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Digital Buildings
& The 4th Utility
There has never been a better time to
make buildings smarter
Eric Thibault, CD, B.Eng....
Agenda
• Digital Building
• Business Drivers
• What It Is
• The 4th Utility
• Network Convergence, Network
Design & Cyber ...
Digital Building:
Business
Drivers
Cost Sustainability Physical &
Cyber Security
Tenant
Experience
Business drivers for Digital Buildings…
Real Estate Costs
• 2nd Largest Corporate Expense
after Salaries
• 40% Of Building Operational
Expense is “Keeping the Lig...
Sustainability
• 23% of all global Electricity usage
is from Commercial Bldgs
(~60% HVAC, 15% lighting)
• Vancouver Declar...
Tenant Experience
• Preference for open workspaces
that foster collaboration
• Demand for improved
experiences that also h...
Physical & Cyber Security
• $420M Paid by a large retailer in
HVAC breach
• 15+ M exposed cyber assets in the
10 largest U...
9
Utilities
$3 (/ sft / yr)
Rent
$30 (/ sft / yr)
Payroll
$300 (/ sft / yr)
Area(s) of Impact:
• Energy
• Water,
• Waste
•...
Digital Building:
What It Is
Building Services
Tenant Services
The Anatomy of a Building…
11
Building Systems Currently Siloed, Complex & Insecure
VAV
FCU
Heat
Pump
Chilled
Beam
Boilers
Chillers
BMS
AHU
Building Mgm...
Simply put, its about:
1. Connecting The Unconnected in your
Buildings…
What does it mean to be a Digital Building?
2. Gen...
The 4th Utility:
Architecture
• Just like Gas, Water & Electricity… The ability for data to ‘Flow’
between Building & IT Systems throughout the building...
Building Applications & Analytics
(Light & temperature control, Energy Mgt, video
surveillance)
Building Endpoints
(Sensor...
The 4th Utility:
Convergence
On IP & PoE
IP Convergence for Digital Building Technologies
Phone – TDM to IP
2005 Late 2000s 2010 20151995
Data
Network
IP Telephony...
Opening a world of Building PoE Endpoints
IP Call Tower
IP Call Stations
Status Signs
Meeting Room
Nameplate
Temp Sensor
C...
The 4th Utility:
The Cisco
Digital Building
Switch
The Catalyst Digital Building Series Switch (CDB)
Optimized and purpose-built for Low Voltage Building Deployments
Fanless...
Mounting Options
Flexible Mount (Ceiling) Rack Mount
Physical Stacking
(multiple ceiling mounts)
PoE Innovation for the Digital Building Switches
Full UPOE
§ Increased PoE
Budget: 480W of
UPOE (8 x 60W)
§ Fanless, silen...
The 4th Utility:
Design &
Topologies
25
Converged Digital Building Architecture
Firewall
(Active)
Firewall
(Standby)
Building
Security Center
External
Connecti...
Area 1 Area 2
Centralized Deployment: Fixtures connecting directly to C9300
Aggregation/Access
(L2/L3)
Core
(L3)
SW-1 SW-2...
Access (L2)
Aggregation
(L2/L3)
Core
(L3)
SW-1 SW-2
9500 9500
40G/10G
9300 Stack
CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U
Area 1 Area 2...
Access (L2)
Aggregation
(L2/L3)
Core
(L3)
SW-1 SW-2
9500 9500
40G/10G
9300 Stack
CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U
Area 1 Area 2...
Access (L2)
Aggregation
(L2/L3)
Core
(L3)
SW-1 SW-2
9500 9500
40G/10G
9300 Stack
CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U
Area 1 Area 2...
Critical Infrastructure Support
Distribution
Critical
Access
(IDF)
Non-Critical
Access
UPSPowered
CriticalInfrastructure
E...
The 4th Utility:
Cyber
Security
Securing these Devices is Hard
The Network Needs to Offer an Extended Trust Domain, with Scalable Device Classification an...
Source: http://www.zdnet.com/article/researchers-expose-vulnerable-iot-devices-in-major-us-cities/
IoT Devices Becoming At...
The Dilemma…
Building Systems & IT Systems need to be Inter-Connected to get
the Digital Building Benefits…
… And they als...
See everything
• ISE
• Stealthwatch
• Encrypted Traffic
Analysis (ETA)
Visibility
Stop the breach
• NGFW/NGIPS
• AMP and T...
36
Network Segmentation
A Single Physical Network that can Automatically Identify, Classify & Segment
ALL IT & Building Sy...
37
DNAC Virtual Networks – Macro Segmentation
Isolate the “Things” using an
independent “Virtual Networks”
38
DNAC Policy Control – Micro Segmentation (within Group)
39
Segmentation is a Powerful Security Tool
“Network segmentation… is one of the most effective
controls an agency can imp...
The 4th Utility:
How Much
Convergence?
Building Systems Convergence Models
No Convergence (No Benefits)
Building
Systems
IT Systems
IT-Only
Converged
Network
Wea...
Building Systems Convergence Models
Full Convergence (Maximum Benefits)
Weather,
Cloud Svc,
Systems
Mgt, etc.
Internet
Bui...
Building Systems Convergence Models - Alternatives
Dual Islands (Partial Benefits)
Weather,
Cloud Svc,
Systems
Mgt, etc.
B...
Building Systems Convergence Models - Alternatives
Bridged Dual Islands (Maximum Benefits)
Weather,
Cloud Svc,
Systems
Mgt...
Matt Good, CCIE# 7860 Emeritus
Director, Digital Buildings & Workplaces
Success Story:
CompuCom’s
Digital Building
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 2
▪ Designed and built global headquarters for
CompuCom in Fort Mill, SC
(Close proximity to...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 3
▪ Develop digital facility showcase
▪ Demonstrate that technology not only
reduces cost of...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 4
▪ Weaved technology into the process from the
beginning – pre lease-signing
▪ Executive su...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 5
▪ First building to leverage Power over Ethernet exclusively for lighting
• No light switc...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 6
▪ 100% IP building
• Single unified network
• No proprietary systems
• No analog phone lin...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 7
100% Webex Collaboration
▪ No technology hassles –
meetings start on time!
▪ No HDMI/VGA c...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 8
▪ Eliminated Cabling to Furniture
• Mix of Jabber and Webex Teams for voice communications...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 9
▪ Dual 4500-Xs in core
▪ 3650s at access layer
▪ Layer three pushed to the edge
▪ Each gro...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 10
▪ Dual 4500-Xs in Core
▪ 3650s at Distribution/Access Layer
▪ Each group of Digital Build...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 11
▪ HVAC (all VAVs powered with PoE)
▪ Plumbing (Meters, Controllers)
▪ Lighting (4 systems...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 12
How did we do?
less construction costs per square
foot compared to previous
headquarters
...
© 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 13
▪ New canvas for experience
• Include mobile functionality
• InfoSec/PhySec opportunity
•...
Closing
Thoughts
Global Digital Building Partner Community
Rich & Growing Ecosystem of Domain Experts Accelerating the Transition to a Digi...
There’s a New Kid On The Block!
VALUE
25% 75%
Lifecycle
cost
Building and Workplace
Design Current Entry
IT Network Design
Current Entry
Too Late!
Digital...
Closing Thoughts…
1. It’s not Sci-Fi!
2. Work Together (IT, Real
Estate, Industry)… Early!
3. Future proof your buildings
...
Are You
READY?
www.cisco.com/go/digitalbuilding
Related Exhibitors: CompuCom & SIgnify
ethibaul@cisco.com / matt.good@comp...
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Cisco Connect Ottawa 2018 Cisco digital buildings and the 4th utility w compucom case study

  1. 1. Digital Buildings & The 4th Utility There has never been a better time to make buildings smarter Eric Thibault, CD, B.Eng., M.Sc. Regional Director, Systems Engineering2 Oct 2018
  2. 2. Agenda • Digital Building • Business Drivers • What It Is • The 4th Utility • Network Convergence, Network Design & Cyber Security • Success Story: CompuCom • Business Objectives, Results & The Journey • Closing Thoughts
  3. 3. Digital Building: Business Drivers
  4. 4. Cost Sustainability Physical & Cyber Security Tenant Experience Business drivers for Digital Buildings…
  5. 5. Real Estate Costs • 2nd Largest Corporate Expense after Salaries • 40% Of Building Operational Expense is “Keeping the Lights On” • Typical workstations are unoccupied 60% of the time • LED Lighting results in 50-90% less energy consumption / Cost • Occupancy-based Analytics increases space utilization • 10% average CapEx savings from converging multiple Systems on a Single network • Electrician wage rates • Bending conduit • Electrical code • Structured cabling (UTP) • Pull bundles • Low-voltage DC PoE How can Digital Buildings Help?
  6. 6. Sustainability • 23% of all global Electricity usage is from Commercial Bldgs (~60% HVAC, 15% lighting) • Vancouver Declaration on Climate Change & Federal Sustainability Development Strategy – Set Important Goals to reduce GHG • Fed Govt set 40% GHG reduction objective for Govt Operations by 2030. • PSPC/RPB made ‘’Greening of Govt Operations’’ its #1 Priority (BP) • 5% Energy savings from Occupancy-based HVAC operation • LED Lighting results in 50-90% less energy consumption • Daylight harvesting • Using Data Analytics on BMS, PSPC/ESAP saved 24.5 GWh ($2.9M) across 40 Buildings since 2015 with plans to expand to 57 later this GFY. How can Digital Buildings Help?
  7. 7. Tenant Experience • Preference for open workspaces that foster collaboration • Demand for improved experiences that also have an impact on talent retention Smart & Connected Workspaces are Flexible, Interactive & Personalized and conducive to: Collaboration, Productivity, Creativity & Innovation Health & Comfort (e.g. HVAC Optimization) How can Digital Buildings Help?
  8. 8. Physical & Cyber Security • $420M Paid by a large retailer in HVAC breach • 15+ M exposed cyber assets in the 10 largest US cities • OT devices have limited security & crypto capabilities, prone to hacks • ‘’It’s not a matter of IF, but a matter of WHEN’’ Systems Convergence provides an opportunity to improve BOTH physical & Cyber Security: How can Digital Buildings Help? Tenants Safety (e.g. Emergency pathway lighting for first responders) Visibility into Bldg Systems traffic and attacks Attack surface through Virtual Segmentation Leverage IT’s 20+ years of Expertise to design & implement Enterprise-grade Cyber Security
  9. 9. 9 Utilities $3 (/ sft / yr) Rent $30 (/ sft / yr) Payroll $300 (/ sft / yr) Area(s) of Impact: • Energy • Water, • Waste • Use of Resources Area(s) of Impact: • Space Use • Asset Utilization Area(s) of Impact: • Employee Wellness • Productivity • Innovation Business Impact of Building Digitization JLL’s 3-30-300 Rule The 3-30-300 rule illustrates the average order of magnitude between a company’s costs for utilities, rent and payroll.
  10. 10. Digital Building: What It Is
  11. 11. Building Services Tenant Services The Anatomy of a Building… 11
  12. 12. Building Systems Currently Siloed, Complex & Insecure VAV FCU Heat Pump Chilled Beam Boilers Chillers BMS AHU Building Mgmt IT Network Management Facility Management Maintenance Management IP Telephony Wireless Lighting Control General Lighting Channel Controllers DSI/DALI Interface Occupancy Detectors Access Control Access Control IP Camera CCTV DVR 12
  13. 13. Simply put, its about: 1. Connecting The Unconnected in your Buildings… What does it mean to be a Digital Building? 2. Generating New Business Value e.g. Cost, Comfort, Productivity, safety, etc. Connectivity => Visibility => Data => Insight =>Automation & Optimization
  14. 14. The 4th Utility: Architecture
  15. 15. • Just like Gas, Water & Electricity… The ability for data to ‘Flow’ between Building & IT Systems throughout the building over a secure common IP network is critical to achieve the business outcomes expected from Digital Buildings • The 4th Utility is that Common Secure IP Network. Why Do We Need a 4th Utility?
  16. 16. Building Applications & Analytics (Light & temperature control, Energy Mgt, video surveillance) Building Endpoints (Sensors, IoT Devices, Luminaires, VAV, Badging, HVAC, Cameras, etc,) Cisco Digital Building Architecture - A Converged Ecosystem Secure IP Network Convergence for Full Network Innovation in Digital Buildings Digital Network Architecture (The 4th Utility) (Switching, Routing, Mobility) Security Automation Insights Analytics Automation Security Policy based Configuration, onboarding & management with APIC-EM Device Profiling, authentication and segmentation of IoT devices with NaaS A platform for Real-Time Analytics across enterprise and IoT networks ‘’A Network that is Constantly Learning, Adapting & Protecting’’
  17. 17. The 4th Utility: Convergence On IP & PoE
  18. 18. IP Convergence for Digital Building Technologies Phone – TDM to IP 2005 Late 2000s 2010 20151995 Data Network IP Telephony Building Mgmt. Systems using low-voltage PoE IP Cameras IP Building Systems on low-voltage PoE OpEx Physical Security to IP BACnet to IP Building Systems - Lighting Experiences Cloud Management and Analytics Building Systems - Ventilation Building Sensors 30W 30W Cat5e 60W total IEEE 802.3af: 15.4W -> 802.3at: 30W -> UPOE: 60W -> … 802.3bt: 90-100W of power
  19. 19. Opening a world of Building PoE Endpoints IP Call Tower IP Call Stations Status Signs Meeting Room Nameplate Temp Sensor Ceiling Fans Surveillance cameras HVAC VAV’s Touchscreen PC’s Curtain Motors Blind Motors Horns and SirensFacial Recognition Systems Entry Barriers And Turnstiles Environmental Sensor Hubs Biometric Door Locks POE Displays Badge readers Power Meter Access Points Light Fixtures Base building services Workspace Transformation Tenant Access & Security Smoke alarm
  20. 20. The 4th Utility: The Cisco Digital Building Switch
  21. 21. The Catalyst Digital Building Series Switch (CDB) Optimized and purpose-built for Low Voltage Building Deployments Fanless, Compact, Rugged Design Cisco UPOE and PoE+ options Low Voltage & Plenum Space Compliance Power Efficient (Idle & ~4W standby) Ceiling and Rack Mountable High Temperature Rating (50 deg C) 10 Year System Life Optimized for lighting § Power efficient (low standby) § Plenum ”UL” Rated Sturdy reliable design: “built to last” § Passive cooling § Long MTBF Simplified and Secure ceiling and rack mounting Innovative Design Cisco UPOE and PoE+ innovation § Perpetual PoE § Fast PoE Optimized for IOT connectivity § CoAP protocol support § Energy monitoring Cisco IOS Security Enhanced for IoT Day 0 out of band management § USB and Bluetooth connectivity § Configure and diagnostics Available on iOS and Android Web Management § Image upgrades § Diagnostics and alerts Simplified OT
  22. 22. Mounting Options Flexible Mount (Ceiling) Rack Mount Physical Stacking (multiple ceiling mounts)
  23. 23. PoE Innovation for the Digital Building Switches Full UPOE § Increased PoE Budget: 480W of UPOE (8 x 60W) § Fanless, silent reliable operation with increased MTBF and system life (10 yrs) Perpetual UPOE § Provides non-stop UPOE power § Switch can continue to provide power during configuration and reboot Fast UPOE § Restores power to powered device within 5 secs of power resumption … Wall Switch IP Video Surveillance Camera Dense Sensor Network (Light, Motion, CO2/CO, etc.) Commercial LED PoE Fixtures Building Mgmt (Connected HVAC) Digital Building Applications 2-Event Classification § Simplified power negotiation without LLDP § Physical layer negotiation < 1s based on class/type 30W 30W 60W total Cat5e PoE Delivers DC Power and data over a Standard Copper Ethernet Cable(RJ45), supporting an Expanding Ecosystem of PoE devices
  24. 24. The 4th Utility: Design & Topologies
  25. 25. 25 Converged Digital Building Architecture Firewall (Active) Firewall (Standby) Building Security Center External Connectivity Core and Distribution Building Firewalls • Inter-zone traffic segmentation • ACLs, IPS and IDS • VPN Services • Portal and Remote Desktop Services proxy Internet Data Center Primary WLC Secondary WLC Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) Link for Failover Detection ISE Policy Service Node Layer 2 Access CENTRALIZED Operations Center Access SAN Servers Servers Storage DISTRIBUTED: STAR DISTRIBUTED: DAISY CHAIN DISTRIBUTED: RING
  26. 26. Area 1 Area 2 Centralized Deployment: Fixtures connecting directly to C9300 Aggregation/Access (L2/L3) Core (L3) SW-1 SW-2 9500 9500 40G/10G 9300 Stack Floor Ceiling § LED lightings fixtures connect directly to UPOE Cisco Catalyst 9300’s in Wiring Closet § High Resiliency due to high-availability features with the C9300 Stack ex. Cisco StackPower § Long Cable Runs per Light (fixture to switch stack in IDF) § Centralized Heat Dissipation (in the IDF) as AC-DC conversion happens at the switches 26
  27. 27. Access (L2) Aggregation (L2/L3) Core (L3) SW-1 SW-2 9500 9500 40G/10G 9300 Stack CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Distributed Deployment: CDBs in Star Topology Plenum Space • LED lightings fixtures connecting to CDB’s Deployed in the Plenum Space • Shorter Cable Runs per Light • CDB switches connect to Cisco Catalyst 9300 Stack in the Aggregation • Recommendation: Divide lights across adjacent CDB switches to avoid complete blackout on CDB failure • Less Resiliency: If power to CDB fails, lights connected to it will turn off • Distributed Heat Dissipation 27
  28. 28. Access (L2) Aggregation (L2/L3) Core (L3) SW-1 SW-2 9500 9500 40G/10G 9300 Stack CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Plenum Space Distributed Deployment: CDBs in Daisy Chain Topology • Even Shorter Cable Runs compared with Star Topology • Recommendation: Max 5 Switches recommended in Daisy Chain, considering overall 1G pipe • Possible Impact to Lighting Control Traffic in case one of the switches in daisy chain goes down • Power Redundancy same as in Star Topology 28
  29. 29. Access (L2) Aggregation (L2/L3) Core (L3) SW-1 SW-2 9500 9500 40G/10G 9300 Stack CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U CDB-8U Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Plenum Space Distributed Deployment: CDBs in Ring Topology • Even Shorter Cable Runs compared with Star Topology • More Data Redundancy (due to alternate path) compared with Daisy Chain Topology • Works with STP • Max 5 Switches recommended in a Ring • Power Redundancy same as in Star Topology 29
  30. 30. Critical Infrastructure Support Distribution Critical Access (IDF) Non-Critical Access UPSPowered CriticalInfrastructure Emergency Lighting, Phones, Sensors, etc. Critical Infrastructure: • Requires maximum uptime, redundant power, UPS backup (emergency phones, sensors, exit path lighting, etc.) • Possible home run to wiring closet, or dedicated circuits Non-essential Lighting & building devices Non-essential Lighting & building devices Non-Critical Infrastructure: • Attached devices not critical to life safety • Alternate power options, unit based batteries • Control diverted in an emergency condition
  31. 31. The 4th Utility: Cyber Security
  32. 32. Securing these Devices is Hard The Network Needs to Offer an Extended Trust Domain, with Scalable Device Classification and Policy Sensors Badging System HVAC Lighting Security Cameras Fire Alarm System Unsophisticated Devices § Limited security & crypto capabilities, prone to hacks Endpoint Identity § No support for standard authentication mechanisms Policy Ownership (IT/OT/Mfg) § Who defines policy? Who holds liability? Bonjour Audio Video Health- care Printers Laptop s/Pcs Mobile ITUsers Non-IT IoT Devices on the Corporate Network Introduce Additional Security Challenges 32
  33. 33. Source: http://www.zdnet.com/article/researchers-expose-vulnerable-iot-devices-in-major-us-cities/ IoT Devices Becoming Attack Vectors Researchers discover over 170 M exposed IoT devices in major US cities • Siloed = Secure … Not Really! • Advanced Malware is not about targeting systems, it’s about taking over the network • IoT devices used for DDoS attacks, network invasion, and ransom
  34. 34. The Dilemma… Building Systems & IT Systems need to be Inter-Connected to get the Digital Building Benefits… … And they also need to be Isolated from each other to minimize cyber security risk
  35. 35. See everything • ISE • Stealthwatch • Encrypted Traffic Analysis (ETA) Visibility Stop the breach • NGFW/NGIPS • AMP and Threat Grid • Umbrella • ISE Threat Protection Reduce the attack surface • DNA and SDA • ISE • NGFW Segmentation Integrated The Answer is …
  36. 36. 36 Network Segmentation A Single Physical Network that can Automatically Identify, Classify & Segment ALL IT & Building Systems connected to the 4th Utility
  37. 37. 37 DNAC Virtual Networks – Macro Segmentation Isolate the “Things” using an independent “Virtual Networks”
  38. 38. 38 DNAC Policy Control – Micro Segmentation (within Group)
  39. 39. 39 Segmentation is a Powerful Security Tool “Network segmentation… is one of the most effective controls an agency can implement to mitigate the second stage of a network intrusion, propagation or lateral movement” “Good network and role segmentation will do wonders for containing an incident.” “Effective network segmentation… reduces the extent to which an adversary can move across the network” “Segregate networks, limit allowed protocols usage and limit users’ excessive privileges.” 2014 DATA BREACH INVESTIVATIONS REPORT The Untold Story of the Target Attack Step by Step Aortato Labs, August 2014
  40. 40. The 4th Utility: How Much Convergence?
  41. 41. Building Systems Convergence Models No Convergence (No Benefits) Building Systems IT Systems IT-Only Converged Network Weather, Cloud Svc, Systems Mgt, etc. Single Highly Secure, Resilient internet access control point Internet ? ? ? ? ? ?
  42. 42. Building Systems Convergence Models Full Convergence (Maximum Benefits) Weather, Cloud Svc, Systems Mgt, etc. Internet Building Systems IT Systems The 4th Utility Single Highly Secure, Resilient internet access control point Ideal for Tenant-Owned (or single Tenant Leased) Buildings
  43. 43. Building Systems Convergence Models - Alternatives Dual Islands (Partial Benefits) Weather, Cloud Svc, Systems Mgt, etc. Building Systems IT Systems The 4th Utility Two Highly Secure, Resilient internet access control pointConverged IT Network Internet Compromise for Leased Buildings
  44. 44. Building Systems Convergence Models - Alternatives Bridged Dual Islands (Maximum Benefits) Weather, Cloud Svc, Systems Mgt, etc. Building Systems IT Systems The 4th Utility Two Highly Secure, Resilient internet access control pointConverged IT Network Internet Ideal for Multi-Tenants Leased Buildings MOU
  45. 45. Matt Good, CCIE# 7860 Emeritus Director, Digital Buildings & Workplaces Success Story: CompuCom’s Digital Building
  46. 46. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 2 ▪ Designed and built global headquarters for CompuCom in Fort Mill, SC (Close proximity to Charlotte, NC) ▪ Secured development partner for campus build-to-suit • Building 1 o 151,000 square feet, currently occupying 100,000 square feet o Max occupancy as currently designed: ~1,000 associates • Building 2 o Future (~2020) 75,000 square feet o Occupancy target ~500 associates • Buildings x – TBD – 2021 and beyond What we did
  47. 47. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 3 ▪ Develop digital facility showcase ▪ Demonstrate that technology not only reduces cost of operations but build ▪ Attract and retain a millennial workforce ▪ Improve associate productivity ▪ Use technology to understand space utilization and aesthetic preference What were our objectives?
  48. 48. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 4 ▪ Weaved technology into the process from the beginning – pre lease-signing ▪ Executive support from inception ▪ Developed partnerships with developer/landlord as well as all internal stakeholders, like Facilities – IT – HR are key ▪ Selected design and construction teams based on experience and willingness to embrace change ▪ Rigid requirement that all systems must be open and leverage the network as the platform How we did it EXECUTIVE SUPPORT Right Team
  49. 49. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 5 ▪ First building to leverage Power over Ethernet exclusively for lighting • No light switches • No 277VAC or 120VAC light fixtures • Leveraged Cisco Digital Building Switches installed above ceiling to reduce IDF space requirements • $300,000 labor savings compared to traditional lighting Technology Highlights
  50. 50. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 6 ▪ 100% IP building • Single unified network • No proprietary systems • No analog phone lines • No serial communications • 3 types of cable: o FPLP (Fire Alarm) - F/A Devices o Cat6A – Dual Cables to WAPs o Cat6 – Everything else Technology Highlights
  51. 51. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 7 100% Webex Collaboration ▪ No technology hassles – meetings start on time! ▪ No HDMI/VGA cables – all wireless ▪ Centralized equipment and transported with IP – no equipment racks in rooms ▪ PoE speakers and microphones used in larger rooms ▪ Common system throughout all meeting rooms Technology Highlights
  52. 52. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 8 ▪ Eliminated Cabling to Furniture • Mix of Jabber and Webex Teams for voice communications • Reallocated funding for dense wireless LAN • Hyperlocation services provide location accuracy to 1 meter for wireless devices o Enables granular space utilization measurement to workstation level o Dense network of occupancy sensors in lighting capture occupants without wireless devices ▪ Over 35 facilities-ish systems leverage network Technology Highlights
  53. 53. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 9 ▪ Dual 4500-Xs in core ▪ 3650s at access layer ▪ Layer three pushed to the edge ▪ Each group of Digital Building Switches (5) daisy-chained with dual uplinks to 3650s in closet • With few exceptions, no VLANs span more than one group of CDBs • Each system has dedicated VLAN for each group of CDBs How did we do it (for the technical guys)
  54. 54. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 10 ▪ Dual 4500-Xs in Core ▪ 3650s at Distribution/Access Layer ▪ Each group of Digital Building Switches (5) daisy-chained with dual uplinks to 3650s in closet • With few exceptions, no VLANs span more than one group of CDBs • Each system has dedicated VLAN for each group of CDBs ▪ Mix of IPv4 and IPv6 ▪ Significant multicast required How did we do it (for the technical guys)
  55. 55. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 11 ▪ HVAC (all VAVs powered with PoE) ▪ Plumbing (Meters, Controllers) ▪ Lighting (4 systems) ▪ Card Access (100% powered with PoE) ▪ Turnstiles ▪ Fire Alarm (No phone lines for monitoring) ▪ Video Surveillance ▪ Intercoms ▪ Duress ▪ Area of Refuge ▪ Guest Management ▪ Sound Masking ▪ Shades ▪ Video Wall ▪ Room Schedulers ▪ Elevators ▪ Electrical (Generators, Transfer Switches, UPSs, PDUs, Meters) ▪ Irrigation ▪ Fitness Equipment ▪ Electric Vehicle Chargers ▪ And more… Sampling of systems leveraging network
  56. 56. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 12 How did we do? less construction costs per square foot compared to previous headquarters 1) Comparable construction costs between Charlotte and Dallas/Fort Worth markets (2016 – 2017) 2) Plano facility did not include: • Two-story architectural staircase • 28” video wall • Other next-generation technologies 3) All of these features were added to this project AND still cost 16% less because of the approach and usage of technology 4) 90 days faster occupancy due to low voltage in the ceiling vs traditional electrical and network 16%
  57. 57. © 2018 CompuCom. Confidential 13 ▪ New canvas for experience • Include mobile functionality • InfoSec/PhySec opportunity • Instrumented people flow • Workplace Safety • Automation … new tools Technology Future
  58. 58. Closing Thoughts
  59. 59. Global Digital Building Partner Community Rich & Growing Ecosystem of Domain Experts Accelerating the Transition to a Digital Building
  60. 60. There’s a New Kid On The Block!
  61. 61. VALUE 25% 75% Lifecycle cost Building and Workplace Design Current Entry IT Network Design Current Entry Too Late! Digital Building, Workplace & IT = 4th Utility OperationConstructionDesignStrategy Timing is Everything
  62. 62. Closing Thoughts… 1. It’s not Sci-Fi! 2. Work Together (IT, Real Estate, Industry)… Early! 3. Future proof your buildings with a 4th Utility
  63. 63. Are You READY? www.cisco.com/go/digitalbuilding Related Exhibitors: CompuCom & SIgnify ethibaul@cisco.com / matt.good@compucom.com

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