Please note: THIS MEETING IS NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC; IT IS FOR COMMUNITY ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS ONLY
Representatives of organizations and businesses known as a *Community Anchor Institutions (CAI) are reminded of a critical viNGN Broadband Business & Technology Meeting, set for Monday, October 7, 2013 @ 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the University of the Virgin Islands Great Hall on the St. Croix campus and at the Administration & Conference Center, 1st Floor Conference Room on the St. Thomas campus (linked via video conference).
*Community Anchor Institutions are classified by the Federal Government as being schools, libraries, medical & health care providers, colleges, community support organizations, and government agencies.
View the full invitation to this viNGN Broadband Business & Technology Meeting on our web site.
(Official Government House release)
viNGN NETWORK READY TO BEGIN SERVICE TO COMMUNITY ANCHOR INSTITUTIONS AND PUBLIC COMPUTER CENTERS
ACCESS TO TERRITORY’S HIGH SPEED BROADBAND NETWORK TO BE MADE AVAILABLE SOON TO LOCAL INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS
ST. THOMAS, August 29, 2013 — Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. and the Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) Board announced Wednesday that viNGN has connected its first Community Anchor Institution (CAI) and Public Computer Center (PCC) served from its High Speed Frederiksted Fiber Access Point (FAP).
At a Board of Directors meeting, Lawrence J. Kupfer, President and CEO of Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN), updated board members that the Community Anchor Institution and Public Computer Center that had been connected is the Athalie McFarlane Petersen Public Library, and the library’s internet service provider should complete its connection to the viNGN network later this week. Continue reading