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2012

Second STM-1 was added by Canar Telecom
2011

SudREN signed an agreement with Sudatel for its first STM-1
2010

SUIN Becomes the Sudanese Research and Education Network (SudREN); it obtained its own AS number in IP addresses resources from AFRINIC and appointed a board of members and directors.
2009

35 Vice-chancellor gathered and signed a MoU to establish the Association of Sudanese Universities (ASU) and adopt SUIN
2008

SudREN moves from Frame Relay technology towards Optical Fiber connectivity under the fund and support of the National Telecommunication Committee (NTC)
2007

SUIN joined the UbuntuNet Alliance and two committee were formed: the Library Committee and the ICT Committee
2006

SUVL was created with local library catalogue and access to international e-resources
2005

SUIN network infrastructure covers 30 public universities via frame relay with a total capacity of 4Mbps
2004

The proposal for the Sudanese Universities Information Network (SUIN) / Sudanese Universiies Virtual Library (SUVL) was submitted to the Ministry of Higher Education
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