Internet2, in conjunction with Juniper Networks, Ciena and Brocade, are giving you the opportunity to walk away with up to $10,000 for a winning networking idea though the new 2013 Internet2 Innovative Application Awards.
A high-profile startup backed by Intel, Goldman Sachs and several high-profile venture capitalists has scored a big victory in the hunt for talent to lead product development for software defined networking, or SDN. And Cisco is the big loser.
Wake Forest non-profit leverages the local engineering talent pool to push the boundaries of wireless technologies for North Carolina and the world.
The North Carolina Research and Education Network, which is operated by MCNC, will soon be a deeper, more reliable network through a new contract being announced today. We've got the details.
Through a new initiative announced last week with Internet2, the Smithsonian now will be able to share historical and cultural collections, access remote instruments, and promote interactivity with its treasures all over the world.
High-speed connectivity and new data center capabilities at the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute near Asheville are allowing people all over the world to access some the best scientific instruments available today for research and education in one of the most remote locations found in North Carolina.
The City of Wilson's Greenlight broadband service plans to offer gigabit Internet service no later than July. Thus the city moves into the ranks of areas such as Kansas City, which is deploying the much publicized Google Fiber.
Google Inc. said it will bring its Google Fiber broadband Internet service to Provo, Utah, the third U.S. city slated for the program, as the company steps up plans to expand speedy online access to consumers.
Big Blue is investing $1 billion to expand research and development efforts into Flash, or solid state drives, but its new data center in RTP is not on the investment list.
The first 'STEM Report Card" for North Carolina examines the state of science, technology, engineering and math education, notes the increasing number of future jobs that will require STEM-related education, and calls for steps to be taken to correct "several deficiencies."
AT&T says it will build a network to rival Google's in Austin, Texas - and it wants the same cooperation from governments. Time Warner Cable has made a bid for the North Carolina Next Generation Network. Isn't competition wonderful? This is good news for consumers and businesses.
Tech savvy Austin will be Google Fiber's second market but Google did not say how much Austin customers will pay for the super-fast service.
Analysis: Mark Johnson, chief technology officer at MCNC which operates the statewide North Carolina Research and Education Network, believes SDN will enable smarter networks for "cloud" computing and data management.