In 2017, The University of Tulsa (TU) began searching for a data center hosting option that would alleviate the technical and financial constraints they faced with its current on-premise solution. To ensure the availability of its network, TU partnered with OneNet to meet their needs.
It is hard to imagine a day in the office without Chris Kosciuk. Serving as OneNet’s CISO, each day looks a little different for him, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
In a digital age where technical skills are integral to almost every task we complete, Enid Public Schools (EPS) is aiming to eliminate education gaps by investing in digital resources for all of their students. These investments are helping make EPS a model school district for Oklahoma and beyond.
The OneNet team is comprised of an eclectic group of staff with unique stories and interests. As a network technician, Robert Prince contributes to OneNet’s diverse image, too. He was once in a 1970’s G.I. Joe commercial and had an amateur career as a disc golf player. His path towards a career in network communications is unique, but his dedication to his job and passion for OneNet customers is unrivaled.
A classroom full of middle school students simultaneously experimenting with handmade robots, calculating physics equations for rocket launches and engaging in bioengineering projects, might seem a little chaotic. For students at Vanoss Junior High School in Ada, all of these projects, and many more, occur regularly in their science classes, but the scene is a lot calmer than you might imagine.
Brian Burkhart began his career with OneNet in 1999 when he learned of an opportunity with OneNet. Almost two decades later, Burkhart is still using his technical expertise to make OneNet’s statewide network run smoothly.
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) is tackling Oklahoma’s health care obstacles straight on. Through numerous initiatives, leaders at OSU-CHS are addressing health and educational concerns as well as medical professional shortages.
Imagine running three major university campuses on one network. At any given minute, hundreds to thousands of students, teachers, faculty and administrators need immediate access to the internet. For Northeastern State University’s (NSU) three campuses, reliable internet connectivity is vital to the success of its mission: Gather Here. Go Far.
Previously, biology and internet connectivity occupied completely different spaces of an academic environment. But in a modern age, this is no longer the case. By utilizing technology, life scientists can complete exponentially more experiments at higher levels than ever imaged. At Oklahoma State University (OSU), researchers are leveraging robust OneNet connectivity to maximize genome sequencing research.
Across the state of Oklahoma, more than 100 institutions enjoy access to state of the art supercomputing resources. This is the face of modern research, and The Oklahoma Cyberinfrastructure Initiative (OneOCII) is enabling Oklahomans to pursue these high volume projects without limitations.