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The Game of Zones – The future of the Converged Campus
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GAME OF ZONES? MineCraft
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KEY TRENDS DRIVING NEW LEARNINGSource:CenterforDigitalEducation–Sp...
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PERSONAL LEARNING – MOVING TO GAMIFICATION
MOOC / OER are teaching...
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HISTORY DuoLingo
Ribbon Hero
ClassDojo
GoalBook
Coursera –Ivy Leag...
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HOW SUCCESSFUL CAN GAMIFICATION BE? Gamers?
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WHAT IS DRIVING CHANGE IN BYOD?
KEEPING PACE WITH PROSUMERS NEW WA...
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NEW LEVELS OF CUSTOMIZATION –
Lecture Capture, Online Campus (LMS)...
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SIMPLE ACTIONS, MULTIPLE STEPS, MULTIMEDIA REQUIREMENTS
From any d...
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THE NETWORK IS AT THE CORE OF YOUR FUTURE
Instructional
Technology
Visual & Interactive
Guaranteed
Service Level
Studen...
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WHAT ZONES DO YOU MEAN?
THE NETWORK ZONES WILL NEEDS TO SUPPORT A...
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UNIFIED ACCESS
Edge Switch
Access
Points
WLAN
Controller
PROVIDE ...
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THE IMPORTANCE OF NETWORKING
3-to-1
student/device
Immersive
Teac...
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UNIFIED ZONES - USER PROFILING
Delivering SLA to BYOD
VLAN
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ACC...
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MAPPING ZONES TO RESOURCES
USER
Student Faculty Admin Guest
DEVIC...
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ZONES NEED MONITORING
Apps dashboard
Application visibility & c...
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STRENGTH THE ZONE FOUNDATION
The evolution of the LAN edge
Appl...
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CORE TO ZONE RIGHTSIZING
Right sizing
Virtual Chassis
Low cost...
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PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE / DO NOT FORGET THE PAST
Migrate to 802.1...
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FREELY MOVE BETWEEN ZONES
Match to another AP
DEVICE TYPE INTERFE...
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ACCESS RESOURCES IN ZONES
User X
Prof: Faculty
User A
Prof: Stude...
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CREATE AN ORACLE
Unified Network Management
Single pane of glas...
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SURVEY THE COMMON PEOPLE AND PLAN YOUR FUTURE
Obsolete
Last
Gener...
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RECOGNIZING THE CHALLENGES OF LEGACY
• Aging networks that can no...
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IT AS A STRATEGIC ASSET
• Remain vital by continually looking for...
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HOW TO BUILD THAT STRATEGIC PLAN
Surveys
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NEXT GENERATION NETWORK FOR NEXT GENERATION STUDENTS
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THE OUTCOME...
More collaboration, teamwork and knowledge sharing...
GUIDELINES
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
A solution provides application layer visibilit...
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
Is your network ready to support next gen class...
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PLAN FOR PERVASIVE WLAN DEPLOYMENT
Plan for density
120 devices...
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
Do you have old unsupported equipment in server...
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
Avoid multiple management platforms
Adopt unif...
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
Choose simple automated onboarding
Capability ...
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WHAT TO PLAN FOR
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ALCATEL-LUCENT SOLUTION FOR NEXT GENERATION NETWORK
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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY – CASE STUDY
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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Best technology for the lowest TCO
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Education Technology is more influential than ever before. The network is no longer just a loyal subject, but a strategic asset that will attract & retain students. This presentation outlines an enlightening tale of how choices in network directions will dictate the university’s future students and future faculty.
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  1. 1. COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The Game of Zones – The future of the Converged Campus This is a placeholder image only. Please select an image to reflect the content of your PPT presentation. Visit our approved corporate photography collection on the MarCom Store at: https://all.alcatel-lucent.com/marcomstore/
  2. 2. 2 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. GAME OF ZONES? MineCraft © Mojang and 4J Studios
  3. 3. 3 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. KEY TRENDS DRIVING NEW LEARNINGSource:CenterforDigitalEducation–SpecialReport:SmartInfrastructure2013
  4. 4. 4 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PERSONAL LEARNING – MOVING TO GAMIFICATION MOOC / OER are teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others. Open educational resources include full courses, course materials, modules, digital textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge. © Activison ©2014 Fitbit Inc.
  5. 5. 5 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. HISTORY DuoLingo Ribbon Hero ClassDojo GoalBook Coursera –Ivy League Mr Pai’s Class Course Hero Brainscape Socrative 101 Lumosity Edulify Code Academy Playing with pigs World without Oil
  6. 6. COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. HOW SUCCESSFUL CAN GAMIFICATION BE? Gamers? Average Gamer 35years old 68% Gamers over 18 Years Old 47% Gamers are Women More Adult Woman than Under 18 Male Source: Entertainment Software Association (2012) Yu-Kai Chou, Stanford University http://youtu.be/v5Qjuegtiyc Foldit – Breakthrough in AIDS (University of Washington)
  7. 7. 7 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT IS DRIVING CHANGE IN BYOD? KEEPING PACE WITH PROSUMERS NEW WAYS OF EDUCATING BROADBAND ACCESS “ANYWARE” VIRTUAL ACCESS
  8. 8. 8 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NEW LEVELS OF CUSTOMIZATION – Lecture Capture, Online Campus (LMS) Classroom DVR, Webinar, revision, class-work, research projects, VR / Gamification. Integrate in to teaching portals and website Link IP CCTV and Lecture capture Publish Online Course and lessons Real time Connectivity of onboard Cameras Link to existing Video Library & Content Integrate to LMS & SIS (single sign on) Add video content to class work
  9. 9. 9 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SIMPLE ACTIONS, MULTIPLE STEPS, MULTIMEDIA REQUIREMENTS From any device PC, tablet, smartphone On Collaborative portal or embedded on your portal or social network Get Feedback Likes, comments, reports With Colleagues, Students, Tutors, Parents, Communities Record using your device’s camera or upload your content, Title, tag, edit & describe it LOG-IN CREATE POST SHARE EVALUATE
  10. 10. 10 THE NETWORK IS AT THE CORE OF YOUR FUTURE Instructional Technology Visual & Interactive Guaranteed Service Level Student & Teacher Interaction University Network Agnostic Communications DEVICE INDEPENDANCE Collaborative teaching F2F & VIRTUAL Simplified Unified Management GAMIFICATION
  11. 11. 11 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT ZONES DO YOU MEAN? THE NETWORK ZONES WILL NEEDS TO SUPPORT ADVANCEMENT IN TEACHING AND STUDENT REQUIREMENTS PERVASIVE WLAN LAN EDGE EVOLUTION LAN CORE RIGHTSIZING Bandwidth Quality Secure Ready to Unify Bandwidth Quality Secure Ready to Unify Performance Quality UNIFY THE ACCESS Same network services Unified Network Mgmt Unified Policy Mgmt Enable BYOD
  12. 12. 12 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UNIFIED ACCESS Edge Switch Access Points WLAN Controller PROVIDE CONSISTENT NETWORK SERVICES ON WIRED AND WIRELESS PERSONALIZATION OF APPLE DEVICES’ SERVICEAIRGROUP VDI APPLICATION FLUENCYVDI FLUENCY SIP / VIDEO FLUENCYMULTIMEDIA FLUENCY SERVICE LEVEL BY USERPROFILINGBYOD SERVICES SEAMLESS NETWORK SERVICES POLICY BYOD SERVICES
  13. 13. 13 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE IMPORTANCE OF NETWORKING 3-to-1 student/device Immersive Teaching Simultaneous access to F2F and Online course Network delivery of curriculum & sharable content State/Federal student achievement goals Network & Communication Requirements Amount of blended / interactive learning Initiatives Personalized Learning Network & Communication Design Challenges High quality experience expected Multimedia learning and test apps Embracing high density of student devices while avoiding network overload Secured environment Expect instant review of progress (Professor/student)
  14. 14. 14 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UNIFIED ZONES - USER PROFILING Delivering SLA to BYOD VLAN 10 ACCESS ALL HIGH BWDTH HIGH PRIORITY Faculty VLAN 30 INTERNET ONLY MEDIUM BWDTH LOW PRIORITY GUEST VLAN 20 NO Faculty Servers MEDIUM BWDTH MEDIUM PRIORITY Student Unified access NETWORK PROVISIONING SECURITY PROFILE QUALITY OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS PRIORITY USERS DEVICES USER NETWORK PROFILE uNP Specific AirGroup All AirGroups No AirGroups
  15. 15. 15 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. MAPPING ZONES TO RESOURCES USER Student Faculty Admin Guest DEVICE + SmartphoneTabletDesktopPrinter IP Phone SITUATION + Time Location PostureMedium = WWW QuarantineServers Email Email Video Game Social media APPLICATION + POLICY TO BE ENFORCED UNIFIED NETWORK ACCESS FOR ALL CONSTITUENTS
  16. 16. 16 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ZONES NEED MONITORING Apps dashboard Application visibility & control Improved diagnostics for latency sensitive application Role based policy actions Bandwidth contract per application or per application group basis Prioritization of education traffic over personal Web category/reputation
  17. 17. 17 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. STRENGTH THE ZONE FOUNDATION The evolution of the LAN edge Application Fluent Ready for Unified management Authentication enforcement Powers modern WiFi access points Open to advanced policy enforcement Won’t throttle your WLAN Fixed LAN Access designed for next gen classroom
  18. 18. 18 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CORE TO ZONE RIGHTSIZING Right sizing Virtual Chassis Low cost connectivity: 10GBaseT Application Fluent Highly available High performance Unified management Won’t throttle your WLAN Compare to redundant modular chassis • Less complexity • Lower energy consumption • Less rack space
  19. 19. 19 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE / DO NOT FORGET THE PAST Migrate to 802.11 AC technology Faster 802.11n devices  Vastly improves reliability of connections Higher throughput  Gigabit Wi-Fi A single AP serves more Wi-Fi clients  Addresses client density issue 8 antenna AP4 antenna client e.g. PC 2 antenna client e.g. smartphone single antenna client e.g. smartphone 2 antenna client e.g. smartphone AP B C D
  20. 20. 20 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. FREELY MOVE BETWEEN ZONES Match to another AP DEVICE TYPE INTERFERENCELOCATION CONGESTION REAL-TIME RF CORRELATION Enables use of 802.11ac Wi-Fi rates 98% of mobile devices with higher signal quality 94% better performance for “sticky” clients 88% higher network performance
  21. 21. 21 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ACCESS RESOURCES IN ZONES User X Prof: Faculty User A Prof: Student User B Prof: Student FIRST AND ONLY VENDOR TO SUPPORT AIRGROUP ON WIRED AND WIRELESS LAN Policy based network access control with AirGroup Visibility and access based on user, device and location Benefits for schools Enables the use of Apple /DLNA devices across the School network Users self-register devices Users customize device accessibility Classroom Library Engineering Bldg
  22. 22. 22 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CREATE AN ORACLE Unified Network Management Single pane of glass Unified application fluency provisioning, security provisioning and troubleshooting Provision data center infrastructure to assist virtual machines deployment Enable automated moves for virtual machines in the data center Interfaces with VMware Vcenter and Citrix XenServer hypervisors PAY AS YOU GROW LOWER OPEX ONE VENDOR 1 UNIFIED MANAGEMENT SECURTIY PROVISON VM SUPPORT TROUBLE SHOOTING APPLICATION FLUENT
  23. 23. 23 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SURVEY THE COMMON PEOPLE AND PLAN YOUR FUTURE Obsolete Last Generation State of the Market Leading Edge Emerging Technology Current State Future State Partial wireless coverage Complete campus coverage Centrex OmniPCX Enterprise Ad hoc cell phone usage Corporate mobile device policy Paper /web directories Enterprise Communications (fixed & mobile) Ad hoc Skype usage Enterprise grade video collaboration No wireless print capability Print from anywhere to anywhere Mix of MS Outlook and MeetingMaker Commodity productivity tools
  24. 24. 24 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. RECOGNIZING THE CHALLENGES OF LEGACY • Aging networks that can not meet expectations • Limited wireless capabilities that effects service • Not yet able to support a 21st century learning environment • Very low priority for the quality of user experience • Unable to achieve future goals without making changes • Wired access and wireless access points were completely autonomous / separate • Students can not log on or could not maintain a connection when they were moving across campus • The coverage and capacity needed to meet quality expectations in all areas of the campus
  25. 25. 25 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. IT AS A STRATEGIC ASSET • Remain vital by continually looking forward and planning for the needs of the next generation of students • Recognizing the significant role technology now plays in the lives of all students • A major technology decisions as part of the college strategic plan • Equip all undergraduate students entering the college with the right technology, any time, anywhere • Enable faculty to explore ways to make the best use of technology for teaching both in and out of the classroom
  26. 26. 26 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. HOW TO BUILD THAT STRATEGIC PLAN Surveys • Strong wired and wireless Internet is very important to parents • Students looking at college options, not just for the learning process, but also for their social and entertainment needs • Align with a survey of the network in the Strategy plan Challenges • Create a new network that can support a Hybrid (Online & F2F) environment • Improve wired and wireless access everywhere on campus • Provide high quality data, video and multimedia communications at any time • Attract students with an advanced wired and wireless network infrastructure Plan • Create the “classroom flip” model of learning • Students access online lectures • Access real resources outside of class • Professors spend more time working directly with students
  27. 27. 27 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NEXT GENERATION NETWORK FOR NEXT GENERATION STUDENTS • The fastest, most reliable converged network possible campus-wide to meet the expectations today’s students have of communications technology both in and out of the classroom • Help your College achieve its communications objectives and enable a more collaborative learning environment • Gives a competitive advantage in our efforts to attract and retain students • Positions the college at the forefront of thinking • Leverage corporate and commercial grade technologies to build education networks • The classroom walls are totally removed • Teaching, Learning and Collaboration can happen anywhere on campus, anytime it’s appropriate
  28. 28. 28 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE OUTCOME... More collaboration, teamwork and knowledge sharing enabled across the Universal University, using a New Integrated, Secure Network Students get tailored, interactive, learning experiences with unified access campus-wide Design a network that can handle that level of use and deliver a high quality experience anywhere on campus
  29. 29. GUIDELINES
  30. 30. 30 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Ability to prioritize various learning streams and specific application traffic on both wired and wireless network Capable of restricting non-learning traffic Ensure all devices get their fair share of network resources on both wired and wireless network Choose a solution that securely enables network-based audio video services over wired and wireless networks, and Allows you to enforce policy-controlled access
  31. 31. 31 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR A solution provides application layer visibility & control through implementation of Software Defined Networks (SDN) Bandwidth contract per App and App groups over both wired and wireless network Provides higher priority for testing traffic Devices get fair share of network access through role based policy implementation and airtime fairness
  32. 32. 32 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Is your network ready to support next gen class room apps and mobility? Is wired networks ready to apply policies to users, devices and applications based on the same contextual data as wireless? Is the wired network ready for next gen wireless ? Avoid traffic congestion with at least 1 GbE ports at the edge Avoid bottlenecks with at least 10 gig uplinks POE+ support is required to take full advantage of 802.11AC Access Point Does Core/distribution switches provide 10 GbE ports with 40 GbE uplinks ? Avoid bottlenecks with 10/40 gig uplinks
  33. 33. 33 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PLAN FOR PERVASIVE WLAN DEPLOYMENT Plan for density 120 devices in a class of 30 students (3-4 per student/teacher + Apple TV / DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) Devices + wireless printer etc) Assess application WLAN bandwidth needs HD-quality video streaming – 4 Mbps/user Interactive learning games – 1 Mbps/user Online Gaming in HD (Multiplayer) 4mbps x n Eliminate roaming issues – sticky clients Applications Approximate Bandwidth/User Web Browsing & Email 500kbps Online Learning 250kbps Audio Streaming 100kbps School Portal 250kbps TV-Quality Video Streaming to a Desktop 700kbps Basic Video Conferencing 1mbps HD Video Conferencing and Tele- learning 4mbps HD-quality Video Streaming 4mbps Interactive Online Learning Games 1mbps Two-way Online Gaming in HD 4mbps
  34. 34. 34 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Do you have old unsupported equipment in server room / data center? Replace old unsupported network equipments with at 10 G / 40 G capable switches with latency less a few micro seconds Supports storage convergence strategies using IP Consider virtualizing your district server room / data center network Important that network understands applications that are important to K-12 Supports Automation to release burden on IT Staff in schools Adopt network architecture that support “pay as you grow” strategy to meet the Broadband initiatives
  35. 35. 35 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Avoid multiple management platforms Adopt unified management solution that provide better IT time & resource management Manage, provision and monitor policies across access layer – wired and wireless Capable of provisioning application fluency across access networks Capable of provisioning and monitoring of datacenter infrastructure Capable of managing BYOD services ( what device and where) Cloud-based management Simplicity & cost reduction
  36. 36. 36 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Choose simple automated onboarding Capability of captive portal or 802.1X authentication on both wired and wireless network seamlessly Unburden the IT staff from previously manual tasks that often led lack of security on a network Enforce legal compliance for students and others Enforce differentiated access to network Context based access & policy enforcement for consistent simplified network access EMBRACE BYOD AND PROVIDE GUEST ACCESS WITH CONFIDENCE
  37. 37. 37 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WHAT TO PLAN FOR Explore possibility of replacing projectors with Apple TVs or other suitable DLNA devices Ensure these devices are secured and can’t be hijacked! Real-time sharing of content when required Choose an access management solution that securely enables network-based audio video services over wired and wireless networks Look for a solution that lets you control which AirPlay and AirPrint devices are visible to teachers, students and staff This visibility should be based on a user’s role, location and what device they’re using LEVERAGE LOW COST TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLASS ROOM DISPLAY/PROJECTION
  38. 38. 38 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ALCATEL-LUCENT SOLUTION FOR NEXT GENERATION NETWORK Most flexible network design for delivering Unified Access with consistent network services on wired and wireless networks Single vendor for LAN, WLAN, BYOD needs extending into LAN Core, WAN and Datacenter including professional services Network Infrastructure (OmniVista) Service Level (VitalSuite) IP address Management (VitalQIP) MPLS Service Router Branch Routers Remote Connectivity Rural/Remote Elementary School Middle/High School District Data Center Access Policy & BYOD (ClearPass) OS10K OS6900 OS9000E OS6850E/ OS6855 OS6450 OS6250 OA4x04, OA4x50 IAP, AP, RAP VPN Client Management Wide Area Network (WAN) Local Area Network (LAN & WLAN) Core Unified Access OA5800 ESROA5700 ESR7750 SRMPLS WAN & LAN (5620 SAM) VIA BYOD BUILT-IN
  39. 39. 39 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY – CASE STUDY The architecture for change Solution Overview OS6900s provide 10Gbps Core & OS6900s & OS6850Es as Server Farm Switches & OS6450s at Edge, Juniper Firewalls, Alterpoint & Statseeker, Aruba, (Cisco/Avaya/Cenic) VoIP Design ISP Area – BGP OS6900's Stacked or MC LAG Server Farm Area – OSPF OS6900's & 6850's Stacked or MC LAG Campus Core & Buildings - OSPF OS6900's Stacked or MC LAG Campus Edge/Access OS6450's Stacked & MC LAG to 6900's
  40. 40. 40 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY Best technology for the lowest TCO Cisco network really was $100 million more California State explains RFP that produced wide delta in Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent bids By Jim Duffy, Network World, October 25, 2012 Vendor Bid Cisco $123M HP $41M Juniper $31.6M Brocade $24M Alcatel-Lucent $22M Bid Area Cisco ALU Layer 2 $51.0M $14.5M Layer 3 $18.7M $2.5M Layer 2 Maint. $34.4M $1.8M Layer 3 Maint. $10.6M $0.8M Training $1.0M $0.8M Taxes/Shipping $7.0M $1.7M Why choose ALU?  Better equipment & Innovative Architecture: - 6900 in core vs. Cat. 6509 - 6900 for TOR vs. NX7000 - 6450 for access vs. Cat. 3750-x - Cisco required ASR 1006 for routing  Ease of Deployment - Automated new switch deployment though remote provisioning - Eliminates Staging costs (often more $’s than Switch )  Lifetime Warranty across entire bid line  Warranty Upgrade more cost effective  Equipment Re-use/Redeployment  Lower Power consumption vs. bulk of competitor systems
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