Use Cases

SINET has been utilized as academic information infrastructure essential for scientific research and education in a broad array of areas in Japan.
iSCSI Multiple Connection Functionality

Use of SINET3 L1 On-demand Service to Evaluate iSCSI-APT Performance

The Information Sharing Platform Laboratory in the Department of Information Networking, Osaka University Grad

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The World's Main VLBI Stations

International Sharing of Extra-Large Volumes of Data from VLBI Observations

The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI, an organization under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure

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e-knowledge Consortium Shikoku

Developing the Human Resources to Build a Better Shikoku Based on the Collective Results of the ”Knowledge of Shikoku” Project

Kagawa University has set up the e-Knowledge Consortium Shikoku with seven other universities in Shikoku. The

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Hands-on system for remote drill operation

Remote Control System with Haptic Feedback

Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT) is involved in a project to build and run operational experiments of

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Optically Connected VLBI Observation Using SINET3 L1 On-demand Service

In the National Astronomical Observatory (NAOJ) of the National Institutes of Natural Sciences, the Optical Fi

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High definition relay system 1

Use of HD Interactive Remote Lectures and IPv6 for Training in the Healthcare Information Field

The Yokohama National University Information Technology Service Center (ITSC), as one of the joint projects wi

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Real-time ground motion monitor

Building and Operation of the Japan Data Exchange Network (JDXnet) for Earthquake Observation Data

JDXnet, the Japan Data Exchange Network for earthquake observation data, is a joint project of the University

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Large Helical Device (LHD)

Nuclear Fusion Research for a Clean Future Energy

The National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) is building a network-based virtual laboratory system for nuc

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The Belle detector

The ”Belle Experiment”: A Major Contribution to Confirmation of the Theory of Kobayashi and Maskawa, Nobel Laureates in Physics

Dr. Makoto Kobayashi, professor emeritus of the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), and Dr. T

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First interactive remote learning between Tottori Univ. and Ehime Univ.

Interactive Remote Learning in Special Support Education

The Nagao Laboratory in the Ehime University Faculty of Education has been studying the possibilities for use

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