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Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Networks
Laying the ground for Tomorrow’s Digital Campus
Heitor Faroni, Neal Tilley
Sep, 2016
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Agenda
1. Market Trends
2. Tomorrow’s Digital Campus
3. IoT Overview
4. Challenges & ALE Solution
5. New Network Product...
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The growing trends of mobility and IoT
*1 Statista.com: http://www.statista.com/statistics/276623/number-of-apps-availab...
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K-12 education technology wave
Digital Textbooks
1 to 1 Ratio
Learning Analytics
Blended Learning
Online Assessment &
Re...
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Higher education trends following K-12, except in funding...
Unified Mobility
Campus & Curriculum Analytics
Blended Expe...
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Mobile challenges in higher education
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The Next Generation Digital Learning Environment
SOCIAL
COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT
COURS ONLINE
REMOTE
LEARNING
BYOD IoT
WEARA...
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Two driving forces shaping the Digital Education
Mobility IoT
The Digital Education
Higher resilience
More wireless cove...
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Some technologies seen at the campus
What’s common?
* Pictures from: https://store.august.com/; http://www.a1securitycam...
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IoT according to Gartner
… and ALE position in the ecosystem vendors spectrum
CommunicationsALE networks
Endpoint conne...
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Ooops! What about Security?
The growing cyber security threat – a trend in Education
Preventing an attack is much less ...
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Meet SharpMinds University
Stadium
Library
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Faculty
Faculty...
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IoT demands coming from a diversity of divisions
They want to use and control their own IoT solution
Automation Lab
Sen...
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University Administration & IT concerns
Maintenance
Cabling
Operations
Training
Overhead
Procurement
Administration
Dep...
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Solution
Tomorrow’s Digital Campus
IoT
Friendly
Pervasive
Mobility &
Collaboration
In Depth
Security
Simplified
Operati...
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One network
Robust, easy to deploy, a virtual network for each business unit
ONE Network
Intelligent Fabric
Auto Virtua...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty
Profile
HV...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Fa...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Fa...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Fa...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Fa...
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The connected university campus
Stadium
Library
Signage
Administration Office
Automation Science Lab
Faculty Student
Fa...
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ALE University reference architecture
SPB standard
- Scalable
- Availability
- Virtualization (Multitenant)
Enabled by ...
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• Simple technology deployment
• Isolated environment
• Easy changes & expansion
• Better students engagement
• Simplif...
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On The Road Home Office SMB/Branch Office Corporate Office Data Center
OS10K
OS6900
OS6860
Network Infrastructure
(Omni...
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High capacity & high-density wired and wireless access
Wave 2 AP’s and multi-gig access switch
OmniAccess AP 334/335
2...
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Enabling IoT connectivity on harsh environments and outdoors
Built to support IoT:
• IoT containment
• iFab
• Flexible ...
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Reliability and versatility: core, distribution an acccess
•Increase capacity
•Consolidate distribution
•Consolidate ac...
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Customers References
North America
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Connecting people, applications and things
Anywhere
Simply, Securely and Reliably
For improved and simplified IoT opera...
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Linkedin.com/company/alcatellucententerprise
Twitter.com/ALUEnterprise
Facebook.com/ALUEnterprise
Youtube.com/user/ente...
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Connecting the Digital Campus - Building Tomorrow's Universities

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Connecting the Digital Campus - Building Tomorrow's Universities

  1. 1. 1 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Networks Laying the ground for Tomorrow’s Digital Campus Heitor Faroni, Neal Tilley Sep, 2016
  2. 2. 2 Agenda 1. Market Trends 2. Tomorrow’s Digital Campus 3. IoT Overview 4. Challenges & ALE Solution 5. New Network Products 6. Conclusion
  3. 3. 3 The growing trends of mobility and IoT *1 Statista.com: http://www.statista.com/statistics/276623/number-of-apps-available-in-leading-app-stores/ *2 IDC press release on 03Mar2016 - http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS41061616 *3 Gartner Report: Infrastructure and Operations Leaders: Prepare for the IoT Rush, 1 March 2016 270B App Downloads by 2017 *1 1.5B Smartphones to be shipped in 2016 *2 IoT endpoints will grow to 20.8B units in 2020 *3 Student & Faculty using Mobile Apps exponentially Education Technology is tailored to mobile devices Next Gen Learning Applications are Device agnostic & cloud based IoT endpoints already across the campus Wearable, Personal Assistance, Sensor tech becoming more mature in EDU.
  4. 4. 4 K-12 education technology wave Digital Textbooks 1 to 1 Ratio Learning Analytics Blended Learning Online Assessment & Remediation Personalized Learning Experiences BYOD Game based learning
  5. 5. 5 Higher education trends following K-12, except in funding... Unified Mobility Campus & Curriculum Analytics Blended Experiences Cross Purpose Environment (Education, Social, Entertainment, Communication & Safety) EDUCAUSE – Higher Education 2016 CIO’s Top Issues 1. Information Security is #1 IT issue 2. Optimizing Education Technology 3. Student Success linked technology 4. IT workforce retention 5. IT funding models 6. Data management 7. Analytics 8. Integration of enterprise applications 9. Professional development of IT staff 10. Online / Virtual / Blended learning Moving away from Traditional to Digital Campus (NGDLE)
  6. 6. 6 Mobile challenges in higher education
  7. 7. 7 The Next Generation Digital Learning Environment SOCIAL COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COURS ONLINE REMOTE LEARNING BYOD IoT WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY ONLINE COURSES
  8. 8. 8 Two driving forces shaping the Digital Education Mobility IoT The Digital Education Higher resilience More wireless coverage Network InfrastructureFaster response time More apps diversity More devices/student Connectivity anywhere Diversity of users Tighter security More devices to connect Smart classrooms/building mgmt Beyond the buildings Faculties and admin adopting IoT Higher performance & density IoT traffic containment Higher dependency on the network Low latency
  9. 9. 9 Some technologies seen at the campus What’s common? * Pictures from: https://store.august.com/; http://www.a1securitycameras.com/axis/; http://www.greensahc.com/goodman_hvac_iowa.php http://www.mitasprinklers.com/impact-sprinklers.html; http://www.salford.ac.uk/computing-science-engineering/subjects/robotics-and-systems-engineering http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2498223,00.asp; http://sparc-robotics.eu/fusion-energy/; http://www.hancockcollege.edu/stem/ http://www.securityinfowatch.com/product/12065885/axis-communications-axis-a8004-ve-network-video-door-station; IoT is becoming a common element in the university campus
  10. 10. 10 IoT according to Gartner … and ALE position in the ecosystem vendors spectrum CommunicationsALE networks Endpoint connectivity is standardizing on Ethernet, WiFi, wireless gateways and PoE
  11. 11. 11 Ooops! What about Security? The growing cyber security threat – a trend in Education Preventing an attack is much less expensive than recovering from an attack
  12. 12. 12 Meet SharpMinds University Stadium Library Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Users Communications & Mobility Phones Computing Network Infra Application Servers Data Center IT Director
  13. 13. 13 IoT demands coming from a diversity of divisions They want to use and control their own IoT solution Automation Lab Sensors, Actuators Network Infra IoT Platforms • Operational - Freedom to deploy devices when and where they want without asking permission from IT - They want their own Eth network for traffic segregation (quality/integrity) - Seamless endpoint connectivity • Technical requirements - L2 broadcast - Fixed IP addressing / VLAN • Digital Security - Prevent inappropriate endpoint access - Concern with compliance This new state of the art automation lab is essential for multiple discipline and can be used in many PHD research projects Professor Digital signage, door locks, video cams Security Network Infra IoT Platforms I can improve the campus safety considerably Head of security
  14. 14. 14 University Administration & IT concerns Maintenance Cabling Operations Training Overhead Procurement Administration Deployment Chancellor & Vice Chancellors Research Prestige Budget Students admissions & retentionRanking IT Director
  15. 15. 15 Solution Tomorrow’s Digital Campus IoT Friendly Pervasive Mobility & Collaboration In Depth Security Simplified Operations Ultra Performance Building Blocks ALE Universities Reference Architecture Unified Access Intelligent Fabric Smart Analytics IoT Containment
  16. 16. 16 One network Robust, easy to deploy, a virtual network for each business unit ONE Network Intelligent Fabric Auto Virtual Chassis Auto Topology Self Healing Network Virtualization Facilities Automation Labs Campus Security Facilities Network (HVAC system) Automation Lab NetworkSecurity Network
  17. 17. 17 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Profile HVAC System ProfileSecurity Profile Student Profile Automation Lab Profile Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Universal Profile
  18. 18. 18 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory HVAC System Container Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security HVAC System Profile
  19. 19. 19 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Automation Lab Profile Automation Lab Container
  20. 20. 20 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Campus Security Container Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Security Profile • Allow SIP video • Allow Door lock protocol • Drop all other traffic
  21. 21. 21 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Faculty Container Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Faculty Profile
  22. 22. 22 The connected university campus Stadium Library Signage Administration Office Automation Science Lab Faculty Student Faculty Faculty Student Dormitory Students Container Classify Authorize Auto Provision Container Quality Security Students Profile
  23. 23. 23 ALE University reference architecture SPB standard - Scalable - Availability - Virtualization (Multitenant) Enabled by one network with simple operations, high reliability and tight security • Accessible only by compliant devices • Contains only the traffic from the individuals and devices desired • Provides the quality necessary to run IoT systems successfully • Consistent experience everywhere with any device (mobility) UA with Smart Analytics - Auto Containment - Authentication - Rogue traffic prevention Intelligent Fabric - Auto Chassis - Auto Topology - Self healing A secure, simple, virtualized network
  24. 24. 24 • Simple technology deployment • Isolated environment • Easy changes & expansion • Better students engagement • Simplified campus operations • Minimal dependency Colleges & Divisions Benefits for the entire university IT Department • Easy IT operations • Improved cyber security • High availability • Multi tenant • Enable technology adoption (IoT, Mobility, etc) • Enable excellence in education • Increase the campus prestige • Maximize the limited budget • Promote a student blended experience • Increase students admission Chancellor & Vice Chancellors
  25. 25. 25 On The Road Home Office SMB/Branch Office Corporate Office Data Center OS10K OS6900 OS6860 Network Infrastructure (OmniVista) OS6855 OA4XXX IAP, AP, RAP VPN Client Management Wide Area Network Local Area Network Core Access VIA Advanced Policy & BYOD (ClearPass) Enterprise Services Router OA5800 ESR OA5700 ESR OS6450 OS6350 OS9900 New network products A comprehensive portfolio from campus to DC Virtual Machine Manager (OmniVista) OA5725 ESR OS6865 OS6860E-P24Z8 AP3XX IAP3XX
  26. 26. 26 High capacity & high-density wired and wireless access Wave 2 AP’s and multi-gig access switch OmniAccess AP 334/335 2.5G (802.3bz) + GigE Hitless PoE failover OmniSwitch 6860E-P24Z8 8 x 2.5G ports (+ 16 x 1G) 4x10G uplinks, 2x20G stacking Embedded DPI SPB 8 x HPoE (75W), 16 x PoE+  OmniAccess IAP 324/325 Two GigE Flagship Controller less Cost effective OmniAccess AP 314/315 One GigE Unified Access: • More bandwidth • IoT containment • Flexible power options • Higher density Wave 2 AP’s (MU-MIMO) Stacks with any switch in the 6860 family! Works with all current controllers and AP’s! IoT device Note: AP version already released 6860E – the most versatile stacking family for Mobility and IoT
  27. 27. 27 Enabling IoT connectivity on harsh environments and outdoors Built to support IoT: • IoT containment • iFab • Flexible power management • Clock Synchronization OmniSwitch 6865-P16X SPB and L3 switching HPoE (75W) High PoE budget (AC and DC PS) IEEE 1588v2* 10G uplinks No Fans Environmental compliance: NEMA TS2  IP30 rating,  IEC for mechanical shock, vibration, etc * hardware ready – software on Q1 2017
  28. 28. 28 Reliability and versatility: core, distribution an acccess •Increase capacity •Consolidate distribution •Consolidate access •Consolidate storage and server •Integrate WAN connection 1/10GigE VM aware 10 Tbps (VC) Less gear; lower latency GigE w/HPoE Up to 40G (25/100 ready) Bandwidth for tomorrow, less equipment to maintain, simpler to operate OmniSwitch 9900Improved performance •IoT containment Virtual networks
  29. 29. 29 Customers References North America
  30. 30. 30 Connecting people, applications and things Anywhere Simply, Securely and Reliably For improved and simplified IoT operations and deployment Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Network The foundation for Tomorrow’s Digital Campus
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