by Debbie La Torre and Alicia Holdner Campen for Professor Allison Rossett's Ed Tech 644 Advanced Instructional Design course at SDSU, May 2000.

What Does Internet2 Mean for SDSU Faculty?

Have you given up using the Internet in your lectures because you are tired of long download times?

Do you wish you could incorporate video conferencing or virtual reality into your course curriculum?

Do you want to share materials with your colleagues at other universities?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, Internet2 may be for you. Internet2 is a high speed network that is capable of transmission speeds up to 20,000 times faster than a 56K modem.

For a demonstration of how fast Internet2 is, visit this dynamic table of download times. Enter a size of a file, for example your hard drive and then click GO. Compare your connection to what it would be if you had the OC3 155 Mbps (Internet2) connection.

Visit What is Internet2 for more information on Internet2 and its capablities

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