Technology is an integral component of education in today’s digital world, but maintaining modern technology systems can be expensive and require significant expertise. For Oklahoma’s higher education institutions, a new vendor contract is addressing this challenge, and the cost savings and efficiencies are having rippling effects for students of all ages.
With support from the National Science Foundation’s International Research Network Connections (NSF IRNC) program, OneNet will be directly connected to the Pacific Wave International Exchange and its peering and high-performance, scientific networks. This new connectivity to the Western U.S. and Asia-Pacific region will enhance scientific collaborations for Oklahoma’s research institutions.
Cameron University’s Lawton and Duncan campuses now connect seamlessly to each other thanks to OneNet and the Oklahoma Community Anchor Network (OCAN). Because of this direct connection, the Duncan campus can now offer more reliable courses for its remote learning options and the university has a stronger business continuity plan.
Many of Oklahoma’s tribal communities are in rural areas of the state. Providing services to these citizens can be challenging if high-speed internet is not readily available. Leadership for the Chickasaw Nation recognized this challenge facing its community and partnered with the Oklahoma Community Anchor Network to ensure that our state’s tribal citizens have the same access to quality health care opportunities as those who live in metropolitan areas.
What do basketball, beekeeping and computer programming have in common? Frank Hedges. Hedges is OneNet’s data center manager and storage architect. In simple terms, he’s the security guard of all of the important information.
A collaboration between OneNet and Redlands Community College helps veterans return to college and the workforce. Redlands’ Veterans Upward Bound program depends on a high-speed connection from OneNet to link veterans to educational resources.
Ed Roberts invented the personal computer in 1975. Four years later, OneNet systems engineer Paul Tibbitts started his career in IT. Despite working in one of the most volatile and progressive industries, Paul’s professional career has always been steady.
Tonight at 11:00 PM-6:00AM an emergency maintenance at the Goodwill hub site. there is expected to be Outage due to maintenance on commercial backhaul . OneNet personnel are monitoring the situation. maintenance may not use the entire window but the entire window is reserved. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your continued support.