The 12 Days of Broadband return in December
UNC campus network marks 20 years
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MCNC helps ‘Create The Future’ in North Carolina
Now in its fifth year, the 12 Days of Broadband will begin Dec. 3 highlighting a dozen innovations and stories directly impacted by the expanding reach of high-speed connectivity this year in North Carolina and throughout the country. 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
Would you enjoy training on Shibboleth installation and support, to facilitate your institution's use of SSO and Federated login technology? Please consider attending InCommon's Shibboleth Workshop. Read more
MCNC held NCREN Community Day 2015 at Wake Forest University Nov. 12-13. This year theme was Create the Future. The event recognized several technology leaders for their contributions to broadband connectivity throughout the state. 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 works 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 partners with best of breed service and application providers to develop, deploy and sustain solutions for NCREN connectors.