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mission
Mission

The Office of Information Technology provides leadership and innovation in information technology planning, implements efficient technology infrastructures, develops and deploys effective information systems, and delivers responsive IT support services.

units
Units
  • The Office of the Vice President and Chief Information Officer
  • Academic Support
  • Administrative and Enterprise Applications
  • Networking and Telecommunications Services
  • Technical Services and Support
  • User Support Services
units4
Units

The Office of the Vice President

and Chief Information Officer

The Office of the Vice President and Chief Information Officer works with corporate, government, and educational partners to build a shared vision of the future as the University of Maryland plays a major role in the development and deployment of innovative and collaborative information technology initiatives.

units5
Units

Academic Support

Academic Support assists faculty, students, and staff in the design and integration of technology into the teaching and learning process and into research initiatives.

units6
Units

Administrative and Enterprise Applications

Administrative and Enterprise Applications designs, develops, and implements databases, data warehouses, and enterprise application software in support of student, administrative, and business processes.

units7
Units

Networking and Telecommunications Services

Networking and Telecommunications Services provides data, voice, and video communications infrastructure and services that support academic research and teaching, administrative, and outreach activities.

units8
Units

Technical Services and Support

Technical Services and Support designs, develops, and deploys technical architecture, Web solutions, and University-wide computer services, including desktop, LAN, and UNIX support for the University community.

units9
Units

User Support Services

User Support Services enhances the productivity of the University community and empowers users by making information technology accessible and providing a customer focused, single point of contact for quality IT services and technical support.

advanced networking initiatives
Advanced Networking Initiatives
  • Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX)
  • Next Generation Internet Exchange (NGIX)
  • Internet2
  • Chinese – American Networking Symposium
  • Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation
  • net.work.Maryland
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Advanced Networking Initiatives

Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX)

The University of Maryland administers and hosts the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) network. MAX is the Internet2 gigaPoP for the mid-Atlantic region of the United States.

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Higher Education

Catholic University

Gallaudet University

Georgetown University

George Washington University

NCSA / ACCESS

SURA

UCAID

University of Maryland

University of Maryland, Baltimore

University of Maryland, Baltimore Co.

Univ. System of Maryland (aggregating 11 campuses)

rev. 10/27

Federal Labs and Agencies

NASA / GSFC

NSF

NIH

NLM

NOAA

Naval Research Lab & ATDnet

Smithsonian Institution

U.S. Geological Survey

Private Non-Profit

Howard Hughes Med. Institute

Emerging Technology Center

Fujitsu Labs of America

Advanced Networking Initiatives

Current MAX Membership(32 Participants)

advanced network initiatives
Advanced Network Initiatives

Next Generation Internet Exchange (NGIX)

The University of Maryland provides one of the three Next Generation Internet Exchanges (NGIX) for the federal research networks. This exchange connects the national research labs in the Greater Washington region to the University of Maryland over direct fiber-optic links-- enabling joint research and development partnerships.

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Advanced Network Initiatives

Current NGIX Participants

  • NASA NISN operational
  • NASA NREN research
  • DREN defense research
  • UCAID's Abilene research
  • MCI's vBNS research
  • National Library of Medicine
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NGIX Interconnections and Peering

PNWGP Seattle

Abilene

DREN

@Gig-E

@Gig-E

ESnet

@Gig-E

Sunnyvale

Abilene

ESnet

@OC12

@OC12

FIX/MAE-West (Ames)

LA

SDSC

Abilene

vBNS

@OC48

@OC12

NREN

DREN

@OC3

@OC3

ESnet

NISN

Supernet

ESnet

@DS3

@OC3

@OC48

@DS3

peering in place

NGIX

peering planned

Public Exchange Point

JETnet

: connected to the exchange point

Private Exchange Point

JETnet

: plan to connect to the exchange point

Non-NGIX

OC-12 Connection

Sprint NY-NAP

(Pennsauken, NJ)

NGIX-CH (AADS)

NYC (Manhattan)

vBNS

Abilene

Abilene

@OC12

@OC12

vBNS

@OC12

@DS3

NREN

ESnet

@OC3

@OC3

DREN

NISN

ESnet

ESnet

@OC3

@OC3

@DS3

@OC12

NGIX-DC/MAX

Abilene

vBNS

DREN

@OC12

@OC3

@OC12

ESnet

NREN

@OC3

@OC12

NISN

NLM

@OC3

@OC12

SuperNet

MAX

USGS

@OC48

@OC48

@250Mb

MAE-East

NGIX-SF (Ames)

vBNS

Abilene

USGS

@DS3

@OC12

DREN

NREN

DREN

@OC3

@OC3

@OC12

ESnet

NISN

ESnet

NISN

@DS3

@DS3

@OC3

@OC3

Created by Javad Boroumand, updated 17Nov02 by JJ Jamison

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Advanced Network Initiatives

Internet2

The University of Maryland, College Park is an active member of the Internet2 consortium and committed to furthering the goals of Internet2's mission. The Office of Information Technology provides support that enables the University to continue its leading role in advanced research on computing technology.

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Advanced Network Initiatives

Chinese – American Networking Symposium

The Office of Information Technology is an active participant in the Chinese-American Networking Symposium (CANS). OIT representatives collaborate annually with networking experts from China and the United States to discuss new ideas in networking technology.

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Advanced Network Initiatives

Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation

The Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation (IEEAF) is a non-profit corporation that seeks to provide and stimulate real benefits for educational institutions and their communities of higher learning.

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Advanced Network Initiatives

net.work.Maryland

The University of Maryland provides leadership and support to net.work.Maryland, a high-speed backbone available throughout the State of Maryland. Net.work.Maryland connects state, county and municipal government agencies and departments, libraries, hospitals, K-12 education, and other higher education institute’s data networks.

2002 university of maryland statistics
2002 University of Maryland Statistics:
  • 25,099 Undergraduate Students
  • 9,061 Graduate Students
  • 14,750 Faculty and Staff
current network statistics
Current Network Statistics:
  • 194 Buildings
  • 17,494 Campus Network Jacks
  • 23,919 Campus Network Machines
  • 10,380 Residence Hall Network Jacks
  • Over 200 Access Points in Wireless Network
technical architecture information technology security academic faculty support
• Technical Architecture• Information Technology Security• Academic/Faculty Support