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DC-Net connects the convention center and four other venues with a 1 gigabit fiber link and deploys wireless hotspots in Chinatown and Penn Quarter.
DC-CAN provides direct Internet connections for community anchor institutions located predominantly in Wards 5, 7, and 8. The network will serve approximately 250 anchor institutions and create points of interconnection for last mile service providers.
DC-Net provides Wi-Fi coverage for the first-ever national event.
DC-Net connects DDOT and other District government agencies at 55 M Street, SE. New building near Navy Yard Metro gets state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure
DC-Net upgraded IT infrastructure at 21 DC public schools as part of a massive summer modernization effort for the 2012-13 school year.
DC-Net provides telecom services to agencies relocating to new Southwest Waterfront offices.
Among its many accomplishments in FY 2010, DC-Net expanded citywide fiber and wireless access, met District government needs for services, introduced unified communications services, and won a $17.4 million federal broadband infrastructure grant.
DC-Net has deployed 44 new public Wi-Fi hotspots at community anchor locations as part of the DC-CAN initiative.
As part of the District's 2009 Summer Internship Program, DC-Net brought on nine interns with an interest in technology to help DC-Net complete major upgrades to eight District schools before the start of the 2009-2010 school year.
DC-Net’s state-of-the-art converged IP network provides 1 Gbps data connectivity and campus-wide, secure wireless access.
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