Broadband Benefits

Healthcare requires connected information technology solutions to enhance primary prevention, promote health, accurately diagnose and treat illness and injury.

Healthcare providers need secure, cost effective, high capacity, and highly reliabile network access.  

 
The core RNHN Fiber Network is a 750 mile, 84 fiber, privately owned, redundant ring that  provides high security and availablity for healthcare mission critical operations.  
 
Well designed fiber networks are redundant, the network has to fail in multiple ways to cause an outage.  If a fiber is cut, or a switch or router suddenly fails, another pathway maintains the communication flow. Redundant systems deliver significant value with high availability, reliability, and predictability.
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Broadband Benefits

Healthcare requires connected information technology solutions to enhance primary prevention, promote health, accurately diagnose and treat illness and injury.

Healthcare providers need secure, cost effective, high capacity, and highly reliabile network access.  

 
The core RNHN Fiber Network is a 800 mile, 84 fiber,
privately owned, redundant ring that provides high
security and availablity for healthcare mission critical
operations.  
 
Well designed fiber networks are redundant, the network has to fail in multiple ways to cause an outage.  If a fiber is cut, or a switch or router suddenly fails, another pathway maintains the communication flow. Redundant systems deliver significant value with high availability, reliability, and predictability.
 
 
 
 
The RNHN Fiber Network has a 2 gigabit backbone capacity.  Just half that capacity, 1 gigabit, is capable of downloading a 2 hour video in 16 seconds and the images will be perfect.
The RNHN Fiber Network provides broadband infrastructure access to businesses, schools and homes in western Nebraska where almost none existed before. 
 
The 36 fiber healthcare network provides the back bone for all RNHN
projects and services as well as those of our individual users.   
 
The 48 fiber commercial network  through a unique public/private
partnership with Zayo is being developed by local communication providers.