Request for proposals Memorial stadium sound &amp

Request for proposals Memorial stadium sound &amp
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Memorial Stadium
Request for Proposal #2305-14-4321
Cisco Connected Stadium
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 General Considerations....................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Project Priority .................................................................................................................................... 5
2 Wireless Site Survey ................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Project Scope ...................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Environments to be Surveyed ............................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Survey Parameters .............................................................................................................................. 6
2.4 Spectrum Analysis ............................................................................................................................... 6
2.5 Report Production............................................................................................................................... 7
2.6 Site Survey Closure.............................................................................................................................. 7
2.7 UNL Responsibilities ............................................................................................................................ 7
2.8 Out of Scope........................................................................................................................................ 7
2.9 Items Provided .................................................................................................................................... 8
3 Wireless Design/Deployment .................................................................................................................... 8
3.2 Project Scope ...................................................................................................................................... 8
3.3 Discovery and Design .......................................................................................................................... 9
3.4 Network Infrastructure ....................................................................................................................... 9
3.5 Network Firewall Configuration .......................................................................................................... 9
3.6 WLAN Controller ................................................................................................................................. 9
3.7 Access Points ....................................................................................................................................... 9
3.8 CISCO Prime Network Control System (NCS) .................................................................................... 10
3.9 CISCO Mobility Services Engine (MSE) .............................................................................................. 10
3.10 Authentication Authorization Accounting (AAA) Server ................................................................. 10
3.11 Coverage Validation Survey ............................................................................................................ 10
3.11.1 .................................................................................................................................................. 10
3.12 WLAN Testing .................................................................................................................................. 10
3.13 Knowledge Transfer ........................................................................................................................ 11
3.14 Testing/Tuning ................................................................................................................................ 11
3.15 Documentation ............................................................................................................................... 11
3.16 Change Orders ................................................................................................................................ 12
3.17 Related Work - Structured Cabling ................................................................................................. 12
3.18 Cisco Requirements Documentation .............................................................................................. 12
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Low-Level Wireless LAN Requirements .............................................................................................. 12
End User or WLAN Device Access Requirements ............................................................................... 12
Application Support ............................................................................................................................ 12
Management and Control ................................................................................................................... 12
Wired Network Foundation ................................................................................................................ 12
4 Stadium Vision ......................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1 Video Head End ................................................................................................................................. 12
4.2 Video Distribution ............................................................................................................................. 13
4.3 StadiumVision Director ..................................................................................................................... 13
4.4 Video Display..................................................................................................................................... 13
4.5 Content Creation............................................................................................................................... 13
5 Product ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.1 Memorial Stadium ............................................................................................................................ 14
5.2 Ed Weir Track .................................................................................................................................... 16
5.3 Hawks Champion Center ................................................................................................................... 17
5.4 Gass Practice Field Parking Lots ........................................................................................................ 19
5.5 Stadium Vision .................................................................................................................................. 19
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1 Introduction
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), through the Athletics department, is seeking proposals from
qualified Bidders for a Cisco Connected Stadium solution for Memorial Stadium. Many fans want to access
mobile devices while watching an event to check email, text friends, or to check real-time scores and statistics.
This solution will provide a platform to transform the fan experience through live and on-demand video,
dynamic location based services, and an engaging mobile platform providing the fan with personalized
content and services in order to provide them with a more engaging experience. University. Your proposal
must be a turnkey project/solution.
• The objectives include:
o Implementing wireless connectivity to enable fan interaction and participation
o Integrate in-venue video content delivery across big screen, television and mobile platforms
o Implement infrastructure to support a mobile application with personalized content and
services
o Implement a secure operational infrastructure including ticketing and point-of-sale (POS)
o Develop potential for increased revenue through new sponsorship opportunities
• Price; Term:
o Turnkey WLAN Solution – The WLAN Solution provider should provide a set of end-to-end
services for planning, designing, implementing, operating, and optimizing the proposed
Wireless LAN solution
o Payment Applications Forms:
 Use AIA Document G702 and Continuation Sheets G703 as the form for Application
for Payment or similar form
• Evaluation Criteria:
o Selection of the successful Bidder will be accomplished by a panel comprised of UNL
employees. This process, which includes, but is not limited to, the following criteria, will be
used to assist in the determination of the successful Bidder. The criteria are listed below in
no particular order.
 Ability of bidder to meet timeline requirements specified in this bid
 Experience, capacity and skill of the Selected Bidder(s) to perform the specified
work
• Bidder must have documented experience installing StadiumVision
Mobile, or subcontract someone who has.
 References of quality and performance of previous work
 Price
• 2013 Football Parking:
o Attachment with bid
• Memorial Stadium Floor Plans:
o To be distributed at mandatory pre-bid meeting
1.1 General Considerations
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Integrate in to partner networks (Pinnacle Bank Arena[ISP/StadiumVision] & UNL[Campus Internet &
Ticket Scanner SSIDs])
Improve the connectivity between Pinnacle Bank Arena and Memorial Stadium (dark fiber available) from
a single 1Gbps circuit to redundant 10Gbps circuits.
Work with ISP partner to ensure all considerations are being made for reliable connectivity to the
connected stadium solution.
All structured cabling installations in to existing IDF closets in Memorial Stadium must follow the naming
standards already established by UNL Information Technology Services.
Bidder must have a licensed electrician install any necessary circuits for new equipment and must verify
with UNL which panels to take those to.
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Nebraska Athletics intends to use a 1% sparing strategy, product to be included in proposal, in place of
SmartNet for Access Points and Digital Media Players (DMPs).
Please reference the attachments (Section 079200-Joint Sealants) for joint sealants that need to be used
on the waterproofing at the stadium when it is penetrated.
The integrity of the existing waterproofing system must be maintained through the project. Any
penetrations, damage, or other events that damage the integrity of the waterproofing must be repaired
at the bidder’s cost.
1.2 Project Priority
While the timeline of the entire project is critical, special importance will be placed specifically on Stadium Vision.
It is critical that Stadium Vision be implemented and running prior to August 1st, 2014.
2 Wireless Site Survey
2.1 Project Scope
Engineers will meet to discuss specific responsibilities that will be performed as part of this engagement, in
addition to understanding of requirements for wireless networking. Particular items for discussion will include:
• Role of the WLAN: It is important to know if the location(s) plan to use the wireless network as
the primary topology for networking connectivity or if the WLAN is only intended to supplement
the existing network by providing certain users with roving access.
• Security: Bidder will need to know of any unusual or especially stringent security requirements are
necessary for the site’s compliance requirements like HIPAA, PCI, and/or SOX.
• Network Density: Bidder will need to know your plans for network utilization. How much traffic will
the WLAN support and what applications are most crucial to your user population will guide decisions
about how many access points are required and where they should be placed.
• Client Suite: Bidder will need to know which clients the network must support and what standards will
be applied to them.
• Site Details: Review the site documentation of the areas to be surveyed which must include scaled
blueprints and/or floor plans.
2.2 Environments to be Surveyed
Location
Memorial Stadium Bowl Area
North Stadium
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 7
East Stadium
Level LL
Level 2
Level A
Level B
Level C
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
West Stadium
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Square Feet
492,020
63,155
26,232
24,488
24,476
11,991
9,609
76,412
35,268
35,268
35,268
49,651
44,897
42,305
40,223
77,894
54,122
45,117
34,766
27,998
34,681
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Level PB
South Stadium
Level 1
Ed Weir Track
Level 1
Hawks Championship Center
Level 1
Level 2
Practice Fields
Fields
Surface Parking Lots
Lot 3
Lot 4
Lot 5
Lot 8
Lot 12
Champions Club
Surface Lot Only
Parking Garages
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7,974
80,392
233,029
110,501
21,360
143,892
26,738
26,358
95,614
90,011
145,876
161,912
272,270 (5 Levels)
584,635 (5 Levels)
2.3 Survey Parameters
Provide maps with recommended access point and antenna locations. The data gathered from the site survey
will help frame the eventual design for WLAN. Use Air Magnet Survey PRO tools to collect data during the site
survey according to the following parameters:
Data Grade Survey – Admin Level Only
• Maximum transmit power level of 25 mW on all APs on 2.4 and 5 GHz
• No UNII-1 and UNII-2 Extended bands will be used
• A receiver threshold of -75 dBm or higher from at least one (1) AP on 2.4 and 5 GHz
• A signal-to-noise ratio of 15 dB or higher
• All access points must use symmetric diversity/MIMO antennas
• 10% geographic overlap
High-Density Data Grade Survey
• Maximum transmit power level of 25 mW on all APs on 2.4 and 5 GHz
• No UNII-1 and UNII-2 Extended bands will be used
• A receiver threshold of -65 dBm or higher from at least one (1) AP on 2.4 and 5 GHz
• A signal-to-noise ratio of 15 dB or higher
• All access points must use symmetric diversity/MIMO antennas
• 10% geographic overlap
2.4 Spectrum Analysis
Devices causing noise or interference in the WiFi frequency ranges can have potentially devastating effects
on a wireless network. Identifying them prior to deployment and preparing for them properly can greatly
increase the potential for a successful deployment.
Perform spectrum analysis for the wireless site survey through the use of audit points. Audit points are a proven
method of sampling an area for interference sources. Use the Air Magnet Spectrum XT spectrum analyzer to
gather RF spectrum data for the 2.4 and 5 GHz WiFi frequency ranges.
The spectrum analysis findings will be summarized and provided in the wireless site survey report. The summary
will include the following items for each audit point of the survey area.
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Spectrum Density Plot (one for each frequency per audit point: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz Lower, 5 GHz Middle, 5
GHz Upper)
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Non-WiFi Interference Table
Note: Spectrum analysis performed during the wireless site survey is a preventive measure which helps
identify harmful sources of interference. Often there are no interference sources or other sources of RF
present at the time of the survey, in which there is little to no data to report upon. As such, Spectrum Density
Plots that do not contain meaningful data will be omitted from the wireless site survey report.
If RF emitting sources are found during the spectrum analysis and if Bidder’s engineering team deems the RF
emitting sources to be detrimental to the success of the WLAN project, the interfering or noise generating sources
will be documented through FFT and Event Spectrogram illustrations. Recommendations may also be made for
mitigating the impact of the offending RF emitting sources.
2.5 Report Production
Bidder will prepare a formal wireless site survey report which is based on the scope of this project and
consists of the following sections. (This work is often time conducted off-site.)
• Overview: A high-level summary of the engagement.
• Methodology: This describes the steps taken, the tools used, and the information gathered in
the course of the engagement. It includes specific information about the best practice
techniques and methods used.
• Architecture: Explanation of the selection and placement of the access points using diagrams and tables.
• Access Point Details: These are recommendations for antenna(s), TX power, placement, mounting and
orientation.
2.6 Site Survey Closure
A Project Closure meeting will be scheduled to review the following:
• Bidder’s findings and recommendations
• Questions pertaining to the report or engagement
• Clarification of outstanding issues
• Discuss next steps with Bidder
2.7 UNL Responsibilities
UNL will supply Bidder with the following items/resources during the on-site portion of this project:
1. Scaled drawings or blueprints of the sites in pdf, dwg, png, or gif or electronic format
2. An on-site contact to provide Bidder with physical access to all areas to be surveyed
3. Access to mounting locations
4. Staging space will be available, but security is the responsibility of the bidder
2.8 Out of Scope
Tasks outside this include, but are not limited to:
1. Survey of restrooms, custodial closets, mechanical spaces, elevators
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2.9 Items Provided
Item
Description
Format
Wireless Site Survey
Report
• Floor plans will illustrate recommended locations
for the access points required for a data and voice
deployment
• RF design for a data and voice deployment to
include 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies
• A list of the access points/antennas used during the
survey
• Results of the Spectrum Analysis
• Individual floor plans showing signal strength and
the signal-to-noise ratio for all access points
• A Bill of Materials listing the recommended access
points/antennas and other components for the WLAN
implementation
• Additional notes and/or recommendations
PDF
3 Wireless Design/Deployment
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The wireless network should support IEEE 802.11ac, with the capability to support legacy clients utilizing
IEEE 802.11g and 802.11n standards as well.
Provide dedicated access points to be installed for the sole use of ticket scanners at each public entrance
to Memorial Stadium (addendum)
Provide dedicated access points to be installed in the Don Bryant Media Facility for the sole use of
working media personnel on a separate, secure SSID. This SSID can be broadcast throughout Memorial
Stadium.
Implement location-based services on public network for use by features in the Nebraska Fan Experience
app. A zoning strategy for this will need to be developed in conjunction with Nebraska Athletics.
Incorporate a PCI-compliant SSID to be used for expanded mobile retail and concessions operations
currently under consideration by Nebraska Athletics.
The network should be designed where groups of access points (physical areas to be determined by
Nebraska Athletics) can be easily disabled / re-enabled during non-event days.
Nebraska Athletics expects the wireless network to be able to handle concurrent connections up to 80%
of the capacity (90,000) of Memorial Stadium.
Underlying Wired Network – The wired network should be designed to withstand equipment or link
failures, to support a variety of applications ranging from Point of Sale, Ticketing, and Stadium operations,
to applications that enhance the guest experience.
Platform for Innovation – The wired network should be capable of supporting today’s applications with an
upgrade path to support the higher bandwidth and Quality of Service demands of future applications.
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3.2 Project Scope
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Network design: VLANs, DHCP, ACLs, switchports, host names and IP addressing
WLAN controllers (WLC): 2 WLCs
Guest access: network internet firewall configuration; 3rd party certificate configuration
Access points (AP)
Management system: Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS)
Context-aware, location-based services: Mobility Services Engine (MSE)
Wireless security
Testing: a final acceptance test
Coverage Validation Survey
Knowledge Transfer: for UNL on WLAN components/features
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Documentation: administrative details and reports
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Review the role of the WLAN
Security model required for the WLAN
Define SSID naming schemes
Security mechanisms to be applied to each level of access
Define Virtual LAN (VLAN) and access list requirements
AAA server details
o EAP Type Authentication: user and/or machine
3rd party certificates
Map/floor plan suitable for NCS
MSE services
Identify IP addresses to be assigned to WLAN components
Define naming conventions to be assigned to WLAN components
3.3 Discovery and Design
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3.4 Network Infrastructure
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Create VLANs for wireless clients
Working with the local IT team for creation of necessary VLANs on network switches
Assignment of VLAN to the necessary trunk ports and access ports
Configuration of IP addressing for necessary VLANs and assistance with providing network reachability for
these new IP subnets
Create necessary ACLs to control access for each wireless VLAN
Create DHCP scopes for wireless clients
Configure switchports for WLAN components’ connectivity
3.5 Network Firewall Configuration
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Adjusting the firewall to allow wireless traffic to the internet
Guest or internal users
3.6 WLAN Controller
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General configuration of IP addresses, management info, interfaces, mobility group, NTP, SNMP
Create and configure WLANs with appropriate security models
Set AP parameters
Create AP groups
Configure connections to NCS
Configure connections to one (1), new NPS
Create and configure Guest WLAN(s) with appropriate security models
Configure a basic, HTML, web authentication page for guest access to the WLAN
○ The Guest Access web page will be configured with the UNL-provided certificate.
3.7 Access Points
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General configuration of:
o Host names
o IP addresses
o Management info
o Radio interfaces
o Provisioning of preferred and prioritized controllers
o Add to AP group
o AP mode
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3.8 CISCO Prime Network Control System (NCS)
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Install software on purchased hardware appliance
Apply UNL-purchased licenses
Configure communication between NCS and the WLC(s)
Import WLC configurations
Import UNL-provided, floor plan images
Place access points onto Maps
Configure Administrative Settings and Background Tasks
3.9 CISCO Mobility Services Engine (MSE)
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General configuration of:
• Host name
• IP address
• Administrative user name and password
• Connection to NCS server(s)
• Service enablement
• Licensing
Configure Context-Aware service
• Define map inclusion and exclusion areas
• Define map rail areas
• Create event definitions
3.10 Authentication Authorization Accounting (AAA) Server
• WLC
Add AAA server(s) to the WLC(s) for 802.1x user authentication
o Configure WLANs with correct AAA server
• AAA RADIUS
o Add WLC(s)
o Add NCS
o Configure access policies
• NCS
o Configure NCS to use the AAA server
3.11 Coverage Validation Survey
Perform a single, passive walk-through of the facility using AirMagnet Survey software to generate coverage
maps and validate the RF coverage of the estimated access points.
Remedial efforts and recommendations needed to satisfy deficiencies in the wireless coverage are out of
scope and will be addressed with a Change Order.
3.11.1
Parking garages included in this project will require full coverage on every level.
3.12 WLAN Testing
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Authentication for each SSID
Access control for each SSID
Device roaming
Data access
Call quality
Context-Aware precision and accuracy
Coverage throughout each location
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CleanAir Spectrum Intelligence
3.13 Knowledge Transfer
Provide up to 24 hours of knowledge transfer on the settings and features for the following:
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Monitor Summary, APs, Statistics, Rogues, and Clients
WLAN
Wireless, Access Points, all APs, Radios
Security Overview and Security Signature Events Summary
Trap Log information and Message Logs
Maintaining code, configuration files, time and date
Overview of Lobby Ambassador functionality for guest access
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Overview and customization of the Home page (General, Client, Security, etc.)
Monitor Summary, Maps, WLCs, APs, Clients, RRM, Alarms, Events
Reports creation, saving, running, and scheduling
Overview of Configure menu: WLCs, APs, and templates
Administration including Background Tasks
Overview of Lobby Ambassador functionality for guest access
Overview of the configuration of Context-Aware
NCS
3.14 Testing/Tuning
Engineer(s) present at seven (7), events after installation
• Testing/Tuning may include the following:
o Perform full stress test scenario proving 80% true coverage
 Provide how the test was performed
o Provide utilization reports
o Includes any and all configuration changes necessary
o Adjustment of DHCP/DNS scopes and/or settings
o Adjustment of firewall settings
o Tuning/Adjusting WLC(s) setting(s)
o Recommendation for addition, move, or subtraction of Access Points
o Recommendation for antenna down tilt/angle adjustments
• Event dates for testing/tuning (dates could be subject to change)
o August 30th, 2014
o September 6th, 2014
o September 20th, 2014
o September 27th, 2014
o October 25th, 2014
o November 1st, 2014
o November 22nd, 2014
3.15 Documentation
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System Operation and Instructions: Prepare a complete and typical procedure for the operation of the
equipment as a system, organized by subsystem or activity. This procedure should describe the operation
of system capabilities. Assume the intended reader of the manual to be technically inexperienced and
unfamiliar with this facility.
A list of equipment indicating manufacturer, model, serial number, and equipment location (i.e.;
rack/room number). Update following acceptance testing, if changed.
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Manufacturer’s Instruction Manuals for items of equipment, incorporating or followed by manufacturer's
warranty statements.
Where manufacturer registration is required, register warranty in Owner’s name, and at an address
determined by Owner. Provide copy of registration.
For custom circuits or modifications, a description of the purpose, capabilities, and operation of each
item.
3.16 Change Orders
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Please provide a specified hourly rate in your response for any possible change orders that would apply
up to 1 year after installation.
3.17 Related Work - Structured Cabling
Bidder can utilize University cable trays and conduit where available. Where not available, it will be the bidder’s
responsibility to provide in conjunction with University guidelines. Provide wiring and cabling diagrams depicting
cable types, designator and color codes. Give each component a unique designator and use this designator
consistently throughout the project.
Cable and Connectors
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Installation shall include all required and operationally necessary low voltage control and/or fiber optic
cabling for all displays
All cable will be run in conduit/cable tray to each element.
Conduit, where exposed to physical damage of any kind or accessible to the public. UNL will make all
decisions pertaining to whether physical damage is an issue.
All installations of conduit, mounting of devices, or installation of any component of the entire system
shall be done in a neat and workmanlike manner. UNL maintains the right to make all determinations
regarding the aesthetics of the installation.
Cabling must be done in compliance with all state and local guidelines using all applicable current
standards
3.18 Cisco Requirements Documentation
Please reference Cisco Stadium-Wide WiFi Requirements document for:
Low-Level Wireless LAN Requirements
End User or WLAN Device Access Requirements
Application Support
Management and Control
Wired Network Foundation
4 Stadium Vision
The designed StadiumVision installation is an upgrade, not a new installation. This system will be
designed to add redundancy to the existing Pinnacle Bank Arena installation. This system will be a
backup for Pinnacle Bank Arena and Pinnacle Bank Arena will be a backup for UNL.
4.1 Video Head End
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Provision, configure, activate and perform functional testing on Cisco Encoders and Cisco Digital Content
Managers (DCM) that will broadcast Video channels onto the IP network for the Cisco Video Headend.
Configure in-use video streams, signal continuity testing, and adjust as necessary.
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Address and troubleshoot all issues related to Cisco Video Headend components including Encoders,
Transcoders, Digital Content Manager(s), and Demodulators.
Provision, configure, activate and perform functional testing on a single IPTV Crash Cart (to be provided by
the UNL).
Perform rack and stack of all hardware as per the LLD document.
Configure and install Video Head End cabling including the following activities: a). Bundle, cover (“dress”),
and label routing cables in accordance with LLD; b). Install Headend equipment in Data Center.
Perform physical assembly and cabling of equipment in IPTV Crash Cart.
Communicate and coordinate implementation activities with all relevant parties responsible for, among
other things, Ethernet/coax wiring, display mounting and install, and all other SV relevant activities
including: a). Satellite installed, b). Satellite Channels configured, c). Terrestrial Feeds tested and available,
d). In-House test feeds are available, e). Multicast configuration on the switches, and f). Channel Line-up
validated & provided to Cisco.
4.2 Video Distribution
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Provide Software upgrade and configuration and solution test of Cisco DMP, in accordance with the LLD
and CATP.
Provide a DMP Installation record to including a). Node and site specific information; b). Records the basic
tests and actions carried out for DMP component testing; c). IP addressing scheme and d). DMP naming
guidelines for DMPs.
Address and troubleshoot all issues related to LAN and power connectivity to DMP displays.
Perform rack and stack of all hardware including DMP and Display mounting and installation as per the
LLD and DMP Installation Guide.
Communicate and coordinate implementation activities with all relevant parties responsible for, among
other things, Ethernet/coax wiring, display mounting and install, and all other SV relevant activities.
Perform the following DMP / Display installation activities: a). TV labeled with Jack IDs, b). Cabling to
TV/DMPs Completed & Verified, c). Core Network Cabling Completed & Verified, and d). DMPs accessible
with remote.
4.3 StadiumVision Director
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Install StadiumVision Director software on both primary and secondary servers.
Configure and perform basic functionality test Game Scripting tool for the Video Control Operator for
each Event including: a). Display Zones - Not to exceed fifty (50) Display Zones; b). Event Scripts for control
of Display Zones - Not to exceed two (2) Event Scripts; c). RSS feed for tickers – not to exceed two (2); and
Display Content Templates – not exceed five (5); d) Dynamic Menu Boards layout – Not to exceed thirty
(30) unique Dynamic Menu Boards.
Perform rack and stack of all hardware as per the LLD document.
4.4 Video Display
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Perform installation of all hardware, including installation of display mount, installation of display, and
attachment of DMP as per the LLD document. Which includes removal and replacement of existing
monitors as required.
Connect all required cabling to include Ethernet to the DMP, RS-232 from DMP to video display, and
HDMI from DMP to video display.
Test and Validate vendor TV models to guarantee capability with the StadiumVision solution.
Develop a test plan to test and certify vendor TV displays with the StadiumVision solution.
4.5 Content Creation
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Provide hourly rate for content creation to be used at discretion if needed.
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5 Product
Include the following detail in your response. If you are modifying the original quantity for your design, please
explain. If you are adding a new line number and item name outside of the original design, please include
explanation.
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Description
Original Quantity
Modified Qty.
Price Per Unit
Ext. Price
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North America AC Type A Power Cable
CAT3850 UNIVERSAL
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50CM Type 1 Stacking Cable
Catalyst 3750X Stack Power Cable 30 CM
715W AC Config 1 Power Supply
Cisco Catalyst 3850 48 Port Full PoE IP Base
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CAT3850 UNIVERSAL
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Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Appliance Software
1
AIR-PWR-CORD-NA
AIR Line Cord North America
2
UCS C220 M3 LFF w/o CPU mem HDD PCIe PSU w/ rail kit
2
5.1
5.2
6.0
UCSC-C220-M3L
6.1
UCS-CPU-E5-2643
3.30 GHz E5-2643/130W 4C/10MB Cache/DDR3 1600MHz
4
6.2
UCS-MR-1X162RY-A
16GB DDR3-1600-MHz RDIMM/PC3-12800/dual rank/1.35v
4
6.3
UCS-HDD300GI2F208
300GB SAS 15K RPM 3.5 inch HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted
8
6.4
CAB-9K12A-NA
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
4
6.5
UCSC-PSU-650W
650W power supply for C-series rack servers
4
6.6
UCS-RAID-9266-NB
MegaRAID 9266-8i with no battery back up
2
6.7
UCSC-HS-C220M3
Heat Sink for UCS C220 M3 Rack Server
4
6.8
UCSC-RAIL1
Rail Kit for C220 C22 C24 rack servers
2
6.9
RHEL-2S-1G-3A
Rhel/2 Socket/1 Guest/3Yr Svcs Required
2
6.10
RHEL-HA-2S-3A
RHEL Option\High-Availability/2 Socket/3Yr Svcs Required
2
6.11
UCSC-PCIF-01F
Full height PCIe filler for C-Series
2
7.0
ASR1002
*REMOVED
0
8.0
ASA5525-K9
ASA 5525-X with SW 8GE Data 1GE Mgmt AC 3DES/AES
2
8.1
ASA-ANYCONN-CSD-K9
ASA 5500 AnyConnect Client + Cisco Security Desktop Software
2
8.2
ASA5525-MB
ASA 5525 IPS Part Number with which PCB Serial is associated
2
8.3
SF-ASA-X-9.0-K8
ASA 9.0 Software image for -X platforms and ASA-SM Blade
2
8.4
CAB-AC
AC Power Cord (North America) C13 NEMA 5-15P 2.1m
2
8.5
ASA-VPN-CLNT-K9
Cisco VPN Client Software (Windows Solaris Linux Mac)
2
8.6
ASA5500-ENCR-K9
ASA 5500 Strong Encryption License (3DES/AES)
2
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
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9.0
9.1
9.2
L-MSE-PAK
MSE License PAK (E Delivery)
1
L-CAS-12KC
Context Aware Lic For 12000 Devices (RSSI based)- E Delivery
3
L-AD-LS-1000AP
1000 AP CMX License (Advanced Location Services licenses)
1
10.0
SFP-10G-LR=
10GBASE-LR SFP Module
11.0
N7K-C7004-S2E
Nexus 7004 Bundle (Chassis 1xSUP2E) No Power Supplies
2
100
11.1
N7KS2K9-61
Cisco NX-OS Release 6.1 for SUP2
2
11.2
N7K-ADV1K9
Nexus 7000 Advanced LAN Enterprise License (VDC CTS ONLY)
2
11.3
N7K-LAN1K9
Nexus 7000 LAN Enterprise License (L3 protocols)
2
11.4
N7K-SUP2E
Nexus 7000 - Supervisor 2 Enhanced Includes 8GB USB Flash
2
11.5
N7K-USB-8GB
Nexus 7K USB Flash Memory - 8GB (Log Flash)
2
11.6
N7K-F248XP-25E
Nexus 7000 F2-Series 48 Port 1/10G (SFP+) Enhanced
2
11.7
N7K-M148GT-11L
Nexus 7000 - 48 Port 10/100/1000 Module with XL option
2
11.8
N7K-AC-3KW
Nexus 7000 - 3.0KW AC Power Supply Module (Cable Included)
4
11.9
CAB-7513AC
AC POWER CORD NORTH AMERICA (110V)
4
12.0
R-PI12-K9
Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2
1
12.1
L-PI12-LF-500
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 500 Device Lic
1
12.2
L-PI12-AS-1K
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Assurance - 1K Interface Lic
1
12.3
L-PI12-LF-500-LIC
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 500 Device Lic PAK
1
12.4
L-PILMS42-500
Prime Infrastructure LMS 4.2 - 500 Device Base Lic
1
12.5
R-PI12-BASE-K9
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Base License and Software
1
13.0
PRIME-NWK-REG
Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID (DCT Ordering Use Only)
1
13.1
14.0
PNR-8.1-DHCP-50K
AIR-CAP3702P-A-K9
Prime Network Registrar DHCP 8.1 - 50000 IP Leases
1
802.11ac Ctrlr AP 4x4:3SS w/CleanAir;Pro-install;A Reg Dom.
645
14.1
SWAP3700-RCOVRY-K9
Cisco 3700 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN RECOVERY
645
14.2
AIR-AP-BRACKET-1
802.11n AP Low Profile Mounting Bracket (Default)
645
14.3
AIR-AP-T-RAIL-R
Ceiling Grid Clip for Aironet APs - Recessed Mount (Default)
645
15.0
AIR-ANT2513P4M-N=
2.4 GHz/5 GHz 13 dBi Patch Antenna. 4 port N conn.
233
5 ft Low Loss RF cable w/RP-TNC and N-type connectors
932
802.11ac Ctrlr AP 4x4:3SS w/CleanAir; Int Ant; A Reg Domain
230
15.1
16.0
AIR-CAB005LL-R-N
AIR-CAP3702I-A-K9
16.1
SWAP3700-RCOVRY-K9
Cisco 3700 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN RECOVERY
230
16.2
AIR-AP-BRACKET-1
802.11n AP Low Profile Mounting Bracket (Default)
230
16.3
AIR-AP-T-RAIL-R
Ceiling Grid Clip for Aironet APs - Recessed Mount (Default)
230
17.0
AIR-CT8510-1K-K9
Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controller Supporting 1000 Aps
1
17.1
AIR-PWR-CORD-NA
AIR Line Cord North America
1
17.2
AIR-CT8510-SW-7.3
Cisco 8510 Wireless Controller SW Rel. 7.3
1
17.3
AIR-CT8510-K9
Base PID for Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controller
1
17.4
LIC-8500-BASE
8500 Base License
1
17.5
LIC-CT8500-1000
1000 AP License for Cisco 8500 Wireless Controller
1
17.6
PI-MSE-PRMO-INSRT
Insert Packout - PI-MSE
1
Cisco 8510 Series High Availability Wireless Controller
1
18.0
AIR-CT8510-HA-K9
18.1
AIR-PWR-CORD-NA
AIR Line Cord North America
1
18.2
AIR-CT8510-SW-7.3
Cisco 8510 Wireless Controller SW Rel. 7.3
1
18.3
AIR-CT8510-K9
Base PID for Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controller
1
18.4
LIC-8500-BASE
8500 Base License
1
18.5
PI-MSE-PRMO-INSRT
Insert Packout - PI-MSE
1
19.0
L-MSE-7.0-K9
MSE Virtual Appliance (Please select L-MSE-PAK for MSE Lic)
1
1.0.1
CON-SNT-WS-C384PS
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco Catalyst 3850 24 Port PoE IP Base
13
Services
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
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2.0.1
CON-SNT-WSC388FS
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco Catalyst 3850 48 Port Full PoE IP
32
5.0.1
CON-SNT-NCSAPL9
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco Prime Network Control System HW
1
6.0.1
CON-SNT-C220M3LF
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD UCS C220 M3 Server - LFF
2
6.9.0.1
CON-ISV1-RH2S1G3A
ISV 24X7 Rhel/2 Socket/1 Guest List Price is ANNUAL
2
6.10.0.1
CON-ISV1-RHHA2S3A
ISV 24X7 High-Availability/2 Socket List Price is ANNUAL
2
7.0.1
CON-SNT-ASR1002
*REMOVED
0
8.0.1
CON-SNT-A25K9
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD ASA 5525-X with SW
2
11.0.1
CON-SNT-N7K4S2E
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Nexus 7004 Bundle (C
2
12.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12K9B
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
1
12.1.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12LF5H
SW APP SUPP + UPGR PI 1.2 - Lifecycle - 500 Device Lic
1
12.5.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12BASE
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
1
13.0.1
CON-SAS-PRIMENWK
SW APP SUPP Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID
1
13.1.0.1
CON-SAS-PNR81DH5
SW APP SUPP Prime Network Registrar DHCP 8.1 50K IPL
1
17.0.1
CON-SNT-AIRCT85Z
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco 8500 Series Wi
1
18.0.1
CON-SNT-AIRCT85
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco 8510 Series Hi
1
19.0.1
CON-SAU-LMSE7K
SW APP SUPP + UPGR MSE Virtual Appliance
1
5.2 Ed Weir Track
Line Number
Products
Item Name
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.0
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
WS-C4500X-24X-ES
C4KX-PWR-BLANK
C4KX-PWR-750AC-R
CAB-US515-C15-US
S45XU-34-1512SG
C4500X-16P-IP-ES
C4KX-NM-8SFP+
GLC-LH-SMD
GLC-T
WS-C2960S-48FPD-L
C2960S-STACK
CAB-STK-E-0.5M
CAB-16AWG-AC
AIR-ANT2566P4W-R=
AIR-CT5508-100-K9
SWC5500K9-74
AIR-PWR-CORD-NA
LIC-CT5508-100
LIC-CT5508-BASE
AIR-PWR-5500-AC
R-PI12-K9
R-PI12-BASE-K9
L-PI12-LF-100
L-PI12-LF-100-LIC
L-PILMS42-100
UCSC-C220-M3L
UCS-CPU-E5-2650
UCS-ML-1X324RY-A
UCS-HDD1TI2F212
CAB-9K12A-NA
UCSC-PSU-650W
UCSC-RAID-11-C220
Description
Catalyst 4500-X 24 Port 10G Ent. Services Frt-to-Bk No P/S
Catalyst 4500X power supply Blank
Catalyst 4500X 750W AC front to back cooling power supply
NEMA 5-15 to IEC-C15 8ft US
CAT4500-X Universal Image
IP Base to Ent. Services license for 16 Port Catalyst 4500-X
Catalyst 4500X 8 Port 10G Network Module
1000BASE-LX/LH SFP transceiver module MMF/SMF 1310nm DOM
1000BASE-T SFP
Catalyst 2960S 48 GigE PoE 740W 2 x 10G SFP+ LAN Base
Catalyst 2960S FlexStack Stack Module optional for LAN Base
Cisco FlexStack 50cm stacking cable
AC Power cord 16AWG
2.4 GHz 6 dBi/5 GHz 6 dBi Directional Ant. 4-port RP-TNC
Cisco 5508 Series Wireless Controller for up to 100 APs
Cisco Unified Wireless Controller SW Release 7.4
AIR Line Cord North America
100 AP Base license
Base Software License
Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controller Redundant Power Supply
Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Base License and Software
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 100 Device Lic
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 100 Device Lic PAK
Prime Infrastructure LMS 4.2 - 100 Device Base Lic
UCS C220 M3 LFF w/o CPU mem HDD PCIe PSU w/ rail kit
2.00 GHz E5-2650/95W 8C/20MB Cache/DDR3 1600MHz
32GB DDR3-1600-MHz LR DIMM/PC3-12800/quad rank/x4/1.35v
1TB SAS 7.2K RPM 3.5 inch HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
650W power supply for C-series rack servers
Cisco UCS RAID SAS 2008M-8i Mezz Card for C220 (0/1/10/5/50)
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
Quantity
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
24
24
12
12
12
12
12
2
2
4
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
8
4
4
2
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6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
7.0
8.0
8.1
9.0
10.0
10.1
10.2
11.0
12.0
13.0
13.1
13.2
13.3
14.0
14.1
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.3
UCSC-HS-C220M3
UCSC-PCIF-01F
UCSC-PCIF-01H
UCSC-RAIL1
VMW-VS5-ENT-1A
L-MSE-7.0-K9
L-MSE-PAK
L-CAS-6KC
GLC-T=
PRIME-NWK-REG
PNR-8.1-DHCP-1K-K9
PNR-8.0-DHCP-1K-K9
ASA5515-DC-K8
SFP-10G-LR=
AIR-CAP3702P-A-K9
SWAP3700-RCOVRY-K9
AIR-AP-BRACKET-1
AIR-AP-T-RAIL-R
AIR-ANT2513P4M-N=
AIR-CAB005LL-R-N
AIR-CAP3702I-A-K9
SWAP3700-RCOVRY-K9
AIR-AP-BRACKET-1
AIR-AP-T-RAIL-R
Heat Sink for UCS C220 M3 Rack Server
Full height PCIe filler for C-Series
Half height PCIe filler for UCS
Rail Kit for C220 C22 C24 rack servers
VMware vSphere 5 Enterprise (1 CPU) 1yr Support Required
MSE Virtual Appliance (Please select L-MSE-PAK for MSE Lic)
MSE License PAK (E Delivery)
Context Aware Lic For 6000 Devices (RSSI based) - E Delivery
1000BASE-T SFP
Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID (DCT Ordering Use Only)
Prime Network Registrar DHCP 8.1 Base - 1K IP Leases
Cisco Prime Network Registrar DHCP v8.0 Base 1000 IP nodes
ASA 5515-X with SW 6GE Data 1GE Mgmt DC DES
10GBASE-LR SFP Module
802.11ac Ctrlr AP 4x4:3SS w/CleanAir;Pro-install;A Reg Dom.
Cisco 3700 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN RECOVERY
802.11n AP Low Profile Mounting Bracket (Default)
Ceiling Grid Clip for Aironet APs - Recessed Mount (Default)
2.4 GHz/5 GHz 13 dBi Patch Antenna. 4 port N conn.
5 ft Low Loss RF cable w/RP-TNC and N-type connectors
802.11ac Ctrlr AP 4x4:3SS w/CleanAir; Int Ant; A Reg Domain
Cisco 3700 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN RECOVERY
802.11n AP Low Profile Mounting Bracket (Default)
Ceiling Grid Clip for Aironet APs - Recessed Mount (Default)
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
12
1
1
1
2
24
30
30
30
30
20
80
30
30
30
30
CON-SNT-WSC24EXX
CON-SNT-2960S4FD
CON-SNT-CT08100
CON-SAU-PI12K9B
CON-SAU-PI12BASE
CON-SNT-C220M3LF
CON-ISV1-VS5ENT1A
CON-SAU-LMSE7K
CON-SAS-PRIMENWK
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Catalyst 4500-X 24 Port 10G Ent. Service
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cat 2960S Stk48 GigE PoE 740W2x10G LANB
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco 5508 Series
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD UCS C220 M3 Server - LFF
ISV 24X7 VMware vSphere Enterprise List Price is ANNUAL
SW APP SUPP + UPGR MSE Virtual Appliance
SW APP SUPP Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID
2
12
2
1
1
2
4
1
1
Services
1.0.1
2.0.1
4.0.1
5.0.1
5.1.0.1
6.0.1
6.11.0.1
7.0.1
10.0.1
5.3 Hawks Champion Center
Line Number
Item Name
Description
Quantity
Products
1.0
WS-C4500X-24X-ES
Catalyst 4500-X 24 Port 10G Ent. Services Frt-to-Bk No P/S
2
1.1
C4KX-PWR-BLANK
Catalyst 4500X power supply Blank
2
1.2
C4KX-PWR-750AC-R
Catalyst 4500X 750W AC front to back cooling power supply
2
1.3
CAB-US515-C15-US
NEMA 5-15 to IEC-C15 8ft US
2
1.4
S45XU-34-1512SG
CAT4500-X Universal Image
2
1.5
C4500X-16P-IP-ES
IP Base to Ent. Services license for 16 Port Catalyst 4500-X
2
1.6
C4KX-NM-8SFP+
Catalyst 4500X 8 Port 10G Network Module
2
1.7
GLC-LH-SMD
1000BASE-LX/LH SFP transceiver module MMF/SMF 1310nm DOM
24
1.8
GLC-T
1000BASE-T SFP
24
2.0
2.1
WS-C2960S-48FPD-L
C2960S-STACK
Catalyst 2960S 48 GigE PoE 740W 2 x 10G SFP+ LAN Base
Catalyst 2960S FlexStack Stack Module optional for LAN Base
4
4
2.2
CAB-STK-E-0.5M
Cisco FlexStack 50cm stacking cable
4
2.3
CAB-16AWG-AC
AC Power cord 16AWG
4
3.0
AIR-CAP3602I-A-K9
802.11n CAP w/CleanAir; 4x4:3SS; Mod; Int Ant; A Reg Domain
60
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
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3.1
AIR-AP-BRACKET-1
802.11n AP Low Profile Mounting Bracket (Default)
60
3.2
AIR-AP-T-RAIL-R
Ceiling Grid Clip for Aironet APs - Recessed Mount (Default)
60
3.3
SWAP3600-RCOVRY-K9
Cisco 3600 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN RECOVERY
60
4.0
AIR-CT5508-100-K9
Cisco 5508 Series Wireless Controller for up to 100 APs
2
4.1
SWC5500K9-74
Cisco Unified Wireless Controller SW Release 7.4
2
4.2
AIR-PWR-CORD-NA
AIR Line Cord North America
4
4.3
LIC-CT5508-100
100 AP Base license
2
4.4
LIC-CT5508-BASE
Base Software License
2
4.5
AIR-PWR-5500-AC
Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controller Redundant Power Supply
2
5.0
R-PI12-K9
Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2
1
5.1
R-PI12-BASE-K9
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Base License and Software
1
5.2
L-PI12-LF-100
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 100 Device Lic
1
5.3
L-PI12-LF-100-LIC
Prime Infrastructure 1.2 - Lifecycle - 100 Device Lic PAK
1
5.4
L-PILMS42-100
Prime Infrastructure LMS 4.2 - 100 Device Base Lic
1
6.0
UCSC-C220-M3L
UCS C220 M3 LFF w/o CPU mem HDD PCIe PSU w/ rail kit
2
6.1
UCS-CPU-E5-2650
2.00 GHz E5-2650/95W 8C/20MB Cache/DDR3 1600MHz
4
6.2
UCS-ML-1X324RY-A
32GB DDR3-1600-MHz LR DIMM/PC3-12800/quad rank/x4/1.35v
4
6.3
UCS-HDD1TI2F212
1TB SAS 7.2K RPM 3.5 inch HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted
8
6.4
CAB-9K12A-NA
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
4
6.5
UCSC-PSU-650W
650W power supply for C-series rack servers
4
6.6
UCSC-RAID-11-C220
Cisco UCS RAID SAS 2008M-8i Mezz Card for C220 (0/1/10/5/50)
2
6.7
UCSC-HS-C220M3
Heat Sink for UCS C220 M3 Rack Server
4
6.8
UCSC-PCIF-01F
Full height PCIe filler for C-Series
2
6.9
UCSC-PCIF-01H
Half height PCIe filler for UCS
2
6.10
UCSC-RAIL1
Rail Kit for C220 C22 C24 rack servers
2
6.11
VMW-VS5-ENT-1A
VMware vSphere 5 Enterprise (1 CPU) 1yr Support Required
4
L-MSE-7.0-K9
MSE Virtual Appliance (Please select L-MSE-PAK for MSE Lic)
1
7.0
8.0
L-MSE-PAK
MSE License PAK (E Delivery)
1
8.1
L-CAS-6KC
Context Aware Lic For 6000 Devices (RSSI based) - E Delivery
1
9.0
GLC-T=
1000BASE-T SFP
8
10.0
ASA5515-DC-K8
ASA 5515-X with SW 6GE Data 1GE Mgmt DC DES
2
11.0
SFP-10G-LR=
10GBASE-LR SFP Module
10
12.0
PRIME-NWK-REG
Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID (DCT Ordering Use Only)
1
12.1
PNR-8.1-DHCP-5K
Prime Network Registrar DHCP 8.1 - 5000 IP Leases
1
Services
1.0.1
CON-SNT-WSC24EXX
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Catalyst 4500-X 24 Port 10G Ent. Service
2
2.0.1
CON-SNT-2960S4FD
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cat 2960S Stk48 GigE PoE 740W2x10G LANB
4
3.0.1
CON-SNT-C362IA
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD 802.11n CAP w/CleanAir 4x4 3SS Mod Int
60
4.0.1
CON-SNT-CT08100
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Cisco 5508 Series
2
5.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12K9B
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
1
5.1.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12BASE
SW APP SUPP + UPGR NULL SKU-No line item services included
1
5.2.0.1
CON-SAU-PI12LF1H
SW APP SUPP + UPGR PI 1.2 - Lifecycle - 100 Device Lic
1
6.0.1
CON-SNT-C220M3LF
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD UCS C220 M3 Server - LFF
2
6.11.0.1
CON-ISV1-VS5ENT1A
ISV 24X7 VMware vSphere Enterprise List Price is ANNUAL
4
CON-SAU-LMSE7K
SW APP SUPP + UPGR MSE Virtual Appliance
1
12.0.1
7.0.1
CON-SAS-PRIMENWK
SW APP SUPP Cisco Prime Network Registrar PID
1
12.1.0.1
CON-SAS-PNR81DH2
SW APP SUPP Prime Network Registrar DHCP 8.1 -5K IPL
1
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
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5.4 Gass Practice Field Parking Lots
Line Number
Item Name
Description
Quantity
Products
1.0
AIR-CAP1552E-A-K9
802.11N Outdoor Mesh Access Point Ext. Ant. A Reg. Domain
1.1
S155W7K9-15202JB
Cisco 1550 Series IOS WIRELESS LAN - Autonomous
38
1.2
AIR-ANT2547V-N
2.4 GHz 4dBi/5 GHz 7dBi Dual Band Omni Antenna N connector
114
1.3
AIR-1520-BATT-6AH
1520 Series Battery Backup
38
38
5.5 Stadium Vision
Line Number
Products
Item Name
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
4.0
SV-DIR-DIRECTOR-K9
CAB-9K12A-NA
SV-CPU-E5-2640
SV-RAID-9266
SV-PSU-650W
SV-MEM-1X082RY-A
R2XX-RAID1
R2XX-RAID5
SV-HDX-A03-D300GA2
N20-BBLKD
SV-DIR-50DISP
SV-DIR-50DISP-RTUX
SV-DIR-INC-10DISP
SV-DIR-INC-10SVM
SV-DIR-SW-3-K9
SV-M-STREAMER-K9
CAB-9K12A-NA
SV-CPU-E5-2640
SV-RAID-9266
SV-PSU-650W
SV-MEM-1X082RY-A
R2XX-RAID1
R2XX-RAID5
SV-HDX-A03-D300GA2
N20-BBLKD
SV-M-SW-STR-1-K9
SV-M-REPORTER-K9
CAB-9K12A-NA
SV-CPU-E5-2640
SV-RAID-9266
SV-PSU-650W
SV-MEM-1X082RY-A
R2XX-RAID1
R2XX-RAID5
SV-HDX-A03-D300GA2
N20-BBLKD
SV-M-AGENTS-10
SV-M-AGENTS-10-LX
SV-M-SW-REP-1-K9
DMP-4310G-54-K9
Description
StadiumVision Director Base License and Platform
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
StadiumVision CPU for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision RAID with Battery for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Power Supply for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Memory for Platform3 Auto Expand
Enable RAID 1 Setting
Enable RAID 5 Setting
StadiumVision Included HD for Platform3 Auto Expand
UCS 2.5 inch HDD blanking panel
StadiumVision Director 50 Display Licenses
StadiumVision Director Display Licenses SO RTU Expand
StadiumVision Director 10 Included Display Licenses
StadiumVision Director 10 Included Video Mgmt Licenses
StadiumVision Director Software Release Three
StadiumVision Mobile Streamer License and Platform
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
StadiumVision CPU for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision RAID with Battery for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Power Supply for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Memory for Platform3 Auto Expand
Enable RAID 1 Setting
Enable RAID 5 Setting
StadiumVision Included HD for Platform3 Auto Expand
UCS 2.5 inch HDD blanking panel
StadiumVision Mobile Streamer Software Release One
StadiumVision Mobile Reporter License and Platform
Power Cord 125VAC 13A NEMA 5-15 Plug North America
StadiumVision CPU for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision RAID with Battery for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Power Supply for Platform3 Auto Expand
StadiumVision Memory for Platform3 Auto Expand
Enable RAID 1 Setting
Enable RAID 5 Setting
StadiumVision Included HD for Platform3 Auto Expand
UCS 2.5 inch HDD blanking panel
StadiumVision Mobile Agents 10K License
StadiumVision Mobile Agents 10K License Expand (Future)
StadiumVision Mobile Reporter Software Release One
DMP 4310 32GB with Accessory Kit
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
Quantity
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
6
2
20
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
2
6
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
2
6
10
1
1
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4.1
5.0
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
7.0
8.0
DMP-4310G-SW54-K9
D9096-2C8-A-K9
WS-C3750X-24T-S
CAB-3KX-AC
C3KX-PWR-350WAC/2
S375XVK9T-12253SE
C3KX-NM-10G
CAB-STACK-50CM
CAB-SPWR-30CM
C3KX-PWR-350WAC
GLC-T=
ASA5515-DC-K8
DMP 4310 Firmware Version 5.4
D9096 Dual channel 8-bit 4:2:2 AVC Enc. w/ 4 audio with AES
Catalyst 3750X 24 Port Data IP Base
AC Power Cord for Catalyst 3K-X (North America)
Catalyst 3K-X 350W AC Secondary Power Supply
CAT 3750X IOS UNIVERSAL WITH WEB BASE DEV MGR
Catalyst 3K-X 10G Network Module option PID
Cisco StackWise 50CM Stacking Cable
Catalyst 3750X Stack Power Cable 30 CM
Catalyst 3K-X 350W AC Power Supply
1000BASE-T SFP
ASA 5515-X with SW 6GE Data 1GE Mgmt DC DES
CON-SNT-SVDIRDIR
CON-SAU-SVDIR10D
CON-SAU-SVDIR10S
CON-SNT-SVMSTREA
CON-SNT-SVMREPOR
CON-SAU-SVMAG10K
CON-RFR-D90962C8
CON-SNT-3750X2TS
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD StadiumVision Direct Base Lic Platform
SW APP SUPP + UPGR StadiumVision Director 10 Included Displ
SW APP SUPP + UPGR StadiumVision Director 10 Included Video
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD StadiumVision Mobile Streamer Lic Plat
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD StadiumVision Mob Reportr Lic Platform
SW APP SUPP + UPGR StadiumVision Mobile Agents 10K License
RETURN FOR REPAIR D9096 Dual channel 8-bit 4:2:2 AVC Enc.
SMARTNET 8X5XNBD Catalyst 3750X 24 Port Data IP Base
1045
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
2
Services
1.0.1
1.12.0.1
1.13.0.1
2.0.1
3.0.1
3.10.0.1
5.0.1
6.0.1
UNL Bid No: 2305-14-4321
1
1
1
1
1
10
2
2
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