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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 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.

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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