Greek Research and Technology Network

The Greek Research and Technology Network or GRNET (Greek: Εθνικό Δίκτυο Έρευνας και Τεχνολογίας, ΕΔΕΤ) is the national research and education network of Greece. GRNET develops and provides advanced services of national and international internet access to the Research, Academic and Education communities of Greece, with its gigabit GRNET2 network and the Virtual NOC supportive scheme. The mission of the Greek Research and Technology Network GRNET/ΕΔΕΤ is the provision of high-quality international and national networking services to Greek academic and research institutions and to the public and private sector in support of their research and educational activities. GRNET also supports Universities, Technological Education Institutes and over 9500 schools via the Greek School Network .

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