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How Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Makes Universities State-of-the-Art

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Information on how to make your campus state-of-the-art with BYOD. Includes best practices, university case studies and architectures.

Information on how to make your campus state-of-the-art with BYOD. Includes best practices, university case studies and architectures.

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How Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Makes Universities State-of-the-Art How Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Makes Universities State-of-the-Art Presentation Transcript

  • ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE IN EDUCATION COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • UNIVERSAL ACCESS ALCATEL-LUCENT ENTERPRISE IN EDUCATION INTERACTIVE CAMPUS VISUAL CAMPUS UNIVERSAL UNIVERSITY SAFE CAMPUSIPVS SAFE CAMPUSENS
  • TOP 10 IT ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION, EDUCAUSE 2013 1. Leverage the Wireless and Device explosion across 6. Build a strategic funding model 7. Develop a sustainable online learning strategy 2. Improve the student outcomes through leverage of Technology 8. Support BYOD and Consumerization universally 3. Develop a University wide cloud strategy 4. Develop a Organizational model that accommodates the changing environment, and facilitates openness and agility 9. Transform the business practices with IT 10. Increase use of Analytics to support critical outcomes 5. Support information security that aligns with infrastructural openness needed by BYOD 3 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • DELIVERING VALUE TO EDUCATION CUSTOMERS SOLUTION VALUE UNIFIED ACCESS • • • • INTERACTIVE DIGITAL SIGNAGE • An interactive information experience across the campus, using Digital displays and “your” device SAFE CAMPUS • Emergency Notification and Alerts across the Interactive campus (Digital Displays and “Your” device) • Leading-edge IP Video Surveillance (with IP VIDEO) THE VISUAL CAMPUS • Integrating Video into Campus life (OpenTouch Video Store) • Visual Collaboration for Teachers and Students Seamless BYOD over wired and wireless The definition of the Bring your own “Campus” Consistent user policies and profiles Broad portfolio of products across Wired and Wireless 4 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • UNIVERSAL ACCESS • Ability to access Campus Life with a multiple devices • Quick and simple deployment of new approved applications Unified Access • Quality delivery of applications which are multimedia content reach (e,g. Video, collaboration) • Ability to Teach/Study anywhere and be always connected (mobility) • Increase bandwidth at the network access and core • High WLAN density, capacity and coverage • Enhanced context aware QoS • Unified network access control (LAN and WLAN): Guest Access, same policies, etc. • Augment network security CONVERGED NETWORKING • Quick and quality delivery of new applications • Management and SLA 5 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • BEST PRACTICES BYOD 1. Replace WLAN enabled Laptop carts or 1st Gen WLAN • Controller based, 802.11n /802.11ac Access points, policy-enabled firewalls 2. Add Network Access Control • Device aware profiles, Automatic Remediation, Air group authorization, Support User Network Profiles BYOD 3. Train Certified Staff on pedagogical changes in a connected classroom, campus environment. 4. Create segmented SSIDs to automate controls. • Secure • SSDZ (Student - Staff Device Zone) ‒ Wireless domain member devices only ‒ 802.1x device authentication ‒ Same log-on experience as wired domain devices file servers, etc.) after successful HIC check • Guest BEST PRACTICES ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ • Pre-configured for auto connection to stage 1 • Stage 1 access same services as Guest access • Stage 2 full access to core resources (printers, • Presenter Filtered Internet access only Captive portal authentication AD guest ID required No device to device visibility • Authenticated raw Internet access extended to any AP upon specific request. • Support Air Group for media collaboration 6 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • CORE VISION Control: Dynamic Tuning of Network Performance VP Enrollment: Nathalie Pasquier Endpoint: Fixed phone Application: Video Business usage Quality desired Quality assigned Senior Student: Jonathan Barnett Endpoint: Smart phone Application: Social Personal usage Quality desired Quality assigned Unified Access Professor: Xiao Qiang High Bandwidth Core Endpoint: Laptop Application: Video Private & Business usage Quality desired Quality assigned 7 Apps
  • APPLICATIONS MANAGED AS A SERVICE The Network Understands Virtual Network Profile Each Application Network Provisioning - Provisioning requirements Security Profile - Security profile - Expected quality of service levels Application - Priority of the application for the corporation - Specific latency and jitter requirements Quality of Service Requirements The Network Automatically Manages Applications - Automated binding of vNP to virtual machine - Automatic discovery of virtual machine location vNP - Automatic provisioning of applications - Network configuration follows virtual machine moves - Dynamic tuning of QoS parameters OmniSwitch 6900 - Network requested VM moves to minimize latency OmniSwitch 6850E 8 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Priority
  • USER PROFILING - FOR WIRED & WIRELESS No AirGroups USER NETWORK PROFILE All SECURITY PROFILE NETWORK PROVISIONING USERS DEVICES QUALITY OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS VLAN 30 AirGroups VLAN 10 ACCESS ALL Faculty PRIORITY HIGH BWDTH HIGH PRIORITY uNP Unified access 9 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. INTERNET ONLY Specific AirGroup GUEST MEDIUM BWDTH LOW PRIORITY VLAN 20 NO Faculty Servers Student MEDIUM BWDTH MEDIUM PRIORITY
  • UNIFIED ACCESS BYOD SERVICES DEVICE PROVISIONING (On-Boarding) UNIFIED ACCESS • Self-Provisioning for Wired/Wireless Windows, iOS, Android devices • Simplified 802.1X deployment and configuration of silent devices ONBOARD Active Directory ADVANCED GUEST MANAGEMENT • Guest self and sponsored registrations • Advanced customizable portal GUEST Edge Switch CLEARPASS POLICY MANAGER WLAN DEVICE POSTURE/HEALTH CHECKS ONGUARD Existing RADIUS Controller Access Points MDM • Advanced security policy enforcement • Pre and post admission APPLICATION MANAGEMENT WORKSPACE FINGERPRINTING • Control and security over corporate data/applications • Increased security for the mixed personal and corporate environment DEVICE FINGERPRINTING • Automatic identification of device type, make and model • Improved visibility and control for IT 10 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • NEW LEVELS OF CONTROL WITH ADVANCED POLICY MANAGEMENT DYNAMIC POLICY CHANGE FOR WIRED AND WIRELESS DEVICES USER Student Academics Guest Administration + DEVICE Printer IP Phone Desktop Tablet Smartphone + SITUATION Medium Time Location Posture + APPLICATION Email Video Social media Teaching App = POLICY TO BE ENFORCED WWW Servers Email Quarantine C L E A R PA S S P O L I C Y M A N A G E R C O M B I N E D W I T H N AT I V E O M N I S W I T C H C A PA B I L I T I E S 11 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • BEST TCO EDUCATION DATA CENTERS • Meets all the performance requirements for all diverse education/Cloud applications ‒ Different latency and bandwidth needs • A single Pod is a complete data center fabric, at a low TCO and initial cost ‒ Allows Education customers to start small and grow a full Mesh as required ‒ Ideal complete data center for Universities, K-12 School Districts etc. • Can be deployed in many different variations to match unique requirements • 2,4,6,12 or more switches at the core. • Engineered for desired latency and oversubscription requirements POD ALCATEL LUCENT ENTERPRISE MESH OS10K OS10K ARCHITECTURE CONTROL POD POD 6900 6900 6900 Pod 6900 6900 6900 240 POD 6900 6900 6900 6900 2 µs latency 6900 6900 2 µs latency 6900 6900 2 µs latency 12 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 6900 6900 6900 6900 Max Server Ports (2 core switches) 14,400 Max switching capacity: 169 Tb/s 5 µs Aggregate latency* Over Subscription Rate* 1.8 : 1 Power per server port: 5 watts #48U racks OPERATIONS
  • DATA CENTER – OMNISWITCH 6900 BEST IN CLASS 10G TOP-OF-RACK (TOR) OR SMALL CORE! • Up to (64) 10G ports non-blocking! • Up to (6) 40 GigE QSFP+ ports • 128K MAC Table size (3x industry average) • Sub-microsecond latency • Virtual Server and User Network Profiles (vNP, uNP) • VM Management API (Open Standards) • Virtual Chassis support (up to 6 units) • Only 3.3W per 10G port! 13 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • OMNISWITCH 6900 HARDWARE DETAILS Supports 1 GigE Transceivers as well Ethernet Out-of-Band management port, Serial and USB ports OS6900-X40 Optional Module #1 Optional Module #2 Redundant power supplies (AC or DC) Hot swappable fan tray 3+1 fan redundancy, Front to Back cooling OS6900-X20 1RU 14 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INTEROP 2011 – BEST OF INTEROP WINNER CATEGORY: DATA CENTER AND STORAGE Key Elements Recognized by Judges • Provides an innovative edge network mesh and companion switch • Provides an MPLS-compatible core coupled with management software • Designed for today's virtualized workloads • Incremental, modular architecture is one important distinguishing factor eliminating need for forklift Finalists included Juniper and Mellanox while Cisco, HP, and others did NOT make it to the short list 15 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. “Alcatel-Lucent had the most compelling design and supporting products for building extremely scalable, high-performance, cloud-like data center networks suitable for today's virtualized applications.“ Kurt Marko - Judge
  • NEXT GENERATION OF DATA CENTERS OS10K OS10K ETHERNET FABRIC BASED ON POD/MESH • Core Aggregation Access Servers & Storage SAN (Optional) 6900 6900 6900 6900 L2/L3 L2/L3 ToR ToR 6900 6900 ToR ToR EoR 40G inter-TOR Link • L3 High Density 10G Access • L2/L3 No more core switch • Pod Very low latency, no more than 2 µs • Simplified VM Motion and Management • Lossless Ethernet Fabric (FCoE) Ready • Low Price, Low Energy Consumption 16 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INTERACTIVE CAMPUS INTERACTIVE CAMPUS • • • • • • State of the art campus project An interactive information experience across the campus, using Digital displays and “BYOD” device Alerts/Notification/Contextual information Queue Management (Admissions, Interviews, Visitor center etc) Video Concierge and Real Time communications Kiosk, Way Finding and many other tools 17 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • VISUAL CAMPUS VISUAL CAMPUS • SaaS and Hybrid Solution • Easy to use, You-Tube like functionalities, Teacher and Student Generated Content, portal customization (advertising and OTT integration) • Secured infrastructure, Multi-tenant architecture, data privacy management • Open APIs, Integrate with corporate web portal or other enterprise 2.0 collaborative tools – Integrated to UC/Videoconferencing platform and Digital Signage – e.g. OpenTouch Suite • Adaptative HD Encoding (multi-device, multi-format) • Statistics module, video consumption monitoring 18 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • SAFE CAMPUS SAFE CAMPUS ENS AND IPVS • • • • • • Tracking of all emergency calls and panic buttons Exact localization and visual maps display Intelligent routing to the right PSAP Multi-channel notifications to local teams Integrated UC collaboration and conferencing IP video surveillance across all campus locations ANY CALLER LOCAL SECURITY TEAM PSAP 911 19 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • SAFE CAMPUS IN HIGHER EDUCATION CUSTOMERS 20 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • Safe Campus: Starts at the heart of the IP infrastructure OmniSwitch 6850/6450 (PoE ) Alcatel-Lucent IP Cameras Data Center Video Management Server 21 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • Safe Campus: Leveraging Unified Access infrastructure Wireless LAN Infrastructure OmniAccess WLAN AP Wireless Broadcast Capabilities 22 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY THE ARCHITECTURE FOR CHANGE SOLUTION OVERVIEW OS6900s provide 10 Gb/s Core and OS6900s and OS6850Es as Server Farm Switches and OS6450s at Edge, Juniper Firewalls, Alterpoint and Statseeker, Aruba, (Cisco/Avaya/Cenic) VoIP DESIGN ISP area – BGP OS6900s Stacked or MC LAG Server farm area – OSPF OS6900s and 6850s Stacked or MC LAG Campus core and buildings – OSPF OS6900s Stacked or MC LAG Campus edge/access OS6450s Stacked and MC LAG to 6900s 23 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY BEST TECHNOLOGY FOR THE LOWEST TCO • Why choose Alcatel-Lucent? VENDOR Cisco - $24M Alcatel-Lucent - Automated new switch deployment though remote provisioning - Eliminates staging costs (often more $s than switch ) $31.6M Brocade • Ease of deployment $41M Juniper 6900 in core vs. Cat. 6509 6900 for TOR vs. NX7000 6450 for access vs. Cat. 3750-x Cisco required ASR 1006 for routing $123M HP • Better equipment and Innovative Architecture: BID $22M • Lifetime warranty across entire bid line BID AREA CISCO ALU • Warranty upgrade more cost effective Layer 2 $51.0M $14.5M • Equipment re-use/redeployment Layer 3 $18.7M $2.5M • Lower power consumption vs. bulk of competitor systems Layer 2 Maint. $34.4M $1.8M • Cisco network really was $100 million more • California State explains RFP that produced wide delta in Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent bids Layer 3 Maint. $10.6M $0.8M Training $1.0M $0.8M Taxes/Shipping $7.0M $1.7M By Jim Duffy, Network World, October 25, 2012 24 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY THE PRESS Country's largest 4-year university expels Cisco, saves $100 million California State replacing 3,316 switches with Alcatel-Lucent gear By Jim Duffy, Network World October 22, 2012 01:08 PM ET A decision to oust Cisco in favor of Alcatel-Lucent is saving California State University $100 million. Cal State is embarking on an eight-year project to refresh its 23-campus 10G network with thousands of Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitches, which will replace 3,316 Cisco Catalyst switches. The cost of the project is $22 million, but would have been $122 million had CSU stuck with Cisco, says Michel Davidoff, director of cyberinfrastructure at CSU. "It was a no-brainer," he says. TALKING THE TALK: 7 ways Alcatel-Lucent hopes to change the conversation http://m.networkworld.com/news/2012/102512-cisco-csu-263711.html?page=1 Cisco said it had no comment on the CSU claim.. CSU 25 replacing Cisco Catalyst 6500, 4500 and 3750 is switches with Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6900s, COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • SAMPLE OF NORTH AMERICAN EDUCATION CUSTOMERS 26 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • IONA COLLEGE CHOOSES SAFE NAC • IONA College, New Rochelle, New York selects CyberGatekeeper to protect their Wireless Network and seamlessly enable Host Integrity Checking/Campus Network Policy on Students’ laptops. - Solution selected as a replacement for Symantec CIM. - Solution scans Symantec A/V to make sure it is not out-of-date. - Using self remediation through the CyberGatekeeper they will be able to deliver the proper A/V package to all the students without the need to touch the laptops. - ‘Desirable Mode’ enables testing policies before deployment. - Client notification capabilities on policy changes well-liked. - Support for Vista and MAC Platforms was key. 27 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • GORDON COLLEGE TRANSFORMATION OF THE NETWORK AND SERVICES TO DELIVER BETTER EDUCATION CAPABILITIES TO FACULTY AND SERVICES TO STUDENTS “ We can fulfill our president’s vision of a lifelong relationship with students and alumni — anywhere, anytime access to resources. Alcatel-Lucent has been a partner in developing the vision, the blueprint, and delivering products that deliver the services.” – Russell Leathe | Director, Network and Computer Services, Gordon College Project: Integrated voice and data infrastructure to support a full IP environment allowing multiple services (BYOD, Visual Collaboration etc.) Need: Integrate the core faculty and student teaching requirement and services onto a common infrastructure Result: Delivery of leading edge educational services 28 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • INDUSTRY ANALYSTS ENDORSEMENTS – Global “Visionary” in LAN Access Infrastructure (2nd year in a row) – Global “Leader” in Corp Telephony (6th year in a row) – Global “Leader” in both Corporate Telephony & UC – Western Europe “Positive” SMB Unified Communications – Global “Positive” in Enterprise Mobile Communications MAGIC QUADRANT AND MARKET SCOPE 2013 2013 2011 2011 2011 MARKET SCOPE 2013 - Enterprise Networking: Competitive/Very Threatening 2012 – Data Center Switching Mesh – Threatening 2012 – Enterprise Networking – Competitive/Threatening AWARD WINNER 2013 - Customer Value Leadership, Visual Collaboration Award 2012 - Global Market share Leadership SMB 2011 – EMEA Innovative Comm Product of the Year: OpenTouch AWARD WINNER 2012 – Best of Interop for OpenTouch Conversation – Collaboration 2011 – Best of Interop for OmniSwitch 10K – DataCenter AWARD WINNER 2012 – NYC Accessibility Award: Telecommunication products serving People with Disabilities 29 COPYRIGHT © 2013 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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