UNICARIBE term students from the different engineering areas will strengthen their knowledge based on practical experience in this prestigious center.
SANTO DOMINGO. – The student body of the Universidad del Caribe (UNICARIBE) will be able to carry out internships at the facilities of NAP del Caribe, the most advanced technology center for network access (Network Access Point-NAP) in the country and in the region, equipped with the highest security, reliability and redundancy standards.
UNICARIBE term students of engineering in Cybersecurity, Data and Organizational Intelligence, Networks and Telecommunications and Software Engineering, will be able to strengthen their knowledge based on practical experience in this prestigious center that uses the most modern telecommunications infrastructure in the region. designed to deliver data center, disaster recovery, and business continuity solutions in a secure cyberspace.
These facilities for the unicaribian student body are contemplated in the agreement signed between the rector of that house of higher studies, teacher José Alejandro Aybar Martín; and the executive president of NAP del Caribe, María Waleska Álvarez.
During the act, Master Aybar Martín pointed out that it is of great satisfaction and pride to formalize the agreement that he considered will allow both institutions to work on common issues that benefit society.
From his side, Álvarez congratulated UNICARIBE’s contribution to Dominican education, especially through technology, by placing the academy in the place that the Dominican Republic needs to compete in a globalized world.
The agreement also establishes study facilities in UNICARIBE’s educational programs for Caribbean NAP staff, family members and referrals. Also the realization of talks, seminars, workshops in different areas of knowledge, entrepreneurship, especially in technology, cybersecurity and the areas that relate both institutions.
Similarly, carrying out research projects that will contribute to the solution of national problems through technological tools, the UNICARIBE research hotbeds and Caribbean NAP specialists. During the opening day of this incredible event, we had the opportunity to generate new contacts, participate in presentations of local projects, talks and view the latest in technology.