Specifications include, but are not limited to: 2.1 Four Post Rack
A. The Contractor shall provide 19” four post racks to support network equipment and patch
panels inside the IDFs. Racks are to be double sided extruded Aluminum with #12-24 tapped
holes with 1500# weight capacity and a black anodized finish. Racks shall have dimensions of
84.00"H x 20.31"W x 14.00"D
B. They are to have 45 RMU, 19" EIA 310-E Compliant; and shall include rack mtg.hardware.
C. Each rack shall have: a rack grounding strip, ESD electrostatic discharge port, grounding wrist
strap, grounding bus-bar kit, common bonding jumper kit, rack grounding equipment
jumper,and bonding screws. Each rack shall be connected to the TMGB/TGB provided by
others via a #6 green rack bonding conductor.
D. Rack shall be installed in MDF.
2.2 NETWORK ELECTRONIC ACCESS SWITCH
A. The Contractor shall provide one (1) 48 port fixed Access Switch with SFP+ interfaces capable
of supporting 10 Gigabit Ethernet. Switch shall be capable of 800-Gbps switching capacity with
up to 250 Mbps of throughput, provide external USB and SD card support for flexible storage
options, 10/100/1000 RJ-45 console and management port, IPv6 support in hardware,
providing wired- network-rate forwarding for IPv6 networks and support for dual stack with
innovative resource utilization, dynamic hardware forwarding-table allocations for ease of
IPv4-to-IPv6 migration, scalable routing (IPv4, IPv6, and multicast) tables, Layer 2 tables, and
ACL and quality of service(QoS) entries to make use of eight queues per port and
comprehensive security policies per port. Each Access Switch shall include:
B. (1) Power supply, (1) redundant power supply, (1) switch blank, (2) power cords,(1) license,
(1) switch SFP+ cable and support serviceagreement.
C. The access switch is to be installed in a rack within MDF that will serve as the Main
Telecommunications Room (TR) for this facility.
D. The Contractor shall be a Gold certified CiscoPartner
2.3 WIRELESS ACCESSPOINTS
A. The Contractor shall provide 3 (three) dual-band, controller-based 802.11ax wireless access
points with internal antennas.
B. They shall be capable of 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 support, with a theoretical connection rate of up to
2.6 Gbps per radio.
C. Access points shall be capable of supporting three spatial streams via Multiuser Multiple-Input
Multiple-Output (MU‑MIMO) technology that enables access pointsto splitspatialstreams
between client devices, to maximize throughput.
D. Access points shall be capable of flexible radio assignment to determine the operating
mode of serving radios based on the RF environment.
E. The access points must be compatible with Cisco 5520 wireless lan controller.
F. The access points can operate in the followingmod