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Network Services

Purchasing Network Connections and Equipment

To begin the ordering process, please contact the IS&T Help Center at help@gsu.edu or 404-413-HELP (4357). One of our communications specialists will contact you to help you obtain the equipment and services that best suit your business needs.

Network Devices

Rental of ClearTM Wireless Device $28.50 per Week
Weekly rental of Clear Wireless USB Dongle and a USB drive that contains wireless driver software to install on your computer.

Network Connections

Standard Network Port Installation Fee $30.06
Configuration of a standard network port, 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) bandwidth. Includes switch programming and data closet connection.
Single Network Cable Installation Installation Fee $200.54
Network Cable Installation suitable for connecting one computer and one IP telephone to the network. Currently the standard at GSU, this Cat 6 cable drop is necessary for fire alarm, elevator and other mission-critical, failsafe uses.
Dual Network Cable Installation Installation Fee $340.54
Network Cable Installation, 2 Cat 6 cables. Currently the standard at GSU, Cat 6 cable is necessary for fire alarm, elevator and other mission-critical, failsafe uses.
ISDN Service $168.00 per Month
ISDN service (Integrated Services Digital Network), a digital phone connection that allows voice and data transmission simultaneously on the same telephone line. This special type of connection suits some very specific uses, such as radio station and television broadcasting.Your department or unit will pay for ISDN via monthly invoice generated by Procurement & Asset Management Services, a division of IS&T.
Dark Fiber (external vendor) $1000.00 per Month
Single mode fiber optic line, available for lease (for special connection between 2 specific devices, such as connections among research computers and high-bandwidth data storage devices).

 
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