Most Internet2 funding is still based on one-time money from RFDF and on allocated cost. A long-term strategy is required.
N&T will run a fiscally self-sufficient GigaPoP (MAGPI) and seek to generate revenues of $500k in FY2002 vs $300k in FY2001. MAGPI will increase from 155Mbps to 622 Mbps to accommodate more outside sales and to provide more internal bandwidth for Penn.
ISC should charge a competitive rate for voice services. It is expected that for existing Telecommunications services, there will be no change in rates in FY2002. Rates will be evaluated in FY2003.
ISC should charge a competitive rate for video services and charge students directly in FY2003.