Tentative ISC Networking Budget Assumptions FY 2002 - 05 (Continued)
Networking will run a fiscally self-sufficient GigaPoP (MAGPI) and seek to generate revenues of $300K a year from area institutions through FY 2005.
The Central Service Fee users will continue to subsidize the 1500 public labs, kiosks and central pool classroom connections.
10% growth per year in IP addresses from the schools/centers is projected.
5% growth per year in IP addresses from UPHS is projected.
5% growth per year in IP addresses from ResNet is projected.
Only 90 of the 180 lines are being used in the Express Pool. On the advice of NPTF, Networking reduced service to 90 lines and directed funding to cover escalating Internet costs in FY 2001.