- Internet2 - LEARN is the connector to the Internet2 advanced networking network. Internet2
is a not-for-profit advanced networking consortium comprising more than 200 U.S. universities
in cooperation with 70 leading corporations, 45 government agencies, laboratories
and other institutions of higher learning, as well as, over 50 international partner
- THEnet - The University of Texas System's, Office of Telecommunication Services, manages
the Texas Higher Education Network (THEnet) as a subscriber organization that provides
Internet access to education, research and health care institutions in Texas.
- The Northeast Texas Consortium of Colleges and Universities (NETnet) is the collaborative effort of 15 higher education institutions in rural northeast
Texas. The Consortium is based at The University of Texas Health Science Center at
Tyler. As a participant in LEARN, the Consortium will act as a network hub for the
region, distributing connectivity via NETnet to each of its college or university
- The Southeast Texas GigaPOP in the Houston area, provides networking infrastructure to support the academic and
research mission of the connecting institutions. The network also acts as an aggregation
point for members to connect to Internet2.
- The State of Texas, through its Department of Information Resources (DIR), provides a variety of services to state-supported institutions. As part of the formal
agreement with the State, LEARN may provide new or make available existing capacities
to DIR at such rates as may be mutually agreed. DIR may gain access to LEARN's infrastructure
for the purpose of providing services, where appropriate and cost-effective, for its
statutorily designated constituency.
- Texas Education Telecommunications Network (TETN) is a private video/data network among the 20 Texas Education Service Centers (ESC)
and the Texas Education Agency (TEA).TETN provides a centralized video network to
its 21 members and also serves as the primary path for school district video traffic
moving between the ESC regional networks.