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1 W2i Digital Cities Convention Case Study Title Project Lead: Mark AnsouryDate: 1/31/2006 Organization: OneClevelandPresenter: Mark T Ansboury Country: Cleveland, OhioEmail: Web site:

2 Slide 2 Mission: Enable our Region’s Imagination A provider of application-based, information services that fosters collaboration and innovation Connect our next-generation big broadband network to the regions treasures (schools, universities, researchers, healthcare providers, government agencies, social services, arts and culture, and other non-profits) Enable new ideas, new approaches, new capabilities, new services, new collaborations, new models, new products, new applications, new tools and innovation Transform how we think, how we learn, how we live, how we work, how we deliver services to our community. Expand collaborations, share community assets and resources, invest, partner, innovate and drive economic development

3 Slide 3 OneCleveland Model Non-Profit Public and Private Sector Service Organization Seed Capital from Case Western University & Founding Members Fully Self-Sustaining Focus on applications not technology Outsource services to private sector Crosses local political boundaries and agenda’s Ability to partner on public/private grant and non-traditional funding opportunities Community driven regional asset Hybrid fiber Intranet platform for collaborative applications Ability to partner with multiple vendors based on best of breed solutions Collaboration with State/Counties/Municipal and providers Municipal Aggregation Shared Services

4 Slide 4 Regional Fiber Network

5 Slide 5 Enables ready access to strategic partners and resources across the State and the Country

6 Slide 6 Regional Wireless Strategy Digital Video Surveillance Emergency Response Interoperability Community Broadband GOVERMENT USAGE MODEL Workforce Mobility (e.g. Building Inspections, Case Management) Public Utilities (e.g. Automatic Meter Reading) Intelligent Transportation Systems Community Broadband PUBLIC USAGE MODEL Economic Development - To attract / retain businesses & citizens - Promoting healthy tax base through increasing property values Public Broadband Access - Close the Digital Divide, bringing broadband access to the masses - “For the People” Single integrated regional network strategy for fixed and mobile communications, including voice, data and video …

7 Slide 7 Community A (Cuyahoga County, etc.) Community B (Summit County, etc.) Wireless Service Providers ( Verizon Wireless, Sprint/ Nextel, etc ) Municipal Aggregators (Cities, Universities, K-12 Schools, Public Art & Cultural, Libraries, Airport, etc.) Regional Integration & Collaboration Hotspots (Hotel and private sector Aggregators, etc.) Fiber Intranet Partner Networks ( 1C, Adelphia, Time Warner, etc )

8 Slide 8 Collaborative Use of Regional Assets Co-locate PMP base stations with existing infrastructure Radio towers Water towers School buildings Libraries Government office buildings, etc. Tie into 1C/Partner Fiber networks directly

9 Slide 9 Regional Wireless Goals Adoption Common network design with interoperable standards Agree upon architecture if building towards an 802.11n or Wi-Max infrastructure Technology Adoption Allocate/earmark significant channels (SSIDs) for VPN activity of service sectors Deployment Build out significant portions of wireless network clouds with the private sector Build out regional mesh strategy that interconnects wireless clusters Encourage individual institutions to continue to aggressively build out their "local solutions". Aggregation Identify anchor tenant opportunities Develop application champions Collaborate on shared services

10 Slide 10 Project Economics Seed Funding ($2M) Case Western Reserve University Nortech/Technology Cluster Program/Foundations ($1M) Akron Community Foundation Burton Morgan Foundation Cleveland Foundation Generation Foundation Gund Foundation GAR Foundation Sustainability Subscriber Service Revenues Partner Service Revenues

11 Slide 11 Community Computing Platform – Vision… Implement cutting edge technology solutions to be leveraged by the Non- Profit Community to further their corporate initiatives. Identify and facilitate opportunities for collaborative use of broadband technology and wireless technologies among educational, civic, healthcare and government organizations throughout the region. Create a knowledge management community portal capable of facilitating work force development for members of the community.

12 Slide 12 Tools for Community Collaboration Digital Divide Vertical Higher Education Vertical Healthcare Vertical K-12 Education Vertical Collaborative Meeting Technology On-line Library Services Thin Client / Laptops for Digital Divide Centralized Donor Databases Hosted Email and Calendar Services Community Blogs, Surveys, MBlogs Streaming Media / Video on Demand Multiple Collaborative Web-site Portals Event Centric Alert Systems Managed VOIP Community Blogs, Surveys, Educational Technologies CRM

13 Slide 13 Community Computing Portal/Kiosk Current Pilot Applications 7/24 Hour Know-it-Know, ebooks – Virtual Library Library Catalog Community Advocacy Community Business Advertising Future Applications Workforce Development/Job Information Healthcare outreach Government and Public Applications, Registration and Requests Attractions, event and Ticket Creations Smart Card Activation Student ID Card Library card Event/Services Card Consumer benefits Card Public Transportation Card Credit/Debit Card Community Event and Attractions Mapping and Directions Local Business Advertising

14 Slide 14 Example Local Wireless Initiatives Cleveland Public Art Public Space City of Cleveland Mobile permitting Museums University Circle Deploying wireless umbrella over Cleveland Museum of Art, Institute of Art, Institute of Music, Western Historical Reserve, Cleveland Orchestra Universities & K-12 Case Western Reserve University Deployed Umbrella of 1280 Wireless Access Points over entire campus Healthcare Cleveland Clinic/MetroHealth Investigating wireless options for patient care In the process of deploying 2800 Wireless access points Libraries Cuyahoga County Libraries Planning deployment of wireless umbrella from libraries that reach into public areas

15 Slide 15 Public Square Project What a difference a year makes Pilot Survey in FY2004 Number of detected wireless access point networks - 2 Installation in FY2005 Number of detected wireless access point networks – 27 Redesign and deployment of additional close proximity access points to address bleed

16 Slide 16 City of Cleveland Wireless Hot-Spots and Zones Mobile-Permitting Inspector’s remote filing

17 Slide 17 University Circle Institutional & Public Access Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Applications Integrated Museum Experience PDA/Cell Phone Audio/Video Interactive - RFID

18 Slide 18 Case Western University 1280+ Wireless Access Points Indoor/Outdoor Applications Applications Faculty/Student Portal – Enterprise Email, Calendar, Web Conferencing, Instant Messaging, Workspaces, Files Public Internet Access Experimentation VoIP/IP Broadcast Video

19 Slide 19 Cleveland Clinic 2,000 + Wireless Access Points Indoor/Outdoor Applications Applications RFID Asset Management RFID Resource Tracking RFID Record Tracking

20 Slide 20 Deployment Community Stakeholder Network Development Municipal Stakeholders Institutional Stakeholders Vendor Partners Service Partners Deployment specifics Expanded Fiber Services First Energy Fiber Donation (1Q06) Expanded connections to Akron, Canton and Youngstown Tiered Metro Ethernet Access Service (Now) Lower entry costs for copper ethernet services between 10 and 40 Mbps Wireless Last mile service options from 40 Mbps to 1 Gbps Expanded Fiber 10 Mbps to 40 Gbps service options Adelphia/SBC/Time Warner Sustainability and Scalability of the project Expand Vendor and Service Partnerships Pre-WiMAX, Wifi Mesh, Cellular/EVDO integration

21 Slide 21 Signed Subscribers (Representing over 150 sites as of 1/15/06) Case Western University Myers College Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland State University (Pending) Hiram College (Pending) Lakeland College (Pending) John Carroll University (Pending) Cuyahoga County Public Library Cleveland Municipal School District Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland Institute of Art Cleveland Public Art Cleveland Orchestra Western Reserve Historical Society IdeaStream (WVIZ/NPR) Great Lakes Science Museum Museum of Contemporary Art MetroHealth Systems Cleveland Clinic Foundation Southwest General Hospital Strongsville Medical Center Parma Community Hospital Parma Wellness Center CSAHS/UHHS-Canton Hospitals City of Cleveland City of East Cleveland City of Euclid City of Mayfield Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

22 Slide 22 Strong Recognition for the Region TRANSFORMATIVE SCALABLE REPLICABLE Finalist for Best International Application Of The Year Finalist for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year ® Finalist for Top 7 International Intelligent Community Of The Year Top 3 Finalist for International Visionary Community Of The Year – ICF

23 Slide 23 Lessons Learned Convene early and often Develop governance model that is not limited by municipal constraints Develop collaborative partnerships Stakeholders Vendors Service Providers Aggregate community interests and access to infrastructure Next Steps Develop ITFS Arrangement Solidify Wireless Service Partners Develop Digital Community Demonstration Center Develop Community Portal Lessons Learned & Next Steps

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