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Grow Food, Grow Jobs: How Broadband Can Boost Farming in California's Central Valley

High-speed broadband helps farmers and students in the Central Valley use cutting edge technology and develop innovative skills to improve agricultural production and create jobs.

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Sacramento Library Offers Gaming, Virtual Reality Programs Thanks to Greater Broadband Capacity

California libraries enjoy much greater bandwidth since connecting to CENIC’s CalREN backbone, and are now embracing and encouraging active access and content creation by its patrons, and developing new online routes of discovery, interaction, and learning. Read about sophisticated new ventures at the Sacramento Public Library.

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The Unfinished Internet: Vint Cerf on Expansion, Education, and Preservation

Internet co-founder Vint Cerf continues to advocate for Internet development, highlighting the need for broader expansion, better Internet education, and improved digital preservation.

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California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) and CENIC - In Pursuit of a Common Goal

CENIC and the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) share a common goal: to close the digital divide by accelerating the deployment and adoption of high-speed broadband.

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History of an R&E Network that Shaped California’s Future

CENIC operates CalREN, one of the world’s most powerful research and education networks. Twenty-some years ago, the CENIC we know today would have been difficult to imagine. Learn more about the history of the network created to link California’s higher education institutions.

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SFJAZZ Collaborates with K–12 Schools and Public Libraries Using CalREN

In honor of Black History Month, SFJAZZ Education’s School Day Concert program presented award-winning bassist and bandleader Marcus Shelby and his Quintet to over 800 students at 11 schools across the Bay Area.

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