NCREN

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NCRENNorth Carolina Research and Education Network
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NCREN Community Day provides a valuable opportunity to engage with influential North Carolina community leaders and network with constituents and peers from around the country.
In addition to all public school districts in North Carolina, the NCREN user-community now includes: 17 institutions of the UNC System and General Administration; 19 North Carolina Charter Schools, 27 of the 36 North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities; 58 North Carolina Community Colleges; research institutions and foundations; and, along with the N.
For three decades NCREN has provided the broadband infrastructure to connect North Carolina citizens to the path of success.
NCREN provides high-speed Internet, video, audio and data network services for North Carolina public universities, Duke University, Wake Forest University, other private universities and community colleges, state government and non-profit institutions.
Each year, MCNC recognizes and celebrates the progress and achievements from the NCREN community with this event.
For 30 years, North Carolina has set the pace for national research and education networking by leveraging NCREN, which provides true high-performance broadband connectivity for community institutions in K-20 public and private education, non-profit health care, public safety and many federal, state and private research institutions.
Having NCREN built into our NC-1 facility is a core differentiator for Sentinel in serving our and MCNC's mutual constituents.
This year in particular is significant for MCNC as the organization celebrates the completion of the Golden LEAF Rural Broadband Initiative, which over the past three years has expanded NCREN to cover more than 2,600 linear miles spanning the entire state.
22, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MCNC, the non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN), today announced that more than 250 educators, researchers, government officials, and business leaders from all over the state gathered to discuss the future of high-speed internet, networking, and the applications broadband enables during NCREN Community Day 2013 held at the James B.
For a more than a quarter century, NCREN provides advanced Intranet and Internet connectivity to a constantly expanding number of Community Anchor Institutions throughout North Carolina.
By establishing a mirror site in North Carolina, our researchers and educators will enjoy improved access to ExPASy's resources because of the outstanding networking services provided by NCREN to higher-education's faculty and students.
16, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MCNC, the private, not-for-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN), today announced that more than 200 educators, researchers, government officials, and business leaders from all over North Carolina gathered at Elon University on Thursday and Friday to "think big" about the future of high-speed Internet, networking, and the applications broadband enables during NCREN Community Day 2012.