The University of New Hampshire’s Broadband Center of Excellence (BCoE) provides a demonstration environment for the development of innovative network application experiments in the education, health, public safety, and economic development sectors to improve citizen’s quality of life. For example, “Ubiquitous Intelligence” through the monitoring, analyzing and controlling of the millions of networks of sensors, devices and networks-of-networks will foster the development and success of Intelligent Cities, Smart Campuses, telemedicine and connected cars and highway among others.
The Ubiquitous Intelligence Revolution is today’s equivalent of the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution of past centuries. These “smart-projects” of the 21st Century will enable our society to improve quality of life and to reach higher levels of economic growth.
Here's UNH BCoE Executive Director Rouzbeh Yassini on the promise of a global broadband network:
BCoE shall provide a central point of exchange for information on best practices on the use of technology, tools, benchmarks, and educational materials developed by partners in the state of New Hampshire, nationwide, and globally.
The BCoE is designed to facilitate collaboration in an unbiased manner within New Hampshire and nationally with regard to Research, Education and Outreach on broadband. BCoE seeks to work with charity foundations, corporations, universities, communities, universities, and industry to help deploy broadband networks and applications more ubiquitously as tools to foster economic growth, social improvement and business success.
In summary UNH BCoE is a privately funded operation within the University of New Hampshire with the dream of accelerating creation of Intelligent Campus, Cities, State, and our Nation to expand the economy growth and quality of life for all citizens.