Archives for April 2013

OpenCape network nears debut (CC Times)

GE, the world’s largest manufacturer, is on the verge of using 3-D printing to make jet parts.

When Will the Rest of Us Get Google Fiber?

A night of mingling, music and MOOCs

On April 25, 2013 the Cape Cod Technology Council held the 2013 Annual Meeting and dinner at the newly-renovated DoubleTree Inn in Hyannis. The group enjoyed cocktails to the music of the Bert Jackson Quartet, then proceeded to a well-prepared buffet dinner (thanks to Director Janel Kesten for all the hard work at making those […]

Past CCTC speakers show off latest developments to their low-frequency acoustic seismic system

Notice of Proposed Amendments to the By-laws

Pursuant to Article XIII of the By-Laws of the Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“the Council”), proposed amendments to the By-Laws of the Council will be presented for approval by the members at the annual meeting. The annual meeting of the Council has been set by the Board of Directors for Thursday April 25, 2013 […]

CCTC Notice of Nominations of Officers and Directors in 2013

In accordance with Article VII, Section 2 of the By-Laws of the Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“the Council”), a Nominating Committee was duly appointed and has presented a slate of nominees to the Council’s Board of Directors and a slate of nominee for the Council’s Officers.  Additional nominations to the Board of Directors may […]

The Video Tech That Helped Find The Boston Bombing Suspects

Cape Cod Today: Two articles on Cape Cod broadband service

A few days ago, Cape Cod Today ran this article, and interview with Cape Cod Community College President John Cox on the selection of Comcast as the provider of high-speed broadband service: An exclusive interview with CCCC President John Cox on why the college chose Comcast A few days following, this interview was posted with […]

CCTC Members start a Cape Cod Makers Space