BdREN will eventually be operated by a Non-profit Trust organization with a board of trustees consisting of representatives from the universities/user communities, UGC,
MoE and other members co-opted for their expertise and position in relevant organizations.
BdREN is connected to several international research communities in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America, via the Trans-Eurasia Information Network 3 (TEIN3) and Internet2.
The connectivity coverage includes Malaysia, China, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, Europe and the United States. Researchers connected
to BdREN are able to communicate and collaborate with their counterparts overseas over the virtual work space at improved network performance and lower network latency.