Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association

The Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association GRENA was founded in 1999 for the development of Information Technologies (IT) in education and research field. The founders of association GRENA are five universities, Georgian National Academy of Sciences and Open Society Georgia Foundation.
The main fields of GRENA activities are following:
  1. Providing Information Technology services to users and implementation of new, innovative services.
  2. IT education.
  3. Preparation and implementation of research and technology projects.
  4. Providing software products and cyber security solutions to customers.
  5. Promoting and supporting IT development in Georgia.
Implementation of new services and development of projects in Information Technologies is being carried out in close cooperation with universities with the support of European Commission, NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme, Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, Open Society Georgia Foundation, International Science & Technology Center and other organizations.
GRENA provides IT services using its own infrastructure and different technologies to more than 200 organizations in Georgia. GRENA owns fiber-optic based network infrastructure connecting Georgian research and education institutions. GRENA is running data center with following services cloud, virtualization, hosting, e-learning, etc.

Provided resources

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GCoud.ge

GCould is based on OpenStack deployed at the Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association GRENA.

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Abbreviation

GRENA

Location

Chovelidze str. 4a, 0108 Tbilisi, Georgia (GE)

Website

https://www.grena.ge/eng

Legal status

Association

Domain

Engineering & Technology

Subdomain

Electrical, Electronic & Information Engineering

Tags

Information Technologies network cloud infrastructure

Contact

Ramaz Kvatadze, CEO
email: ramaz@grena.ge
phone: 995599562869

The NI4OS-Europe project is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 European research infrastructures grant agreement no. 857645.