FY ‘10 NPTF Members
April 6 (planning session)
November 2 (rate setting)
November 16 (if necessary)
Effective March 1, 2009, all 10meg and 100meg port rates will be reduced to $5.25 for FY ‘10
Rate maybe further reduced to $5.00 in FY10
Central Service Fee
We originally requested $5,198,999 for FY ‘10, the revised request is $5,090,212, up less than $15k from FY ‘09
2-Factor pilot ($200k)
Funded through N&T cost savings through contract renegotiations
FY 10 rates are $34.58/month rather than previously projected $38
AP support - $28.03/Port - $5.25/vLAN - $1.25
Bandwidth increased to 200 meg from 105 with only a $4k increase
Evaluated next generation wireless, controller-based architecture with “802.11N” capabilities
Piloting in ISC, SAS and CHC
Currently testing new features such as failover, increased bandwidth with 802.11n, and coverage areas
If successful,100% roll-out in ResNet in Summer of 2009
Rest of campus will be upgraded by end of FY 2010
New wireless will offer 802.11 a/b/g
802.11n to be included over time.
Good trade in costs and strong negotiations helped to keep under our projected monthly support costs for FY10
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2) conversion
Offers better encryption of data
Protects against DOS attacks
Required for 802.11n
Would require client reconfiguration
Would pilot this in order to make a seamless as possible
Explore VoIP and/or Video over wireless
Continue to monitor other wireless technologies (WiMax, Fixed Mobile Convergence)
What is on your minds?
What is important to you?
What operational things can we do better?
What strategic things should we be focusing on?
In these tight fiscal times, is there anything we should stop doing?
Any legacy things to drop?