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More than 15,000 new computers are set to be installed at Navy bases overseas as part of the migration to ONE-NET, the Navy's newest enterprise network.
The new computers are part of a larger plan under ONE-NET to replace most of the Navy's networks overseas and put them under a centralized control authority for more than 41,000 users on shore installations from Europe to the Far East.
ONE-NET, short for OCONUS Navy Enterprise Network, is similar to the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), and will provide users on shore installations overseas a single integrated network.
"ONE-NET provides centralized information assurance, intrusion detection, …