Click below to listen to Doug Cutting’s presentation at the Big Data Business Breakfast at Case Western Reserve University on May 19, 2015.
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Learn about how the Big Gig Challenge works, details on the 2014 winners’ projects, and more!
Established in 2014, the Big Gig Challenge Grant gives applicants the chance to win funding to bring OneCommunity’s ultra-fast broadband fiber directly to their community’s doorstep! OneCommunity wants winners to employ high speed broadband to solve problems, increase efficiencies, spur economic development, and launch pilot or innovative programs that will benefit their community. Winners of the Big […]
Thanks to a grant, this small private university invested in a redundant path to the state-wide broadband network to secure Internet access for students, faculty and staff. About five years ago, the IT department at Malone University began looking for a way to develop a redundant network access path to ensure uninterrupted access to both […]
Online publication Next City recently published a feature story about Cleveland’s plans for the Health-Tech Corridor (HTC) broadband network. “Cleveland Thinks Broadband 100 Times Faster Than Anyone Else,” by Brady Dale, includes interviews with HTC director Jeff Epstein and OneCommunity COO Brett Lindsey. The article profiles the plan to build a 100-gigabit network within the […]
OneCommunity, Case Western Reserve University, and BlueBridge Networks are giving local girls a chance to bring forth their ideas on technology and innovation and collaborate. This first-ever, FREE event will allow young women, ages 13-18, to brainstorm and collaborate on their ideas, and will provide an opportunity to win local prizes. At this Olympiad, they will learn more […]
OneCommunity is a nonprofit organization expanding broadband access to strengtthen Northeast Ohio. Take a look at our numbers to see what expansion looks like!
For more than 15 years, St. Rita School in Solon, Ohio, used a combination of T1 lines and DSL to provide its computer lab with basic broadband connectivity. But in 2013, with the introduction of hundreds of iPads for its students, 15 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload no longer satisfied the school’s needs. “When […]
These FAQs are also available to download as a print-friendly PDF. 1. Who is eligible to apply? Any entity (public or private) is eligible to apply for the Big Gig Grant, as long as the applicant applies in partnership with their local government (City or County). Applicants must be within OneCommunity’s Northeast Ohio service area. […]