Front Range GigaPop wins MCNC Super Sunday Challenge
MCNC hosts InCommon Shibboleth Training in RTP
COPLAC receives major grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
UNC campus network marks 20 years
We didn't win the MCNC Super Sunday Challenge against Front Range GigaPop. But, being the good sports we are here is MCNC President & CEO Jean Davis and CTO Mark Johnson doing a little dabbing for their end zone dances to keep our end of the bargain. View Video
MCNC was the host site for the InCommon Shibboleth Workshop held on February 4-5, 2016. The three trainers shared knowledge with an audience of 34 participants. Left to right in the picture: Paul Riddle (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Paul Caskey (Internet2), Phil Misenheimer (MCNC), Steve Thorpe (MCNC), Dave Langenberg (University of Chicago), and Dan Goodwin (MCNC)
COPLAC receives a major grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support Digital Liberal Arts. "The video infrastructure and staff support provided by the NCREN video network were, and remain, a key reason why COPLAC's Digital Liberal Arts programs continue to grow in number and receive national and international acclaim," according to Greg Dillingham, UNCA, Mgr. Distance Learning Svcs. Read more
UNC-Chapel Hill’s network has reached the 20-year milestone. Jim Gogan, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Communication Technologies at Information Technology Services, recalls that the entire campus was “dug up for several years” while fiber was being installed. Fiber construction began in 1995. The first Carolina buildings went live on fiber in January 1996. Read more
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