Are you worried about your privacy and security of your home network?
The University of New Hampshire Broadband Center of Excellence (BCoE) has created a checklist for individuals to use in assessing their vulnerability to threats originating from the Internet wherever they are linked – whether it’s at home or in a public place.
BCoE created this checklist because it could not find another deemed suitable for a home Internet user/manager to use to gauge safety, privacy and security regarding Internet use. One hope is that survey takers’ responses can be used as part of data provided to... Read More
Accelerating urbanization of the population and the emergence of new smart sensors (the Internet of Things) are combining in the phenomenon of the smart city. This movement is leading to improved quality of life and public safety, helping cities to enjoy economies that help remedy some budget overruns, better health care, and is resulting in increased productivity.
The following report summarizes evolving digital technology trends, including smart phone applications, mapping software, big data and sensor miniaturization and broadband networking, that combine to create a... Read More
A new grant from UNH’s Broadband Center of Excellence to an interdisciplinary team of university researchers aims to showcase innovation in broadband technology and data analytics. But perhaps the most compelling outcome of the $75,000 grant is its goal to make parking on campus easier. Read more....
Hello and welcome to our newly designed Broadband Center of Excellence web site. Here at UNH there are a lot of programs related to extending and expanding the reach and applications of broadband technology. This category could include new technologies for effectively extending the reach of broadband to rural areas, as well as new ways of connecting sensors, devices and software into the network of networks, or the Internet of Things.
UNH and BCoE have a unified keen interest in ensuring that this new site will serve as a one-stop central repository of all that our state agencies and... Read More