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The University of Pittsburgh is proactively positioning its network as a critical enabler of its institutional mission. Membership in Internet2 is one of the ways in which the University of Pittsburgh is influencing and participating in the future of the Internet.

The University of Pittsburgh's network, PittNet, provides service to 32,000 undergraduate and graduate students and over 9,000 faculty and staff. On the Pittsburgh campus over 70 buildings are connected across 132 acres. PittNet provides access through over 22,000 Ethernet and serial ports and 800 modems. Also on campus is the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, one of the nation's largest and most highly respected centers in the U.S. The center includes the University of Pittsburgh's six schools of the health sciences, five hospitals, and numerous institutes and clinics.

- Maurice L. Gordon, Director, Systems & Networks


If you have any comments or general questions about Internet2 at the University of Pittsburgh,
please address them to:
George Mallick Maurice Gordon
mallickg+@pitt.edu mgordon+@pitt.edu
Data Networking Manager Director, Network Services
University of Pittsburgh Network Services
by Mike Contento