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New networks aren't good enough

, : New networks aren't good enough. Science 273: 91

The explosive growth in Japan's science information infrastructure means that the networks must enhance their speed and capacity, at great financial expensive. The National Center for Science Information Systems is seeking budget increases to speed up SINET, the largest scientific network in Japan. Similarly, the Science and Technology Agency is seeking budget increases to improve its new Interministry Network, ImNET. The agencies claim that increased expenditure is required to facilitate data exchanges both within Japan and between Japan and the rest of the world.


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