Academia • Industry • Government

The aim of the Institute for Triple Helix Innovation is to harness and leverage the complementary expertise of academia, industry and government to facilitate new systems for innovation and novel collaborative processes for creative development.

By serving as a center for collaboration technologies, a champion for flexible organizational structures, and an arbiter of triple helix best practices, the Institute endeavors to foster international, interdisciplinary collaborations amongst the public and private sectors and develop new methodologies for achieving economic and social benefit.

Wireless Networking in the Developing World

Wireless Networking in the Developing World (2nd Edition): A practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure is a book created by a team of individuals who are actively pushing the reach of the Internet farther than ever before. The massive popularity of wireless networking has caused equipment costs to continually plummet, while equipment capabilities continue to sharply increase.

IP Networks Prove Integral to Successful Global Collaboration

75 Percent of firms plan to increase collaborative relationships with overseas third parties, according to a survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) conducted for AT&T. The worldwide survey of 497 senior executives reveals that firms plan to increase the number of collaborative relationships they hold with third parties overseas in order to bring greater economies, talent and efficiencies to their operations.