Nashville Technology Council, Comcast Unveil Major Technology Partnership
Written by: Alex Curtis | Posted Nov 29, 2016

Tech Hill Commons will House Nashville Technology Council’s Headquarters and Serve the Local Innovation and Technology Community, Powered by Comcast’s Gigabit Technology

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 29, 2016) – Comcast and the Nashville Technology Council (NTC) have announced a new gigabit-powered facility designed to foster innovation, promote business, and develop students and tech professionals in Nashville. Tech Hill Commons will be a public gathering place for the city’s diverse community of tech leaders, business builders, user groups, students and tech educators, and will also represent the new headquarters of the Nashville Technology Council.

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In addition to collaborating with the Nashville Technology Council to create Tech Hill Commons, Comcast will provide a dedicated multi-gigabit broadband connection to the facility that will support high speed data, advanced telephone and expansive video services. Comcast is also a co-investor in the project.

Tech Hill Commons is a hub where Nashville’s tech community can come together, innovate, and grow.  Located in the Nolensville Corridor at 500 Interstate Boulevard South, the new home of the NTC is set to open in early 2017. The facility will consist of more than 9,500 square feet of space, including NTC’s new offices, a 150-person event room, a social meeting area and conference rooms with cutting-edge technology.

The NTC invites Middle Tennessee’s tech community to take advantage of Tech Hill Commons to host launch events, community hackathons, tech usergroups and developer meetups. The commons is an ideal space for professional development and student tech-enrichment programming.

“Tech Hill Commons is an exciting venture that will serve Nashville’s leaders of tomorrow,” said Brian Moyer, Nashville Technology Council President & CEO. “It will be Middle Tennessee’s opportunity to showcase innovation, develop business and professional skills, accelerate the deployment of new technologies, and create jobs. We appreciate Comcast’s support and ongoing collaboration in making this dream a reality, and look forward to what this center of innovation will bring to Nashville.”

“Comcast has a passion for innovation and is committed to shaping the future of media and technology,” said Doug Guthrie, Regional Senior Vice President at Comcast. “Tech Hill Commons is specially designed to support a culture of entrepreneurship and collaboration, and we couldn’t be more excited to be part of this endeavor.”

“As technology plays a greater role in every industry in Nashville, our tech community is growing, becoming more specialized and diverse,” said Nicole Trimblett, NTC board chairwoman and Vice President IT&S – Strategy & Planning at HCA IT&S. “We expect that Tech Hill Commons will serve as a gathering place to connect, unite, develop and promote technology in Middle Tennessee.”

For more information on Tech Hill Commons and its resources, programs and project partners, visit www.TechHillCommons.com.


About Comcast Cable

Comcast Cable is one of the nation’s largest video, high-speed Internet and phone providers to residential customers under the XFINITY brand and also provides these services to businesses. Comcast has invested in technology to build an advanced network that delivers among the fastest broadband speeds, and brings customers personalized video, communications and home management offerings.  Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA) is a global media and technology company.  Visit www.comcastcorporation.com for more information.

About the Nashville Technology Council

Founded in 1999, The Nashville Technology Council is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association for the advancement of the region’s technology industry. The NTC connects, unites, develops and promotes the Middle Tennessee technology community. It drives an innovative and connected regional economy for technology-based growth. The NTC works with its members to build the pathways for future technology professionals by developing problem solvers and creative thinkers. More information can be found at TechnologyCouncil.com

 

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