1. Wireless
    1. A BYOD program requires a solid physical infrastructure to support the demand of student devices. Raymore-Peculiar uses the following hardware to support this demand.
    2. Cisco wireless access points positioned in classrooms and hallways (Intermediate and Elementary schools).
    3. HP wireless access points positioned in classrooms and hallways (Middle and High schools).
    4. Approximately 95% building coverage for wireless G standard devices.
  2. Network
    1. Current configuration consists of multiple SSID’s (networks).
    2. Configuration is being altered to consist of 2 networks, a Staff and Student network, and Guest network.
    3. Staff and Student network is secured via WEP, and is available to any employee or student utilizing District-owned equipment.
    4. Guest network is an open SSID, allowing any Student or Staff owned equipment to access the internet.
  3. Device Equity
    1. Because not all students are capable of bringing their own devices, we will provide a number of supplemental devices for our students.
  4. Citrix
    1. 12 Dell Blade servers. (will hold 4 more)
    2. Each Blade consists of;
      1. (2) 6 core processors with 12 threads for a total of  24 logical CPUs per blade
      2. 96GB of RAM
      3. This is a total cluster wide of 288 logical CPUs, and 1.1 Terabytes of RAM
    3. iSCSI interconnect
      1. EMC VNX5300 SAN storage, with 27 TB of storage on 30 SAS 10k RPM drives and 1TB of storage on 11 SATA flash drives. (will hold 4 more)
      2. Running XenServer, and XenCenter 5.6 SP2.