Merit Network, Michigan’s high-speed data provider for the government and nonprofit sector, has established another 10 gigabit-per-second network connection to northeast Lower Michigan and the southern Upper Peninsula.
Truven Health Analytics announced today that its Meaningful Use Quality Manager version 2.0 is now compliant with the 2014 Office of the National Coordinator’s criteria for clinical quality measures reporting.
Some of the most remote places in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula now have Internet access that can be measured in gigabits per second.
Merit Network Inc. Wednesday announced milestones for its REACH-3MC Round II fiber-optic construction project.
Merit Network, Inc. announced the completion of three key segments of its Round II REACH-3MC network build-out: Grand Rapids to Big Rapids, Rose City to Oscoda, and Hillman to Posen.
The Clean Energy Coalition’s Green Fleets Program, funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act — better known as the federal stimulus — has brought together a diverse cross-section of Michigan fleets to deploy alternative fuel and advanced vehicles and supporting infrastructure.
Merit Network Inc. Monday announced the completion of Round 1 construction of its Rural, Education, Anchor, Community and Heathcare – Michigan Middle Mile Collaborative project, or REACH-3MC.
Walsh College Sets Monthly Affinity Groups: The Business Services Division of Walsh College has monthly affinity groups for various types of business executives. Over the next few weeks they’re meeting on the following schedules: March 22, […]
Merit Network Inc., Michigan’s statewide research and education network, announced that it has partnered with TC3, an Adrian-based broadband Internet and telecommunications provider serving Lenawee County, to complete a portion of “last mile” fiber-optic construction around downtown Adrian.
State and local officials this week will dedicate the latest federal stimulus funded extension of high speed Internet into north-central Lower Michigan on Tuesday.