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Welcome to the ICN

Welcome to the ICN

The Iowa Communications Network (ICN) is the country's premier distance learning and state government broadband carrier network. The ICN provides high-speed flexible broadband Internet, data, video conferencing, and voice (phone) services to authorized users, under Code of Iowa, which includes: K-12 schools, higher education, hospitals and clinics, state and federal government, National Guard armories, and libraries.

Broadband Strong: Delivering FLEXIBLE broadband and FAST experiences to meet the growing broadband needs of education, government, public safety, and healthcare in Iowa.

Managed Firewall Service Network Assessment & Penetration Testing Incident Response & Forensic Investigation DDoS Mitigation High Speed Internet

News

Phil Groner Appointed Executive Director of ICN
ICN-logo Phil Groner Appointed Executive Director of ICN

The Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission (ITTC) announces the appointment of Philip Groner to serve as Executive Director of the Iowa Communications Network.      

Have Disaster Recovery Options
disaster-recovery-image Have Disaster Recovery Options

A disaster, large or small, can happen unexpectedly at any time. Some of our authorized users have first-hand experience with natural disasters like flooding and tornados. We also acknowledge that a digital disaster can happen too, such as ransomware, phishing email attacks, etc.

Students Selected for ICN’s Broadband Council for 2018-2019 School Year
SYBAC-logo Students Selected for ICN’s Broadband Council for 2018-2019 School Year

Twelve Iowa high school students have been selected to serve on the Statewide Youth Broadband Advisory Council (SYBAC). The council is established by the ICN to engage students on a variety of broadband related topics.

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