IntroductionGlossary of TermsLeadership ~ SummaryCareer SynopsisCurriculum VitaeLeadership ExamplesHW / SW / NW ExposuresPrior InfrastructuresEducation and TrainingProfessional AffiliationsProfessional ReferencesTeaching ExperiencesComments

PRIOR INFRASTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENTS

Miami University ~ (200) remote locations;  (18,000) host accounts;  (27,000) IP addresses or devices;  (5,900) cable-TV jacks;  (4) NEC 2400 IMX PBX switches with capacity for (20,000) lines;  (400) trunk lines;  (150) data circuits;  (9000) telephone lines;  (12,000) telephone instruments;  (250) centrally located and managed servers plus (250) servers located throughout the client community;  (15) terabytes of enterprise SAN storage;  (2) IBM (16) processor, P5 server configurations each with 32 GB of memory;  (5) IBM Blade chassis configurations with 25 Blade servers employing some degree of VMWare plus Oracle 10i supporting BlackBoard;  (300) M bps of Internet bandwidth;  (650) wireless access points;  (25,000) voice and data jacks;  plus, (2) research computing configurations - Apple G5,64 bit, 5 nodes and an Itanium 1.

MIT ~ (300) remote locations;  (32,000) host accounts;  (60,000) IP addresses or devices;  (5,000) cable-TV jacks;  a Lucent 5ESS-2000 telephony switch with capacity for (30,000) lines;  (1,100) trunk lines;  (500) data circuits;  (12,000) digital and (10,000) analogue telephone lines;  (23,000) telephone instruments;  (300) centrally located and managed servers plus (150) servers located throughout the client community;  (2) external circuits, each provisioned at a (1.0) G bps of Internet bandwidth;  (750) wireless access points;  plus, (45,000) voice and data jacks.