MCNC works with Orange County Schools for Teachers@Work Program
Save the Date for Community Day 2015
Welcome new CeCTOs!
The 2015 Quilt Circle
MCNC names Jean Davis president and CEO
MCNC is pleased to welcome Business and Information Technology teacher Kentellia Wingate of Orange High School this week for the 2015 Teachers@Work program. Read more
Mark your calendars and help "Create the Future" at NCREN Community Day 2015 on Nov. 12-13 at Wake Forest University.
MCNC, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, and UNC School of Government’s Center for Public Technology are pleased to congratulate the 2015 Class of the Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer (CeCTO) program.
This year's edition is filled with a record number of articles gathered from across The Quilt membership highlighting the amazing and diverse work these organizations are doing. MCNC contributed to this year’s publication. 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.