OKLAHOMANS PROJECTED TO BENEFIT
ESTIMATED PROJECT DURATION
Build a broadband network based on fiber in areas where the proposed fiber network is one (1) and done. Install is minimum of 10 gigs with future expansion to 100 gigs across the state to bring broadband support those in underserved, underdeveloped and rural areas to increase the quality of life with telemed medical service expansions, distance learning, promotes economic business growth and personal use in the home. Will allow for an open network. Model is repeatable. Flash is Women owned, Veteran Owned in Norman, OK. Plans to duplicate the fiber install for State of Wisconsin which was done in under 4 months with best in class partners at: www.gobertram.com, www.gotrango.com, www.powercode.com
The state of Oklahoma is laden with rural and underserved agricultural areas, plus multiple Native American communities that really need enhanced broadband to provide medical care, distance learning at home for K-12 & higher education support with job training, behavioral health counseling services , plus affordable options for internet services to support economic business growth and development to prevent closures during the pandemic. Affordable access to 10 gig fiber with future growth to 100 gigs is the transformation backbone for the State of Oklahoma to bolster the quality of life for EVERY Oklahoman, INCLUDING disparate populations!
Cost estimate: 1 million does small city of 700 people without "rock" complications. Actual cost will be defined by scope. Proprietary software used to lay design, repeatable proven model with references available. Metrics and reporting compiled during initial site walk, with predesign stage, final design, commissioning of soft launch and go live launch using proprietary software proven metrics.
ONGOING INVESTMENT AMOUNT
ONGOING INVESTMENT DESCRIPTION
ONGOING INVESTMENT REQUIRED
One-time project will not need continued funding
Broadband: Other projects
FEDERAL GRANT AMOUNT
FEDERAL GRANT DESCRIPTION
Small business (<$5M revenue annually)
Data source: Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services / More information »