Syzefxis

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Syzefxis (σύζευξις in Greek, meaning coupling) or "National Public Administration Network", is a project of the Greek Ministry of the Interior, Public Administration and Decentralization, aiming at the evolvement of the voice, video and data infrastructure of the Public Sector in Greece. The project was about installing and maintaining a stable and fast computer network based on the IP Protocol for the public sector organizations, ministries, municipalities, hospitals, social security foundations, schools and many other, counting in total about two thousand nodes.

The network provides:

The network's architecture is based on the hub-and-spoke design.[1] The network was divided in six administrative areas, called "islets".[2] These are:

The implementation of the project was divided in nine subprojects, seven of which are telecommunication projects. The other two are more information technology-oriented. The subprojects are:[3]

  • Subproject 1, the installation and interconnection of islet 1 users,
  • Subproject 2, the installation and interconnection of islet 2 users,
  • Subproject 3, the installation and interconnection of islet 3 users,
  • Subproject 4, the installation and interconnection of islet 4 users,
  • Subproject 5, the installation and interconnection of islet 5 users,
  • Subproject 6, the installation and interconnection of islet 6 users,
  • Subproject 7, the installation and configuration of the backbone network,
  • Subproject 8, the training management,
  • Subproject 9, the public key infrastructure.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ For a description of the network architecture, visit the official website (in Greek)
  2. ^ For more information visit the islet description page on the project's website
  3. ^ Thorough description of the project in the regulatory authority's website

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