Welcome to Restena

Customised network and security services for Luxembourg's actors in the research and education, health, culture and national administration sectors for the management of the .lu domain name registration infrastructure.  

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Security vulnerabilities on Microsoft Exchange servers

Security vulnerabilities have been identified by Microsoft on on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers making it essential for all institutions using this type of product to install security updates.

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Extended range of cloud suppliers and opportunities

New cloud-based digital service providers provide cloud services for the European and therefore Luxembourg research and education community. No less than 13 platforms, with services broadened ...

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Protecting data and privacy: a major challenge

With the 4th edition of Data Privacy Day, the Restena Foundation and the University of Luxembourg have further made Luxembourg's economic actors aware of data protection, underlining the 40th ...

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Get to know us

The Restena Foundation helps to bring together telecommunication infrastructure for research and education. We provide interconnection, network and security services for a nationwide user community in the sectors of education and research, as well as culture, health and administration.

We also co-ordinate internet resources at the national level. We manage the .lu domain name registration infrastructure and most of the technical operations of the LU-CIX internet traffic exchange platform.

Projects

Domain names in 1 and 2 characters

Registering a domain name with one or two characters becomes possible.

Projects

LU-CIX backbone management

Technical management of the national internet traffic exchange node.

Projects

GÉANT (GN4-3)

Ensuring effective, relevant, high-value, and competitive research and innovation activity throughout Europe.

Projects

Registry Lock

Locking and authenticating your domain name.

Events

05.03 Participation

65th CENTR General Assembly/2021 Annual General Meeting

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21-25.06 Participation