UNH's InterOperability Lab to Host Open House on Sept. 16 to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

UNH's InterOperability Lab to Host Open House on Sept. 16 to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

Sep 12, 2013

UNH’s InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) celebrates 25 years as a premier independent test site for new technologies and a unique training ground for future engineers with an open house Monday, Sept. 16. from 2 – 6 p.m. at the UNH-IOL’s facility on Technology Drive in Durham.

The celebration is open to all and will feature interactive demonstrations, tours, remarks, and networking with industry leaders, UNH-IOL alumni, and current students.

Dave Kjendal, senior vice president of engineering at Enterasys Networks, is the keynote speaker. President Mark W. Huddleston; Joe McEachern, CEO and founder at QA Café; Amy Davies, a UNH computer science student and IOL employee; and Erica Johnson, UNH-IOL director, will offer remarks.

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Since its founding in 1988, UNH’s InterOperability Laboratory has provided independent, neutral, confidential testing of new technology for interoperability – how systems work together to share data – for hundreds of member companies.  The UNH-IOL is the only test lab of its type in the world that balances industry expertise with an educational mission: More than 100 undergraduate and graduate student employees work in the UNH-IOL, gaining hands-on experience with developing technologies from the hundreds of companies who use the UNH-IOL’s services as members.

The UNH-IOL is a component of the Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization, a service unit of the UNH Research Office.
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