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Joint Academic Network


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  • proper n. A British, private, government-funded computer network dedicated to education and research. Abbreviation: JANET.


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  • My initial thought was that it was crappy cable connection to blame so I did some checking against a number of other ISPs (BT, Plusnet, Tiscali and the Joint Academic Network (which manages the zone)) and got nothing.

    Department of Transport falls off the Internet?

  • However, said Mr Bainton, dubbing them subscribers did not solve all problems because the UK's higher education institutions got their net access from one source - the Joint Academic Network (Janet).

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The UK's Joint Academic Network is close to implementing a datacentre consolidation strategy in a bid to cut costs, says Tom Young

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