Register today for the ORPC's April Seminar on UNH's InterOperability Lab - everything you need to know about the IOL, including what it's like to work there, market and career demands in the data networking industry, and how to hire talented IOL students.

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Innovation Catalyst Seminar: UNH's InterOperability Lab & the Data Networking Industry

Thursday, April 19

4:00 - 5:00 PM
UNH Memorial Union Building (MUB) - Theater 1

Join us for an overview of University of New Hampshire's InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL). UNH-IOL employs nearly 100 students and exposes them to cutting-edge technologies and networking & data communication companies globally. No other institution offers such extensive hands-on experience with such a variety of technology and equipment. 
IOL Director Erica Johnson and MC Communications President Chris DiMinico will discuss: 
  • The market demands of the data networking industry
  • Insight into the career opportunities for well-educated and experienced UNH-IOL students
  • What it’s like to work in the IOL
Who should attend?
  • Anyone who would like to hear about the demand for, value of and impact that UNH students have in the data networking industry
  • Student organizations such as SWE, the IEEE student branch, Tau Beta Pi
  • Anyone interested in working in the data networking industry
  • UNH faculty and staff
  • Businesses and organizations interested in employing talented, well-educated UNH students
The seminar will be followed by complimentary cocktails and networking for registered attendees from 5:00-7:00pm at Idea Greenhouse in downtown Durham courtesy of seminar sponsors.


Each month, we provide you with links to articles that help you gain insight into the themes discussed at our Innovation Catalyst Seminar Series. The resources below are hand-picked for you from ORPC's Executive Director, Marc Sedam. For more great news and resources, follow Marc on Twitter at @UNHinnovation.

Behind the Scenes at UNH's InterOperability Lab,  IT Knowledge Exchange
You name it, they test it: Ethernet, IPv6, data center bridging, Fibre Channel, SATA, Wi-Fi, and more.

CSIRO smatches $220m windfall in WiFi patent disputeThe West Australian
The CSIRO secured $220 million from major international technology companies after settling a second round of litigation in the US over its hugely successful wireless internet patent.


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Radisson, Center of New Hampshire; Manchester NH

Scott Kirsner, well-known journalist who covers technology and innvoation for the Boston Globe, will deliver the keynote address. Judges of the awards are currently reviewing award submissions.

ABI Hub: Party at Arms

May 24, 2012
5:30 - 9:30 PM
Arms Park; Manchester NH

The abi Innovation Hub is celebrating Small Business Week and entrepreneurship in New Hampshire! Enjoy food, drink, entertainment, and networking with other entrepreneurs and startup enthusiasts. Noah Everett of Twitpic will also be guest speaking. REGISTER TODAY

Wednesday, April 11
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 
After Party 5:30 - 7:30 PM

Wentworth Hotel & Spa
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Register for this 1-day conference, which will bring together the region's smartest innovators, entrepreneurs, creatives, technologists, and changemakers to celebrate the art and practice of "Disruptive Innovation."

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