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SEEREN project (South Eastern European Research & Education Networking) was approved by the European Commission in the framework of Information Society Technologies (IST) program. Goal of the SEEREN project was to improve Internet services and infrastructure of national scientific research and education networks (NREN) of the southeast European countries, in order to reduce the "technological gap" between the countries of Southeast Europe and the rest of the continent. Besides promoting cooperation between scientific research and academic communities of the Member States of the European Union with the countries of Southeast Europe, this project has set the platform for the promotion and development of next-generation Internet technologies in SEE countries, i.e. the countries that are on the path of integration into the European Union.

The project brought together academic networks of Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Albania, as well as TERENA and DANTE organizations.

Academic Network of Serbia had established a connectivity to European academic network GÉANT and significantly improved its Internet capacity (from 6 Mbps to 34 Mbps).

Period of the project: 2002. - 2004.

More information about the project can be found here.