PREGINET provides an array of services to its partners. These services are made to fulfill PREGINET’s role in the R&D arena by allowing its partners to access local and foreign content, enabling real-time interaction, and facilitating formation of user communities. To avail of these services, visit the Connect to PREGINET page. For inquiries about these services, please go to the Contact Us Form.
By becoming a part of the PREGINET network you will have:
10/155 Mbps connections to the commodity internet;
155 Mbps connection to international research and education networks; and
Faster access to large amount of data and databases through PREGINET’s strong partnership with major telecommunication providers in the country.
IPv6 is a network layer protocol for packet-switched internetworks. Because of the foreseeable exhaustion of the IPv4, IPv6 is created to be its successor.
Multicast is the simultaneous delivery of information to a group of destinations using the most efficient strategy to deliver the message over each link of the network, creating copies only when the links to the destinations split.
Philippine Open Internet Exchange
PhOpenIX is the Exchange in the Philippine Internet industry operated by a neutral institution that allows that exchanges of Internet traffic in a free-market environment among local internet and data service providers.
Server colocation at PREGINET facilities is offered to its partners.
Video streaming, sometimes called video-on-demand, is one of PREGINET’s ways to broadcast events and lectures to its partners online. The PREGINET Team transfers to its partners the knowledge on the technology if its partners are already capable of setting up their own streaming events.
Videoconferencing is a communication technology that allows interaction via simultaneous video and audio transmissions. It has been advocated by PREGINET because of its cost-efficiency and at the same time, achieving the same results as with a face-to-face meeting.
Over the years, the emergence of information and communications technology has greatly affected the lives of people in the world crossing borders among countries and bringing access closer to one another. In the same token, the birth of Microelectronics has resulted to progress in the development of smaller, lighter and more efficient electronic devices.
This development has a striking resemblance to the birth of one of the research and development institutes of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) – the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI). It was in 1987 when President Corazon C. Aquino renamed the then National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) to Department of Science and Technology (DOST). As an offshoot of such sequential events, the DOST-ASTI was created as a research and development institute of the Department by virtue of Executive Order No. 128.
Address: DOST- ASTI Building, U.P. Technology Park Complex, Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Philippines
Contact Number: 927 2541