Through a series of National Science Foundation Campus Cyberinfrastructure CC* awards, OneNet is expanding research computing to colleges and universities across the state of Oklahoma by connecting campuses to Oklahoma’s dedicated research network, the OneOklahoma Friction Free Network (OFFN).
OFFN utilizes OneNet’s network infrastructure and provides 10 to 100 Gbps connectivity to give higher education institutions a dedicated alternative route to traditional internet pathways. Among other advantages, this allows researchers to access supercomputing resources across the state and allows for faster data transfer.
OFFN advances research and education initiatives, such as chemistry, food science, nursing, bioscience, cybersecurity, manufacturing, AI, data science, GIS, aquaponics, and STEM education.
Is your campus an OFFN campus? Use our OFFN handout to promote the connection to your faculty and staff! Click the image to the right.
Read our most recent NSF award story!
And watch this highlight video to learn how OFFN makes the impossible practical for faculty and students across Oklahoma.