During the week of SC, SCinet becomes the most powerful and advanced network on Earth, connecting the SC community to the world. Every year, industry, academia, and government experts volunteer to design, build, and administer the cutting-edge SCinet infrastructure.
SCinet not only provides internet connectivity for conference attendees, it pushes the boundaries of networking technologies and innovations through workshops, demos, and collaborative opportunities.
SCinet ChairAngie Asmus, Colorado State University
SCinet Vice ChairLance Hutchinson, Sandia National Laboratories
Hundreds of volunteers and contributors make SCinet possible. Learn all about SCinet below.
Designed and created each year for the conference, SCinet is a global collaboration of high-performance networking experts who provide a platform that connects attendees and exhibitors to the world. It’s no small task.
SCinet TechnologyLearn about the cutting-edge technology built into SCinet.
SCinet TeamsMeet the teams operating behind the scenes.
SCinet HistoryA chronological look at milestones dating from 1988.
SCinet Contributors & VolunteersIn recognition of the numerous companies and volunteer organizations who contributed to SCinet’s success.
(Available Fall 2024)
Use the SCinet network to perform research, experiments, and demos. And discover resources available to exhibitors, including the use policy and how to make a network request.
INDIS WorkshopEngineers and researchers innovating networks for data-intensive science.
Network Research ExhibitionDemos and experiments that display emerging network innovation.
(Available Winter 2024)
SCinet for ExhibitorsMake a network request for your exhibit booth and learn about the network use policy.
(Available Spring 2024)
SCinet happens thanks to individual volunteers giving their time, as well as HPC-related companies or institutions contributing materials and services.
Participate in SCinetSCinet can’t be run without volunteers and contributors. Learn how your efforts or generosity can make a difference.
Women in IT Networking at SCSeeking qualified female U.S. candidates to join the SCinet volunteer workforce. Learn how to apply for WINS.
Contact the SCinet committee if you have any questions about the high-capacity network or how to participate. or contribute. We’d be happy to help.
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