NC healthcare sees boost with NCTNA transition, award

The North Carolina Telehealth Network Association (NCTNA) assumed administrative responsibilities from the Cabarrus Health Alliance to oversee operations of the North Carolina Telehealth Network (NCTN) in 2019. Now as a certified non-profit, the FCC has recognized the association as a consortium leader to support public and non-profit healthcare providers in North Carolina. The Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband Coalition (SHLB) also recognized the NCTNA in October as a recipient of their first-ever Anchor Award.

MCNC connects libraries to support digital literacy

The Internet is an indispensable part of our daily work and life. However, access to this vast resource is sometimes taken for granted as not all individuals have consistent access to it. On the sixth day of the 12 Days of Broadband, we explore how MCNC is continuing to power broadband adoption, access, and use in public libraries all across North Carolina.

MCNC expands broadband in southeastern North Carolina

MCNC announced in August the expansion of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) in southeast North Carolina by connecting communities between Sanford and Farmville in Greene, Harnett, Johnston, and Wayne counties to infrastructure enabled by the Golden LEAF Foundation. The $1.3 million contribution from Golden LEAF supports MCNC’s ongoing mission to provide rural connectivity and accelerate high-speed broadband for agricultural partners and local communities.

MCNC celebrates 35 years of ‘magic’ on the North Carolina Research and Education Network

MCNC celebrated the 35th anniversary of the state's largest broadband network and recognized two technology leaders for their contributions to connectivity in North Carolina during NCREN Community Day 2019 this week at Durham Convention Center.