GÉANT Project partners

​The collaboration of the NREN partners has long been paramount to the continued success of the GÉANT Project.

   

The project partners work together to provide network connectivity and to collaborate on joint research activities, investing in the development and delivery of an advanced portfolio of services, tools and network capabilities to institutions, projects and researchers.

 

The GÉANT Project is a truly pan-European collaboration between 39 partners:

 

​Partner

Country and location​

​Logo

GÉANT
Li​​mited

GÉANT
Association

UK

         and

Netherlands

​ ​
ACOnet
www.aco.net​​​​
​Austria​
​UoB/AMRES
www.amres.ac.rs​
​Serbia
ARNES
www.arnes.si
​Slovenia
ASNET-AM

www.asnet.am

Armenia​
UIIP NASB -
BASNET

www.bas-net.by

Belarus
Belnet

www.belnet.be

Belgium
BREN

www.bren.bg

Bulgaria
CARNet

www.carnet.hr

Croatia
CESNET
www.ces.net​
​Czech Republic
CyNET

www.cynet.ac.cy​

Cyprus
DFN
www.dfn.de​
​Germany
FCT
www.fccn.pt​           
Portugal                     
GARR
www.garr.it​
​​Italy
GRNET
www.grnet.gr​
​Greece
HEAnet
www.heanet.ie​
​​Ireland

​HITSA

www.hitsa.ee

Estonia
IUCC
www.iucc.ac.il​
​Israel
IMCS-UL
www.lumii.lv​​
Latvia

JISC​

www.jisc.ac.uk

​UK
LITNET
www.litnet.lt​
​Lithuania
MARnet
dns.marnet.net.mk​
Macedonia
MREN
www.mren.ac.me​
Montenegro​
NIIFI
www.niif.hu​
​Hungary
NORDUnet
www.nordu.net​
​Nordic region (includes Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland)
PSNC
www.man.poznan.pl​
​​Poland
RedIRIS
www.rediris.es​
Spain
RENAM
www.renam.md​
​Moldova
​RENATER

www.renater.fr

France
RESTENA
www.restena.lu​
​Luxembourg
RoEduNet
www.nren.ro​
​Romania​
SANET
www.sanet.sk​           
​Slovakia
SURFnet
www.surfnet.nl​           
 Netherlands           
SWITCH
www.switch.ch​           
Switzerland            
ULAKBIM
www.ulakbim.gov.tr           
​Turkey            
University
of Malta

www.um.edu.mt​

Malta

​URAN
www.uran.net.ua

Ukraine

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​​​The GÉANT Proj​​ect

The project is co-funded by Europe's NRENs a​nd the EU. 

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As part of the GÉANT 2020 Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA), the project receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 691567 (GN4-1).​​​​​