[Micronet] whew! FTE node charges scrapped?

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[Micronet] whew! FTE node charges scrapped?

Greg Merritt
Word on the street is that the whole FTE-based network node charge  
model was scrapped, and that campus will centrally cover the ~$8.6M  
annual cost (aside from RSSP and some external agreements).

Anybody have any links or whatnot for confirmation and the nitty-
gritties?

-Greg

 
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Re: [Micronet] whew! FTE node charges scrapped?

Ocio-Comm Departmental
Updated information has just been posted to the Data Network Recharge  
website, http://technology.berkeley.edu/datanetwork/.

Natalie
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On Jul 22, 2010, at 4:52 PM, Greg Merritt wrote:

> Word on the street is that the whole FTE-based network node charge
> model was scrapped, and that campus will centrally cover the ~$8.6M
> annual cost (aside from RSSP and some external agreements).
>
> Anybody have any links or whatnot for confirmation and the nitty-
> gritties?
>
> -Greg
>
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Re: [Micronet] whew! FTE node charges scrapped?

Greg Merritt
Hi Natalie,

Aha!  Thanks.

Can you help decode?

Does it basically say that, for FY10-11, aside from a few exceptions  
such as RSSP & affiliates, most of campus will see their current per-
node data charges vanish while the whole FTE plan is re-evaluated for  
FY11-12 as part of the OE process?

Thanks!
-Greg



On Jul 23, 2010, at 8:09 AM, OCIO Communications wrote:

> Updated information has just been posted to the Data Network Recharge
> website, http://technology.berkeley.edu/datanetwork/.
>
> Natalie
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>
> On Jul 22, 2010, at 4:52 PM, Greg Merritt wrote:
>
>> Word on the street is that the whole FTE-based network node charge
>> model was scrapped, and that campus will centrally cover the ~$8.6M
>> annual cost (aside from RSSP and some external agreements).
>>
>> Anybody have any links or whatnot for confirmation and the nitty-
>> gritties?
>>
>> -Greg


 
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