Partnership delivers Internet2 to Marshall U. through OARnet
Powerful network connections supports regional research, education, healthcare
Columbus, Ohio (January 29, 2010) - Marshall University students, faculty and staff members now have access to the nation’s premier research and education network through a partnership with OARnet, Ohio’s statewide research and education network.
Internet2® is an ultrafast, nationwide networking consortium that connects close to 70,000 research and educational institutions in the U.S. and interconnects with 80 international research networks worldwide.
TechColumbus names OARnet 'Innovation Award' semifinalist
TechColumbus recently announced that OARnet is a semifinals for the 2009 TechColumbus Innovation Awards
Columbus, Ohio (December 15, 2009) -TechColumbus recently announced that the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet) is a semifinalist for the 2009 TechColumbus Innovation Awards, to be presented February 4, 2010.
Ohio researcher garners $287k DOE grant to devise better techniques for measuring, managing network traffic
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $287,000 to OSC and OARnet to devise new, more effective techniques that will improve the performance of computer networks
Columbus, Ohio (October 6, 2009) - The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded $287,000 to the Ohio Supercomputer Center and the Ohio Academic Resources Network to devise new, more effective techniques that will improve the performance of the next generation of computer networks.
OARnet, Nationwide Children's project honored for its innovation
The Ohio Academic Resources Network and Nationwide Children's Hospital Division of Neonatology recently received a Health Care Heroes Honorable Mention in Innovation
Columbus, Ohio (August 17, 2009) - The Ohio Academic Resources Network and Nationwide Children’s Hospital Division of Neonatology recently received a Health Care Heroes Honorable Mention in Innovation Award for its high-definition telemedicine project from Columbus Business First.
Ohio to Lead Country in Statewide Cloud Computing Initiative
Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Eric D. Fingerhut announced implementation of hardware platform to advance development of integrated technology infrastructure
OARnet experts to present at Internet2 Spring Member Meeting
Staff members of the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet) are sharing their valuable expertise with participants at the Internet2 Spring Member Meeting
Columbus, Ohio (April 27, 2009) - Staff members of the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet) are sharing their valuable expertise with participants at the Internet2 Spring Member Meeting, April 27-29, 2009, in Arlington, Va.
OARnet's director of networking reappointed to advise nation's foremost advanced network consortium
Internet2 announced recently that Upper Arlington, Ohio, resident Paul Schopis, director of networking for the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet), has been reappointed by its board of trustees to serve a three-year
Ohio center focused on global telehealth applications launches website to promote services, membership
Columbus, Ohio (March 18, 2009) - The recently established Telehealth Video Resource Center (TVRC) today officially launched a website to make the center's videoconferencing services easily available to physicians and healthcare education professionals w
Secure videoconferencing provides key to enhancing education, research collaboration, savings
OARnet study seeks balance of security, quality in videoconferencing
Columbus, Ohio (February 5, 2009) — Some technologists see a day in the not-so-distant future when advances in videoconferencing will allow the quickly maturing technology to greatly enhance distance education, boost research collaboration and reduce travel and meeting costs.
Obama inauguration lures millions to watch online video, generates record traffic over Ohio's high-speed network
Ohio computer users helped make President Barack Obama's inauguration the most watched streaming video event in the Internet's history, pushing network traffic over the state's fiber-optic backbone to more than 8.
Columbus, Ohio — February 4, 2009 — Ohio computer users helped make President Barack Obama’s inauguration the most watched streaming video event in the Internet’s history, pushing network traffic over the state’s fiber-optic backbone to more than 8.1 gigabits – or 8.1 billion bits of digital information – per second.