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Network of the Future Digital Transformation Presentation January 31, 2013 Kirk Sanford Director, OIT Network Solutions (o)
Mobile Revolution Explosion People with mobile devices Devices per person Content consumption (more bandwidth) 2 More of everything...
"In the future, if it computes, it connects. From the simplest embedded sensors to the most advanced cloud datacenters, we're looking at techniques to allow all of them to connect without wires.” Mobile Proliferation 3 Intel CTO, Justin Rattner, when discussing Intel’s plans for integrated processors and wireless technology - September 14, 2012.
Mobile and Internet Forecast The number of devices connected to IP networks will be nearly three times as high as the global population in Cisco Forecasts: Traffic from wireless devices will exceed traffic from wired devices by Global IP traffic has increased eightfold over the past 5 years, and will increase threefold over the next 5 years. 4 Cisco – May 30, 2012
Mobile at BYU Over 95,000 Unique wireless devices on BYU network in past month 5
BYU Internet Usage 6 Around users simultaneously watching Netflix Download and entire 2 hour HD movie from iTunes in about seconds About 23,000 users simultaneously listening to music on Pandora So, what does 3.5 Gigabits per second really mean?
BYU Internet Traffic 7 Globally, Internet video (streaming) traffic was 51 percent in Cisco Systems Web Streaming Social Networking
Increased Demand Everywhere Classrooms Common Areas Offices 8 Campus Areas:
Technology in the Classroom Streaming video Video conferencing Wireless presentations Interactive screen sharing Wireless collaboration Real-time quiz/surveys PowerPoint Video (VHS/DVD) Web Browsing Past/Now Now/Future 9 The Evolution of Teaching and Learning 200 Seat Classroom PastNowFuture 70 (Laptops)300 Devices600+
Building to Meet the Needs 10 Wireless Wired Internet Increased capacity 10x Increasing capacity 10x* Increasing capacity 5-10x* Replacing sign-in system *Multi-year project started in 2012 Better Performance - Devotionals - General Conference - March Madness Faster Transfer Rates - Gigabit to desktop - Inter/Intra building Improved Experience - Streamlined onboarding - More reliable connection - High-capacity classroom ResultsImprovements
Network of the Future Mobile Friendly Easy to access and use Facilitate and enhance teaching and learning Safe Can handle the high-capacity demands Scales efficiently to meet future demand 11
Thank you Kirk Sanford Director, OIT Network Solutions (o)