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|Formation||10 June 2003, incorporated in Montevideo, Uruguay|
CLARA, (Latin American Advanced Networks Cooperation in English), is an international organization whose aim is to connect Latin America's academic computer networks. It is Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas in Spanish and Cooperação Latino-Americana de Redes Avançadas in Portuguese.
Other networks RedCLARA is linked to are: WHREN / LILA, Western Hemisphere Research and Education Network Linking Latin America, connection to the United States (Internet2); and ALICE, America Latina Interconectada Con Europa, connection to Europe (GÉANT)
The following countries and respective NRENs are currently[when?] part of RedCLARA: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela.
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