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On the third day of the 12 Days of Broadband, MCNC Chief Technology Officer Mark Johnson discusses Internet speeds and availability in Europe as compared to when he is at home in North Carolina after traveling abroad over the summer.
On the second day of the 12 Days of Broadband, MCNC highlights some of the critical steps North Carolina made this year to find better and more effective federated identity management (FIM) solutions for education institutions throughout the state.
On the first day of the 12 Days of Broadband, MCNC takes a look back to the summer when President Barack Obama announced the ConnectED initiative at Mooresville Middle School, sparking conversations about high-speed broadband connectivity all over the country.
The NC Chamber Foundation has launched a software tool designed to help track North Carolina's progress meeting economic benchmarks. Read more about how the dashboard software works.
Now in its third year, the 12 Days of Broadband begins this week highlighting a dozen innovations in 2013 directly impacted by the expanding reach of high-speed connectivity in North Carolina.
High school student Brooke Johnson takes classes near her home in Jacksonville and at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham. Read how the statewide NCREN network allows her to do that.
Companies making expansion plans look beyond the telecom infrastructure of the present. They're more interested in what that picture will look like in 25 years. Read why dark fiber is crucial to future rural economic development
The technology non-profit in Research Triangle Park will host their annual event on Thursday and Friday at NC State University. This year's theme is "The Connected State."
The Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer (CeCTO) program finished its fourth cohort and welcomed 20 new CeCTOs and 11 Leaders of the 21st Century last week in Chapel Hill.
NASA recently made history when it used a laser beam to transmit data across the 239,000 miles from the moon to earth at a record download rate of 622 Mbps.
Frank Drendel, founder and chairman of CommScope, and N.C. Representative Jason Saine will receive two of the top three individual awards from the North Carolina Technology Association at its annual 21 Awards program next month.
The ratings of North Carolina hospitals this week by Raleigh-based Axial Exchange rank Rex Healthcare in Raleigh highest on its index. Why are they important? Axial's system includes patient satisfaction, and since hospitals now are reimbursed in part based on customer satisfaction you can bet your thermometer that hospitals monitor these reports. Rex Healthcare talks with WRALTechWire about the ratings and how it is using technology. But based on the Axial score, Rex and North Carolina has some catching up to do based on Axial scores from other states.
Three organizations based in the Triangle are putting on an event Thursday designed to match companies looking to fill job openings and people looking for work or a career move.
Some job listings for specific categories of high-tech employment, such as hardware engineering, increased in September from the previous month. But overall openings declined for the third consecutive month and are well under the total openings a year earlier.
Eight states have been selected to pilot new online tools to help higher education, community colleges, and K-12 school districts find effective federated identity management (FIM) solutions.
The non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) will host its annual NCREN Community Day celebration at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library and the Institute for Emerging Issues on the campus of NC State University on Nov. 21-22.
From before the event even began until the final wrap, the CED's Tech Venture conference received in-depth coverage - far more than WRALtechWire has ever before been able to dedicate to one such event.
CED's Tech Venture Conference featured many business software companies but this year, a handful of companies pitched software focused on food. Read more about what they're bringing to the table.
Lower taxes and education reform will be part of the changes that keep North Carolina competitive in years to come, Gov. Pat McCrory told an audience of about 600 people during his closing keynote speech at CED's Tech Venture Conference in Raleigh.