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  • 1. Wireless Technology & Infrastructure
    • What it is and how to get it in your projects
  • 2. Agenda
    • Mobile Landscape
    • All about Wi-Fi
      • Tech primer
      • How to get it
    • Cellular Stuff
      • Strategic Mobile Initiative
      • Coverage & Discounts
      • m.UW and mobile apps
  • 3. Mobile Landscape
    • We’re not in Kansas anymore
  • 4. Wireless
    • Wi-Fi
      • Data
      • Voice
    • Cellular
      • Voice
      • Data
    • WiMax
    • Other Technologies
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  • 5. On the move...
    • Mobile communication is primary for many.
    • 20% of people replaced landline phone with cell phone
    • Wi-Fi enabled cell phones will surpass PCs by 2011
    • Laptops out sell desktops
    • Texting, Facebook, IM, Twitter rapidly replacing voice/email
    Mobile Trends
  • 6. All about Wifi
    • Usage, Infrastructure & Capability
  • 7. UW Wireless - Wifi Wired 63% ~ 300,000 unique network devices in 2008
  • 8. Wired 63% WiFi 37% Wifi ~ 110,000 unique Wifi devices in 2008
  • 9. What it means... Wired 63% WiFi 37%
    • Usage doubling every 15 months
    • Used not only by laptops, but from:
    • iPhones to netbooks
    • from Playstations to vending vachines
    • from television to telephone
    • from printers to IV pumps
    • Robust wireless is expected
    Wifi
  • 10. now mission critical
    • no longer a network of convenience
    Wireless is
  • 11. Wi-Fi Technology
      • an overview
  • 12. Access Points Wifi Tech
  • 13. Back End Controllers Wifi Tech
  • 14. A lot of wires Wifi Tech
  • 15. Wi-Fi for your projects
      • How do I get it?
  • 16. Process Overview INTAKE DESIGN INSTALL DOCUMENT
  • 17. Intake INTAKE DESIGN INSTALL DOCUMENT
    • Discern Request
    • Route to Project Analyst
    • Gather Customer Requirements
  • 18. Design INTAKE INSTALL DOCUMENT
    • Submit to Contractor
    • UW Technology Review/Comment
    DESIGN
    • UW Tech Design Based on Customer Requirements
  • 19. Design INSTALL INTAKE DOCUMENT
    • Contractor Purchase
    • Contractor Config
    • Contactor Install
    DESIGN
    • UW Tech P.A. Purchase
    • UW Tech Edge Config
    • UW Tech L1 Install
  • 20. Document DOCUMENT INSTALL INTAKE
    • As-Builts
    • Post Site Survey
    DESIGN
    • As-Builts
  • 21. Cellular
      • Coverage, Contract & Capability
  • 22. Strategic Mobile Initiative
    • Bringing world class mobile to UW
    • Strategic partnerships
    • Carrier partners AT&T and T-Mobile
    • Coverage improvements, discounts, etc
    • m.UW iPhone/BB/Mobile web apps
    • More
    Cell Contracts
  • 23. Cell Sites Cellular Tech
  • 24.
    • $2M invested in infrastruture
    • T-Mobile added 4 cell sites - Haggett - Chemistry - Suzzallo - BB Tower
    • AT&T adds 3 new (4 total) - BB Tower (current) - Haggett - Mary Gates - Harborview
    Cell Coverage
  • 25. Alphabet Soup
    • CDMA
    • GSM
    • EVDO
    • HSPA
    • LTE
    • UMTS
    • 3G
    • 4G
    Cellular Tech
  • 26. The Essentials
    • Two incompatible technologies
      • Verizon/Sprint Nextel use one
      • AT&T/T-Mobile use the other
    • 2G, 3G, 4G
      • G stands for generation, 3G is the 3rd generation cell technology
      • 3G is the current state of the art
    • 4G arrives with... Wait for it
      • Two incompatible technologies
    Cellular Tech
  • 27. Cellular
      • Contracts and Revenue
  • 28. AT&T
    • Discounts
    • 21% University paid service (CRU)
    • 18% Employee, personal use (IRU)
    • 10% Students
    • 25% most phones and accessories
    • Funding back to UW
    • Key Selling Points
    • iPhone, iPhone, iPhone
    • Blackberry
    • Business Pooled plans
    Cell Contracts
  • 29. T-Mobile
    • Discounts
    • 15% University paid service (CRU)
    • 15% Employee, personal use (IRU)
    • 15% Students
    • Variable discount on most phones and accessories
    • Key Selling Points
    • $34 unlimited calling for UW paid accounts
    • $50 unlimited calling for employees/students
    • Voice over wifi
    • Android phones
    Cell Contracts
  • 30. Questions? David Morton ............................. Vernon Wells ............................. [email_address] [email_address] What it is and how to get it in your projects