Moving research data faster
Data-intensive science data transfer applications have unique network requirements that increasingly can’t be met by networks that are optimized for normal business operations like web browsing and business systems.
Science DMZ architecture (developed by ESnet, the US Energy Science Network) offers a solution by separating the data-intensive research traffic from day-to-day operational traffic and using data transfer tools to make best use of the network capacity available.
AARNet's Science DMZ Managed Service provides our customers with an end-to-end solution. AARNet engineers manage the design, procurement, deployment and ongoing operation of this service for you.
The Science DMZ Managed Service is one of several specialised solutions now offered by AARNet for maximising data throughput and ensuring cost-efficient usage of campus infrastructure.
Other solutions include:
Private optical fibre and Ethernet circuits of up to 100Gbps are available to meet the needs of researchers transferring large data volumes consistently between two locations, such as a scientific instrument and compute facility, in Australia.
The AARNet Research Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides dedicated 100 Gigabit per second (Gbps) capacity with international reach, accessible to a small community of organisations involved in data-intensive research.
Our engineers will consult with you to determine which technical solution is right for meeting your organisation's unique needs.
For more information or help with data transfer issues, please contact us.
Download the AARNet Science DMZ Service Flyer: