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Randy Pruett Is it Time to Cut the Coaxial Cord? Arthur Brant Director, Enterprise Infrastructure Network Analyst, Enterprise Infrastructure.

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1 Randy Pruett Is it Time to Cut the Coaxial Cord? Arthur Brant Director, Enterprise Infrastructure Network Analyst, Enterprise Infrastructure

2 Private, Selective, Residential Masters-level University Found in 1906 in Abilene, Texas Annual enrollment of 4,500 students Recognized for a strong commitment to teaching technology integration, and student success

3 Cable Television System CATV Ports by Locations 55% Residence Halls 25% On-Campus Apartments 8% Learning Spaces 6% Common Spaces Initially built out 1991 Bulk Service Agreement with local CATV Provider 53 Channel System Fiber distribution from headend to buildings 2,461 ports installed

4 Residence Halls 1,800 beds 0.3% of outbound telephone calls (Apr2013) 8% of wired Ethernet ports used 43% of average daily WiFi connections occur in Residence Halls Student Distribution by ResHalls

5 ResHall Student CATV Survey Students w/ a TV connected to the CATV system Students w/ a network connected device hooked up to TV Students watch TV shows on devices other than a TV

6 ResHall Student CATV Survey Average Amount of time/day watching TV 68% say they watch 2 hours or less of TV a day

7 ResHall Student CATV Survey Comparison ACU & Ohio Univ (2012)

8 ResHall Student CATV Survey Responses to Types of TV Shows Watched 33% Of the Other responses identified a network they watch

9 Are we Witnessing the Death of CATV? Zero TV Households have increased 150% in the last 5 years 57.5% of US consumers that watch online video on a TV, do some via a game console CBS netted 10 million live streams of SuperBowl 47 in Feb 2013 Netflix has over 29 Million US streaming members & a third of primetime broadband traffic

10 Should the University be in the ________ Business? competitive differentiator quality of life indicator revenue source innovation opportunity Student LD resale Desktop Backups Campus Email LMS Database Administration Cable Pulling iPhone What opportunities become available if we stop doing ___________?

11 Should ACU be in the CATV Business? CATV Ports by Locations 55% Residence Halls 25% On-Campus Apartments 8% Learning Spaces 6% Common Spaces CATV is 9% of ITs annual recurring spend Repurposing CATV dollars to IT Capital = 15% increase Outsourcing CATV could offer a new revenue stream

12 Randy Pruett Is it Time to Cut the Coaxial Cord? Arthur Brant branta@acu.eduarp09a@acu.edu


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