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CEN FY 2015 Draft Pricing. CEN – FY 15 Pricing. (Includes Internet, transport, and Internet2). Proposed revision to existing policy to fix usage for the Fiscal Year and recalibrate annually when the rates change. Network Costs. Network Revenue. Narrative.

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Cen fy 2015 draft pricing

CEN FY 2015Draft Pricing


Cen fy 15 pricing

CEN – FY 15 Pricing

  • (Includes Internet, transport, and Internet2)

Proposed revision to existing policy to fix usage for the Fiscal Year and recalibrate annually when the rates change.


Network costs

Network Costs


Network revenue

Network Revenue


Narrative

Narrative

  • K-12 Public School usage continues to grow at 40-50% per year. This usage is expected to average 14 Gb in FY15. This growth rate continues to dominate the usage model, dropping the total cost of a unit by $6.79

  • Because the state covers 100% of the public K-12 usage of the network, and their percent of using the network continues to grow, fewer funds are available to discount education and municipal rates.

  • Continued growth will have positive impact on overall rates, with a diminished impact on the difference between member and open access rates.

  • CEN and Municipal Member rates continue to decline as total network rates fall. In FY15, member usage rates fell by 1.07 / Mb.

  • Rise in salary costs includes anticipated costs for CET Executive Director position.


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