K-20 K-20 Network Background Before K-20 –Disparate networks K-12 Community & Technical Colleges Higher Education Multiple requests to legislature to fund enhanced networks
K-20 K-20 Network Background 1996 Legislature created K-20 Network to be “an integrated and interoperable educational technology network serving kindergarten through higher education and promoting access for Washington citizens.” Collaborative effort of public and private K-12 and higher education, state government, the legislature, and the private sector
K-20 Technical Design Statewide Educational Network Scaleable and Standards-Based Design Interoperability and Compatibility Interconnection to other Institutions and Networks Leverage Existing State Resources
K-20 Seattle Spokane Olympia Vancouver Yakima Tri-Cities Pullman K - 20 Backbone Network Regional Nodes and Interconnecting Paths
K-20 All Community and Technical Colleges Selected Remote Campuses State Board All Community and Technical Colleges Selected Remote Campuses State Board UW WSU Central Eastern Western Evergreen Selected Remote Campuses UW WSU Central Eastern Western Evergreen Selected Remote Campuses Community and Technical Colleges Baccalaureates K-12 64 Sites 44 Sites 304 Sites Public School Districts Educational Service Districts Schools for Deaf and Blind OSPI Public School Districts Educational Service Districts Schools for Deaf and Blind OSPI K-20 Network Users
K-20 K-20 Educational Telecommunications Network Baccalaureate Community/Technical College K-12
K-20 K-20 Network Services Intranet/Internet Access Interactive Video Capabilities Multipoint Conferencing Service Broadcast Distribution using Teleports
K-20 FY 99-01 Biennium Budget K-20 Biennial Budget (000,000)$31.8 Funding Sources (000,000's) Federal (E-rate)$2.2 Participant Contribution (co-pay)$4.8 State (General Fund Appropriations) K-20 Maintenance, Depreciation and Operations* Baccalaureates$2.6 Community and Technical Colleges$1.7 OSPI for K-12 Schools$5.7 K-20 Transport Revolving Fund$14.8 Total State Appropriations$24.8$24.8 Total Funding$31.8 *Maintenance, Depreciation, and Operations for the shared K-20 Network, not local institution network support costs. These amounts are transferred by the institutions to K-20 and placed in the Revolving Fund.
K-20 K-20 Hub To Internet K-20 Network Operations Management Approach (Data) K-20 CPE Router District/Campus Seattle District/Campus Building Routers K-20 Router K-20 Network Institution’s Router K-20/KOCO Imux/Router/Caching Server Software & Hardware Configuration Management & Database Fault Isolation Problem Resolution Dispatch for circuit problems Dispatch for equipment problems Problem Escalation Technical Support to Sector Problem Coordination with Sector Network Design & Engineering Network Monitoring Capacity Analysis & Planning Imux/Router/Caching Server Maintenance Service Levels Vendor Liaison Equipment Maintenance & Repair Transport Maintenance Sectors Problem Coordination With KOCO Network Design & Engineering Capacity Analysis & Planning Configuration Mgmt Equipment Maintenance & Repair Vendor Liaison Tech Support to Users Dispatch for Problems Problem Escalation K-20 Caching Server K-20 IMUX K-20 Router Figure 2-1
K-20 K-20 Network Operations Management Approach (Video) K-20 Network K-20/KOCO Video switch, MCU, hardware configuration management Fault isolation Problem resolution Dispatch for circuit problems Dispatch for equipment problems Problem escalation Technical support to sectors MCU scheduling (switched video) Problem coordination with sectors Network design & engineering Network monitoring Capacity analysis & planning Switched video service levels Vendor liaison Equipment maintenance & repair Transport maintenance Sectors Problem coordination with KOCO Network design & engineering Capacity analysis & planning Configuration management Equipment maintenance & repair Vendor liaison Tech support to users Dispatch for problems Problem escalation Video conference room scheduling MCU scheduling (dedicated video) CODEC IMUX MCU CODEC MCU Video Switch Jacks Figure 3-1
Biennial Budget Process 2-3 years in advance Prepare Budget Request: January-June 2000 Legislative Session: January-May 2001 Operational Period: July 2001-June 2003
K-20 Revising the funding model Today: DS1 based copays Tomorrow: DS1, DS3, 100 Mbps, 1 GBPS,...
K-20 Futures New Sites Partnerships Internet 2/PNW
K-20 K-20 Network -- Awards Best Enterprise Access Network – Annual SUPERQuest Awards at SUPERCOMM '99 Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology – Networking; NASIRE International TeleCon Awards –First Place, Best Network Service (1999) –First Place, Best Wide Area Networking Product/Service (1998) –Second Place, Best Distance Education Network (1999) –Third Place, Best User Application, K-20 Network-related videoconferencing training for the state's community and technical colleges (1998) Best Application Award, Distance Learning/Training; International Teleconferencing Association
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