RedCLARA (Cooperación Latino Americana de Redes Avanzadas or Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks) is an international non-profit organisation aimed at promoting the development of Latin American scientific-academic collaboration. Its mission is to strengthen the development of science, education, culture and innovation in Latin America through the innovative use of advanced networks. It is constituted of 13 Latin American countries that meets every six months to define courses of action and the policies to be implemented.
RedCLARA is also the only regional Advanced Internet network in Latin America. With its high-speed network, RedCLARA enables researchers, scientists and academics across the region to collaborate with their peers worldwide, develop research and projects, conduct tests and much more.