Ohio: Build What’s Next
Dreams are where the world’s greatest innovations begin.
Thanks to the amazing evolution of technology, ideas and dreams are breaking free from the limits of “what could be,” and becoming “what is.” From health tech to fintech, artificial intelligence to robotics, autonomous vehicles to 3-D printing, and beyond – it’s happening in Ohio.
In Ohio, you:
- Will have access to one of the highest concentrations of tech jobs in the nation. Which means: You’ll be able to hire trained talent and access a growing market.
- Will operate at about 69 percent less compared to San Francisco at a cost of living around 50 percent less for your employees. Which means: You can spend more money on innovation and growth instead of on operating costs.
- Can easily access Fortune 500 companies and public-private partnerships. Which means: You will be able to collaborate with the most brilliant minds in the industry to grow your company and revolutionize the industry.
What you conceive and what you can achieve are beyond even your wildest dreams in Ohio.
We’re making digital dreams come true.
Build the future, your future, in Ohio.
No longer will data be hindered by a lost signal or lack of Wi-Fi. LISNR, a Cincinnati startup, is turning heads with its advanced data-over-audio technology, proving that amazing tech advancements are happening in Ohio.
Ohio is well-positioned to support and benefit from IoT. JobsOhio is supporting this cross sector strategy, finding ways to connect companies with the resources that will help them use and advance their IoT capabilities.
Opportunity in Ohio: Cybersecurity
Ohio is differentiated from other U.S. states in having three institutions of higher education housing National Security Agency (NSA) Centers of Academic Excellence (CAEs). CAEs for Cyber Defense programs are focused on reducing vulnerability in U.S. national information infrastructure by promoting higher education and research in cyber defense and producing professionals with cyber defense expertise.
Ohio Supercomputer Center and OARnet
Ohio’s technology infrastructure includes advantageous resources such as the Ohio Supercomputer Center and the Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet). The Ohio Supercomputer Center is a publicly owned supercomputer that provides integrated hardware, software and consulting. OARnet connects academia, research and business at a faster speed, with higher security at lower cost, enabling resource sharing across the state. Click the brochure below to learn more about the benefits of these resources.