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|Description||The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) is a research e-infrastructure set up to deliver integrated and secure computing services to more than 22000 scientists across Europe. EGI is a federation of shared computing, storage and data resources from national and intergovernmental resource providers that delivers sustainable, integrated and secure distributed computing services to European researchers and their international partners. National Grid Initiatives are the EGI main stakeholders, together with CERN and EMBL. The NGIs are organisations set up by individual countries to manage the computing resources they provide to the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI). They represent the country's single point of contact for government, research communities and resource centres as regards ICT services for e-science. EGI is coodinated by EGI.eu, a non-profit organisation based in Amsterdam established to coordinate and manage the infrastructure (EGI) on behalf of its participants: National Grid Initiatives (NGIs) and European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs). EGI is a part of the digital European Research Area (ERA), allowing scientists to share information securely, analyse data efficiently and collaborate with colleagues worldwide – thus driving research and innovation to the next level.|
|Status||Operational since 2003|
|Scientific Domains||Environmental Sciences Biological and Medical Sciences Material Sciences and Analytical Facilities Physical Sciences and Engineering Social Sciences and Humanities e-Infrastructures Energy|
|RI Categorization||Software Service Facilities|
|Location||Science Park 140, Amsterdam, 1098 XG, Netherlands|