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Research data network secures funding boost

The New Zealand government has allocated an extra $21 million to a high-speed internet service that helps the country’s scientists to conduct data-intensive research.

The top-up means that the Research Education and Advanced Network New Zealand will receive government support for a further seven years. The additional funding is part of the government’s long-term plan to increase investment in national science infrastructure.

REANNZ is a dedicated telecommunications service that was set up by the government in 2007 to enable scientists to collaborate on global research projects.

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