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When Param Bedi, vice president for library and information technology, came to Bucknell University from Philadelphia in 2008, he was dismayed to learn that he had access to greater internet bandwidth at his home in suburban Philly than he did at his new offices in Bucknell. Six years later, Bucknell’s internet speeds ranked 14th among …

Community College of Beaver County

To help reach the goal of ensuring students, faculty, and administrators have the necessary connectivity to support learning, the Community College of Beaver County became KINBER’s first customer to receive commodity internet services in October 2012. “Our affiliation with KINBER will help us achieve that goal and assist us in expanding the use of technology …

Troy Area School District is First District to Connect to PennREN at 10 Gbps

In an effort to meet its growing educational and technology needs, Troy Area School District worked with the Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research (KINBER) to become the first district in Pennsylvania to connect to PennREN, the high performance Pennsylvania Research and Education Network, at 10 Gbps, providing the district’s required network speed …

Geisinger First Health System Connected

Geisinger Health System is First Health Organization in PA Connected to PennREN Geisinger Health System was the first health care organization to be connected to PennREN, the Pennsylvania Research and Education Network, a public network exchange built and managed by the Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research (KINBER) to provide broadband connectivity, foster …

Villanova 2016 NCAA Network Assist

Nothing But Net(work) After steadfastly following the multi-game mayhem of the men’s tournament, millions of college basketball fans were fixated on their screens watching the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Finals. The second-seeded Villanova Wildcats had a six-point lead with less than two minutes on the clock and watched it evaporate when top-seeded North Carolina’s Marcus …

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