The Information World Runs on Connectivity


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The Information World Runs on Connectivity

  • The Information World Runs on Connectivity

    • Systems Sharing ----- Financial Management Systems with access for Town and School District ----- Finance Departments
    • Security – Web Cam Surveillance ----- Police
    • Card Entry ----- Door Entry Systems ----- Public Works and School Admin
    • Energy Management ----- HVAC Controls --- Public Works
    • Fuel Management ----- Energy Systems (Gasoline, Nat Gas & Electric) Migrations --- Public Works / Police
    • Community Wireless Access ----- Disaster Response, Community WiFi --- Public Safety, Planning
    • Traffic Control ----- Traffic Light Control (won’t mention web cam ticketing!--- Police) ---- Public Works
    • . . .
  • And The $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$



And The $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

  • And The $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    • Town & School District Cabling Projects --- Point to Point to Point Efficiency
    • Telephone – Centrex and PSTN out --- I/P VOIP Telephony In!
    • Schools and the Internet Access thru CEN --- T1’s not enough at about $1,000/month per school to get to the CEN point in the Town.
  • Any One of these may cost-justify a new Connectivity project!



The Information World Runs on Connectivity

  • The Information World Runs on Connectivity

  • $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    • 3 ways to connect your Municipality’s Information Computing Facilities
    • Buy Services from TelCo’s and CableCo’s and Internet Providers (T1’s, DSL, Cable Modems, Wireless . . . )
    • Lease “Dark Fiber” Connections from providers in your community (e.g. in CT: Fiber Tech Inc., Verizon, maybe your local Cable Company) who lease “Space” from Pole Owners (CL&P and AT&T).
    • Build your own “Municipal Gain” based connections in the Utility infrastructure (in your community rights-of-way on poles and in conduits)


Buy monthly service connections between your buildings networks: Originally the only way; still available and priced according to speed/capacity levels available for point-to-point connections. You build your interfaces to standard service interfaces.

  • Buy monthly service connections between your buildings networks: Originally the only way; still available and priced according to speed/capacity levels available for point-to-point connections. You build your interfaces to standard service interfaces.

  • Lease “Dark Fiber”: strands of unlit, no laser driven data, fiber optic cables between your buildings. Fixed monthly price and your own network equipment at both ends of the cable sets the data speeds.

  • Build - attach municipally owned dark fiber optic bundle of cables to Utility infrastructure (Poles and conduit) and to Your Municipal Technology. Capital one-time-costs plus obligations in Pole Attachment Agreement to respond to Pole Owner “move” and maintenance orders.



Build - attach to Utility infrastructure . A capital, one-time, costs / benefits analysis

  • Build - attach to Utility infrastructure . A capital, one-time, costs / benefits analysis

  • - Segway to the $s per mile and $s per Pole models. . .

    • Additionally:
  • Need Human Resource (Project Management Talent) to do the Capital Project.

  • The Project Manager will Apply to Pole Administrator(s), write the specification (geographic and technical), and administrate the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments (and maybe specify and procure your building LAN equipment if not in place already).

  • Ongoing operation of the completed network will then include fixing accidents and responding to Pole Administrator(s) PUCA orders for moves and changes. You now have the obligation to respond to PUCA orders within 45 days or if not (oops!) be financially penalized!



The Factors that determine the Cost

  • The Factors that determine the Cost

    • Distance
    • The Number of Facilities Connected
    • The Make Ready work required on the Poles
    • What electronics will be needed to complete the connections into the network


Distance

  • Distance

    • Cost for Fiber and Make Ready on Poles is about $ 6.00 per foot
  • Number of Facilities

    • For a typical 24 strand cable The cost for equipment and splicing at each location is about $ 4,000.00 per location.


Make Ready Work on Poles

  • Make Ready Work on Poles

    • The cost for the make ready work includes initial survey cost plus any changes to the poles that are needed to make space available. The cost is included in the Distance Metric. The cost on a per pole basis is averaging about $ 245.00 per pole with survey and make ready costs combined.


Electronics Cost are very site specific

  • Electronics Cost are very site specific

    • Most existing town networks are connected with copper cabling so most of the existing switches lack the necessary fiber interfaces to connect to the fiber cabling. The price for the Electronics will range between $1,000.00 and $ 5,000.00 per location depending on if a switch replacement is needed at the location if the connection will be 1gigabit.




Apply to Pole Administrator(s) [see application example document set from Manchester],

  • Apply to Pole Administrator(s) [see application example document set from Manchester],



Write the specification (geographic and technical) [see bid spec example with map and pictures documents – efficient new GIS/GPS ways to do this digitally],

  • Write the specification (geographic and technical) [see bid spec example with map and pictures documents – efficient new GIS/GPS ways to do this digitally],



administers the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments [see a bid specification and response documents from Manchester and Glastonbury Cost Model]

  • administers the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments [see a bid specification and response documents from Manchester and Glastonbury Cost Model]



administers the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments [see bid specification and response documents from Manchester and Glastonbury Cost Model]

  • administers the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments [see bid specification and response documents from Manchester and Glastonbury Cost Model]



Apply to Pole Administrator(s) [see application example document set from Manchester],

  • Apply to Pole Administrator(s) [see application example document set from Manchester],

  • Write the specification (geographic and technical) [see bid spec example with map and pictures documents – consider efficient new GIS/GPS ways to do this],

  • and administer the cable build from building penetrations through pole attachments [see bid specification and response documents from Manchester]

    • (separate but very related - procure your building LAN equipment if not in place already; often the most expensive step but the step that delivers the project benefit value. Usually done by your I/T staff or provider).
  • Ongoing operation of the completed network will then include fixing accidents and responding to Pole Administrator(s) PUCA orders for moves and changes.



Ongoing operation of the completed network will then include fixing accidents (cars hitting poles, Storms (!) and responding to Pole Administrator(s)) and PUCA orders for moves and changes.

  • Ongoing operation of the completed network will then include fixing accidents (cars hitting poles, Storms (!) and responding to Pole Administrator(s)) and PUCA orders for moves and changes.

  • You now have the obligation to respond to PUCA orders within 45 days or if not (oops!) be financially penalized!



From the Municipal Attachment Agreement (the not-so-fine fine print)

  • From the Municipal Attachment Agreement (the not-so-fine fine print)

  • Pole Administrator(s) PUCA orders for moves and changes. You now have the obligation to respond to PUCA orders within 45 days or if not (oops!) be financially penalized!

  • In accordance with the DPUC’s April 30, 2008 decision in Docket No. 07-02-13, Owner shall have 45 days

  • Non-Conforming Construction/Shifting Fee

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  • And the penalty's are:

  • Unauthorized Attachment/Overlashing Fee - Per Pole $84.60. 3

  • Non-Conforming Construction/Shifting Fee: per pole per day $84.60. 3

  • BUT the agreement Cap is:

  • Unauthorized attachments capped at 60 months and 50 attachments per year.

  • Failure to Complete Make Ready Work On Time

  •  

  • The penalty should be the annual attachment rate divided by 12, charged on a per day basis, capped at 30 days, and $2,000/application.

  • Rate: $16.92/12 months,

  • It’s Good dollars and cents practice to conform and good for your community’s Economic Development for new communications providers to be able to rely on this!



  • The Information World Runs on Connectivity

    • Save Dollars switching from Plain Old Telephone to VOIP over your own network.
    • Be Prepared for Disaster Response with Voice, Video and Data at very high speeds on your Capital Cost networks.
    • Put Town and School District together for economies of scale and improvements not easily affordable individually.
    • . . .
  • And the future holds opportunity for Towns to directly interconnect over the new State-wide fiber optic network. !!!



Jack McCoy

  • Jack McCoy

  • Town of Manchester

  • jmccoy@manchesterct.gov

  • http://www.manchesterct.gov/

  • GMIS

  • http://www.gmis.org/



Maria Korenowski

  • Maria Korenowski

  • Mkorenowski@ccm-ct.org

  • 203-498-3035






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