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CINC Presents Community & Legislator Updates – 12/8/16

CINC leaders presented a community leader and legislator update at the Chippewa Valley Technical College on December 8, 2016.  Sen. Moulton and Sen. Harsdorf and other city and county elected officials attended. The briefing included updates on two PSC broadband … Continue reading

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Presentation of WI PSC Broadband Grant by Lt. Gov Kleefisch

CINC Lt. Gov. Grant Award  

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Saving Lives and Reducing Costs with a Telehealth Network

The attached case study highlights CINC in the development of a regional telehealth network in the Chippewa Valley. CINC Telehealth Network Case Study

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Press Release: Japanese Researchers Visit Best Practice Broadband Network

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram (editorial) 4/3/2013 p. 6A. On March 25, CINC hosted two researchers from Japan, Mr. Yasuichi Kitamura and Dr. Hiroshi Mizushima for a briefing on, “Strengthening a Health Care Community with Collaborative Advanced Broadband Networks in the Chippewa … Continue reading

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CINC Presents Annual Strategy Briefing

On March 14, 2013, CINC presented its annual Strategy Briefing and Update for Executive Leaders hosted in the Eau Claire County Board chambers. The presentation and discussion was led by Ross, Wilson, Daren Bauer, Jill Hietpas and John LeBrun and … Continue reading

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CINC Hosts Asia-Pacific Advanced Network Reps

On March 25, 2013, CINC and WiscNet hosted two researchers from Japan, Mr. Yasuichi Kitamura and Dr. Hiroshi Mizushima for a briefing on, “Strengthening a Health Care Community with Collaborative Advanced Broadband Networks in the Chippewa Valley,” hosted by Sacred … Continue reading

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CINC Cost Savings Highlighted in City of Eau Claire State of the City Address

“Information Architecture [is] another way the City safeguards a public system is through its oversight of a large information architecture  that brings essential information to public sector and private citizens.  The CINC (Chippewa Valley Internetworking Consortium) network was established in … Continue reading

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