Fuente boletín CKLN
La RNIE del Caribe esta integrando un grupo de ingeniería en redes, con la finalidad de mantener el ritmo de las crecientes demandas a Caribenet I + E, C@ribinet. En CKLN, el Ing. Eriko es apoyado en esta tarea por el Ing. Juan Bailey y de reciente ingreso el Ing. Reiner Campillo.
Por su parte CUDI la RNIE de México ya con 15 años de experiencia y que desde hace 18 meses apoya eficientemente al NOC de C@ribet, incorporó al Ing. Luis Castro al equipo de ingenieros del NOC - CUDI integrado por Silvia Chávez, Jorge Ramírez y Daniel Aranda. Los servicios del NOC aseguran el apoyo a los usuarios y mantiene la estabilidad en las operaciones del servicio permitiendo cambios en el diseño, la escala y el alcance de los niveles de servicio.
The the CKLN is forming a substantial network engineering group (NEG). This is in order to keep pace with the increasing demands being made of the Caribbean R&E network, C@ribNET. At CKLN, Mr. Eriko Porto is supported by Mr. Juan Bailey and more recently, Mr. Reiner Campillo. The network operating centre (or NOC) services are provided by the Mexican R&E network, CUDI, who have also recently added to their staff.
Mr. Porto, CKLN's Technical Manager, has been working with CKLN since April 2010 and was head of the Network Engineering & Operations of C@ribNET. He continues to coordinate the implementation and development of the network and associated services. Before his engagement with CKLN, he worked for the Brazilian R&E network - RNP - as Network Engineering Manager, and during this period drove the design and implementation of the Latin American R&E Network - RedCLARA. He holds a Bachelors in Electronic Engineering, Master of Technology degree in Computer Networks, Master of Technology degree in Internet Technology and Network Management, and M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering.
Working with Eriko are Mr. Juan Bailey and most recently Mr. Reiner Campillo, CKLN Network Engineering Analysts. Both have experience in network engineering and will support the work of the CKLN's NEG as well as working with local engineers of the emerging national research and education networks, NRENs, in the Caribbean.
CUDI has 15 years experience and have been ably supporting C@ribNET's NOC for over 18 months. The engineers at CUDI are Jorge Ramirez, Daniel Aranda, Silvia Chavez and Luis Castro, the newest member of the CUDI team. NOC services are critical to the management of any R&E network, and ensures support to users and maintains stability in service operations and allows for changes in design, scale, and scope of service levels.
Speaking about the expansion of the NEG, Mr. Eriko Porto said, "it is very exciting to be building a great technical team, and establish an environment with highly motivated and highly skilled persons, whose work aligns with the goals and values of the organisation. We are working together to efficiently manage this huge IT infrastructure, which is essential to Caribbean development."
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