The Texas A&M University Internet2 Technology Evaluation Center (ITEC) was established by the System Board of Regents in 2004. Operating under a Memorandum of Understanding with Internet2, ITEC’s focus is Real Time Communications (RTC). ITEC began by working on emergency communications projects, but has since evolved into one of the premier emergency communications academic research centers in the world.

Interoperability Institute

Interoperability Institute 2023 (Interop’23) will be held on May 1-5, 2023, at Disaster City® on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

 

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OUR MISSION

  • Work singly and in collaboration with other ITECs on technology deployment and investigation within Internet2
  • Collaborate with industry and standards bodies in areas that will make advanced technology open and interoperable
  • Join in research initiatives of Internet2 member institutions as appropriate and
  • Provide educational venues to make leading-edge technology accessible to graduate and undergraduate students.

VERIZON GIFT SUPPORTS ITEC RESEARCH

An unsolicited grant from Verizon will help ensure ITEC has the resources to provide global leadership for the advancement of interoperability for first responders, as well as the extension of broadband access and useability in rural areas.

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AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Public Safety Broadband

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Academia