Broadband and telecom options, wireless, E-Rate and NBP turns 5
MCNC offers unique experience for Students@Work Week
In their words: Instructors describe CeCTO experience
Leaders gather for Emering Issues Forum 2015
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MCNC names Jean Davis president and CEO
Here is a roundup of broadband and telecommunications stories making headlines this week via The Broadband Report at WRAL TechWire. Read more
MCNC welcomed students from Brogden Middle School in Durham on Tuesday, March 3 in celebration of Students@Work Week all across North Carolina. Read more
Shannon Tufts and Maurice Ferrell at the UNC School of Government’s Center for Public Technology provide lead instruction for the Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer (CeCTO) program. Both sat down to discuss the success of CeCTO over the last five years in this exclusive conversation. Read more
Rural communities are craving relevant pathways to get involved. MCNC President and CEO Jean Davis emphasized this point while joining several state and national leaders on the topic of innovation this week at the 2015 Emerging Issues Forum in Raleigh.
How much do you know about MCNC? Discover MCNC is a new customer-focused interactive feature on our website that includes video and the latest update on The State of NCREN. Read more
MCNC announced that Jean Davis has been named president and CEO of the non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) at Community Day 2014. Read more
Who we are
MCNC is a technology non-profit that builds, owns, and operates a leading-edge broadband infrastructure for North Carolina’s research, education, non-profit healthcare, and other community institutions.
What we do
Leverage MCNC’s vast, open access broadband infrastructure to create unprecedented opportunity for North Carolinians where they live, access education, seek economic gain, participate in their governance and access healthcare.
Why we do it
MCNC’s purpose is to work with the existing and future connectors to our North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) to identify and meet broadband, network services and application needs that are not currently being met. MCNC meets these needs by partnering with best of breed service and application providers to develop, deploy and sustain solutions for NCREN connectors.
Notice of Public Meeting
MCNC Advisory Council
MCNC announces that on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 10 a.m. the MCNC Advisory Council is scheduled to hold a regular meeting at MCNC at 3021 E. Cornwallis Road, Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27709 in Building 3, Seminar Rooms A&B.
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