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Qwest ® Metro Optical Ethernet (QMOE) Clarification to RFP 09-03-13. Tucson Unified School District May 20, 2009. Agenda. Introductions TUSD & Qwest Clarifications to RFP 09-03-13 QMOE Project Site Detail – Customer Responsibility – Entrance Facility Handout of Specifications

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qwest metro optical ethernet qmoe clarification to rfp 09 03 13

Qwest® Metro Optical Ethernet(QMOE)Clarification to RFP 09-03-13

Tucson Unified School District

May 20, 2009

agenda
Agenda
  • Introductions TUSD & Qwest
  • Clarifications to RFP 09-03-13 QMOE Project
  • Site Detail – Customer Responsibility – Entrance Facility
  • Handout of Specifications
  • District Level Design Drawing
  • QMOE Network Component Drawing
  • Phase I Visio Drawing
  • Year I Project Timeline Estimates
  • Year I Project Notes
  • Phase I, II, III Visio Drawing
  • Cisco Equipment List ( CPE)
  • Questions and Answers
introductions qwest team
Introductions-Qwest Team
  • Lynda Santoro Sales Manager II
  • Jim Sanchez Global Account Manager
  • Ed Ruskys Sales Engineer
  • Chris Brown Project Manager
clarifications to rfp 09 03 13
Purpose: “Is to receive clarification on Qwest’s proposal (Existing Contract) in order for TUSD to implement the project”

Question: “ What is included in the Qwest QMOE Proposal that was awarded”?

Clarifications to RFP 09-03-13
clarifications to rfp 09 03 131
Clarifications to RFP 09-03-13

Answer:

QMOE service to all locations at the awarded bandwidth specifications which are 100 Mbps Elementary, 300 Mbps Middle Schools, 500 Mbps High Schools, Morrow Center at the Gbps bandwidth level including Protect Route and QOS.

Monthly Recurring Charges & Components: QMOE, Cisco Equipment, Taxes and Special Billing. When complete, MRC will be: $213,313.

Year 1 MonthlyYear 2 MonthlyYear Monthly

$100,233 $163,403 $213,313

Non Recurring Charges & Components: Special Construction Charge ($298,000), QMOE Install and Cisco Equipment Install ($187,400). Year 2 & 3 the same components. Total: $485,400

Year 1Year 2Year 3

$200,400 $225,500 $59,500

clarifications continued
Clarifications Continued
  • Question: “Who is responsible for the pathway from Qwest’s pop to the router at the sites”? “Proposal indicates Qwest is responsible”
  • Answer: Qwest is responsible for providing fiber up to the property line. The charge of $485K is a one time charge which has been split over 3 years and has been included in your E-Rate submission. (See previous slide for components)
  • Question: “What schools require the pathway and what schools already have it installed”?
  • Answer: These sites have existing fiber paths and will not require further entrance facilities. Morrow Center, Sahuaro H.S., Palo Verde H.S., Pistor Middle School, Rincon H.S. All other locations will require a site visit to determine where on the property line Qwest will meet your facilities.
district level design
District Level Design

Qwest Proprietary and Confidential

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qmoe network components tusd design
QMOE Network Components – TUSD Design

Qwest Proprietary and Confidential

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customer responsibility entrance facility highlights
Customer Responsibility-Entrance Facility Highlights
  • Customer will meet Qwest at the property line
  • Customer will provide a 4” conduit with a pull string
  • Conduit /Inner-duct must pass National Electric Code and all city codes
  • Customer must provide a suitable environment for the equipment.
  • Customer must provide a dust free environment & air conditioned room.
  • Customer must provide adequate lightning.
  • Customer must provide AC power.
  • Customer must provide adequate space on a backboard for all equipment.
  • Project Manager-Chris Brown will work with TUSD on entrance facility specifications. ( Please see “Customer Premise Responsibilities” Handout for a complete list of responsibilities)
year 1 project notes
Year 1 – Project Notes
  • Red sites denote priority sites with a high demand for bandwidth and also represents the fastest install install for Hub Site locations.
  • Beginning in Jul-09 we will complete 4 sites every 90 days until complete.
  • Site survey’s can be completed and priced within 2 weeks or sooner to determine entrance facility costs.
  • Monthly Billing to occur as QMOE sites are turned up.
  • Install charges occur as QMOE sites are turned up.
  • Existing DS1’s and charges will be removed when the TUSD request is made.
  • QOS may be deferred until QMOE is completely installed.
  • Per existing contract, TUSD has agreed to pay Qwest $200,400 to begin the Year 1 QMOE project.
  • As an option, Qwest is willing to defer the $200,400 until the first 8 sites have been installed. (Last of the priority sites)
customer premise equipment cpe
Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)

Qwest Proprietary and Confidential

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customer premise equipment cpe1
Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)

Qwest Proprietary and Confidential

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