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UF Telecom Standards Overview ITAC-Network Infrastructure. Presented By John Madey Associate Director Computing & Networking Services Telecommunications & Network Infrastructure November 12, 2009. Road Map for Today. Standards background Quick overview Highlights Next Steps. Background.

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Uf telecom standards overview itac network infrastructure

UF Telecom Standards OverviewITAC-Network Infrastructure

Presented By

John Madey

Associate Director

Computing & Networking Services

Telecommunications & Network Infrastructure

November 12, 2009


Road map for today

Road Map for Today

  • Standards background

  • Quick overview

  • Highlights

  • Next Steps


Background

Background

  • Current version dated May 2005

  • Used as a starting point for new construction design / major renovations

  • Addresses physical infrastructure

    • Structured cabling systems

    • Information transport systems


Overview

Overview

  • Sections cover major components:

    • Telecom Rooms

    • Backbone Cabling

    • Horizontal Cabling

    • Outside Plant

    • Labeling and documentation

  • Appendix provide additional detail

  • Tracked variance requests, industry trends and internal review


Highlights

Highlights

  • Access to all Telecom Spaces:

    • Card Access

    • Page 8


Highlights1

Highlights

  • Entrance Facility / Main Telecommunications Room/ Telecom Room Backboard:

    • Use readyspec backboard

    • Page 8


Highlights2

Highlights

  • Section 4.0 Telecom Room Size:

    • 10’ X 12’ space

    • 5’ X 14’ room with 2 sets of double doors

    • Stacked

    • Page 12


Highlights3

Highlights

  • Section 6.0 Horizontal Pathways:

    • No “J hooks” for new construction

    • Use cable tray (conduit stubbed out to tray)

    • Renovations / existing – some times no choice


Highlights4

Highlights

  • Section 7.0 WAO (Work Area Outlet):

    • Use to be 3 cables – 2 data one voice

    • Now – just 2 cables

    • Minimum – user needs may add more

    • Page 18


Highlights5

Highlights

  • Section 8.0 Backbone cabling:

    • Intra-building fiber

    • Page 19


Highlights6

Highlights

  • Section 9.0 Horizontal Cabling:

    • Reinforce telecom standards must be followed by other low voltage systems.

    • Page 22


Highlights7

Highlights

  • Section 11.0 Deliverables:

    • Page 27


Highlights8

Highlights

  • Section 17.0 Blue Light Phones -- NEW

    • New section

    • Use Talk-A-Phone products

    • Appendix – installation detail

  • Section 18.0 Mass Notification System -- NEW

    • IP Paging via InformaCast

    • Indoor / Outdoor IP Speakers

    • Outdoor Loudspeakers


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Review and incorporate feedback from:

    • Network community

    • Facilities Planning & Construction

    • Consulting Engineers

  • Send out and present to:

    • FP&C – overview meeting

    • PPD – overview meeting

    • Contractors


Contact info

Contact Info

John Madey

University of Florida

Computing & Networking Services

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 352.273.1113


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