140 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
One of the oldest and largest privately held bank in America servicing
financial institutions, major corporations, non-profit organizations
and individuals. This financial institution prides itself on speed,
experience, intellect, accuracy and innovations. The considerable
technology investment enables the firm to perform for their clients,
and maintain their position in the financial community.
New York Headquarters lease on 59/63 Wall Street would expire in
2003. 140 Broadway, New York City was selected to become their new
home. OPC Communications, Inc was contracted through a Professional
Services Consulting Company to design the Cable Plant Infrastructure
to support 19 floors being leased by the firm with the main Data
Center located on the 15th floor. In addition to the design, the
firm requested pricing on the approved design to be represented
in three flavors by manufacturers of copper CAT5e cabling, Fiber
optic cabling, and all hardware components for budgeting purposes.
OPC Communications, Inc met the firm's IT Technical Team in a series
of meetings for 2 ½ months; perform a technical survey of
the existing (59/63 Wall St.) facility and performed multiple in-depth
site surveys of the new 140 Broadway location. OPC attended construction
meetings and produced all AutoCAD Construction Documents for the
Telecommunications Cable Plant Infrastructure, which where packaged
with the projects bid. OPC Communications, Inc designed the 4 component
cable plant: Carrier Access, Data Center, Vertical Copper/Fiber
Backbone and Telecommunication Room / Horizontal Cable distribution.
The firm's IT Technical Team approved OPC Communications, Inc design.
Our design incorporated security, redundancy, diversity, functionality,
flexibility and Day '2' maintenance costs reductions as well as
growth for future in all 4 components of the cable plant infrastructure.
OPC Communications, Inc remains as advisors to both Consulting Company
and the firm for the build-out and migrations to their new facility.
The firm's cable plant infrastructure will support all telecommunications
applications being proposed. The cable plant will also future-proof
and protect firm's investment, by reducing day '2' maintenance costs
of labor and internal managerial soft dollars, while supporting
planned future technology upgrades.
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