The Chippewa Valley Internetworking Consortium (CINC) is a regional Community Area Network (CAN) formed in 1999 that is committed to “Broadband Serving the Public Interest.” CINC became an Unincorporated Association in 2011 and coordinates regional communication infrastructure projects with city, county and state government, educational institutions, libraries, hospitals, health care, nonprofits, and technology providers to facilitate network creation that is innovative, competitive, and sustainable. Through a coordinated regional communication infrastructure, CINC helps the Chippewa Valley be innovative, competitive, and economically viable for present and future generations.
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Eau Claire, Wisconsin—On February 13, the Chippewa Valley Inter-Networking Consortium (CINC) presented its 2012 “Broadband Advocate & Champion” award to Wisconsin Sen. Terry Moulton (State Senate District 23) for leadership in saving the two federal broadband grants totaling $32 million … Continue reading
Celebrating an Innovative Public-Private Broadband Network Model in western Wisconsin Open to the Public: Monday, February 13, 2012 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm Sacred Heart Hospital, 900 W. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire, WI 2:00-2:20 Thanks and Updates Presentation of CINC … Continue reading
Chippewa Inter-Networking Consortium (CINC) Forms as a Non-profit Unincorporated Association L-R: Tom Lange, Jill Hietpas, Gus Falkenburg, Ross Wilson, Bob Scidmore, Jim Coppage, Daren Bauer, Tom Stevens (hidden),Todd Munden, Chip Eckardt, Kevin Groskreutz, Doug Wahl, Connie, Jon LeBrun, David Mortimer, … Continue reading