Four regional research and education networks have joined together to create the Midsouth U.S. Internet Exchange (MUS-IX) to increase internet connectivity and bandwidth and on-board additional content providers all with the expectation of lower costs to the states they serve. LEARN in Texas, OneNet in Oklahoma, ARE-ON in Arkansas and LONI in Louisiana are participating in the collaboration. These regional networks provide internet access and technology services to education, research, health care and government partners in their respective states.
On Wednesday, October 9, 2019 AREON set it's most recent hut in Crossett, AR. This makes the 19th telecommunication structure to be placed in to service within the AREON network. This will facilitate the Crossett branch campus connection via the AREON network to UA Monticello. This project is anticipated to be complete by the end of 2019.
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