IU unveils updated Regional Optical Network map
The Advanced Network Management Lab at Indiana University has unveiled a new version of its Regional Optical Network map. The map shows fiber-optic networks owned and/or run by state and regional educational and research organizations within the US. This information can be important to a variety of users, including network developers and governmental and private project planners.
Users of the map illustrates the extent of fiber-optic networks across the country with the aim of encouraging interconnectivity and collaborative efforts,aiding in planning, resource allocation and policy determination efforts on the local, state, regional and national levels.
The current version of the map can be downloaded as a PDF file here.
The Regional Optical Network map is released with a creative commons license.
If you have questions about the map, would like to add to or amend the information presented, would like a copy of the map in a different file format, or would like to use it in a publication or web site please see the contact page. Customized versions of the map can be arranged by contacting the ANML development team.