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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.

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A Major Infrastructure Project Completed in Tiffin
Infrastructure Upgrades A Major Infrastructure Project Completed in Tiffin

A major infrastructure project consisting of relocating a Point-of-Presence within ICN’s fiber optic Network was successfully completed on Sunday, August 26.

ICN Presents: Healthcare Cybersecurity Roadshows
Cybersecurity Roadshow for Healthcare ICN Presents: Healthcare Cybersecurity Roadshows

The Iowa Communications Network’s (ICN) Cybersecurity Team will be traveling to five locations across Iowa to facilitate security discussions with regional healthcare IT professionals and management.

It's That Time of Year Again...Back To School
back to school It's That Time of Year Again...Back To School

As districts welcome students and teachers back to school, here are a few tech articles that may help ease the beginning of the school year.

How K–12 School Districts Can Best Prepare for Ransomware Recovery