Work included design development, specifications, construction documents, and post award technical support for campus networks, premises distribution systems, voice and data systems, and interface support of owner required special low voltage systems. Project was done for the Architectural Design team of record. After construction, this implementation successfully with stood an earthquake of 6.2 on the Richter scale without loss of connectivity of any of the 12,000 circuits on site.
(Level 4 Seismic Rating) including design support of telecommunications infrastructures, data infrastructures, and related systems in the first two of the four building headquarters complex. This innovative design was a market statement of Oracles vision as a world-class software competitor and also an attempt to consolidate its business functions after its ten-fold revenue growth in a three year time period. (Between its going public in March of 1985 to end of year 1989, revenues went from $55M to over $580M). The design challenge was to create technical infrastructures and technical systems that would:
Cost effectively support growth driven dynamic business models while changing organizational structures;
Allow for orderly migrations to new generations of technology;
Allow for scalable, modular technical support of evolving departmental needs while internal moves and changes.
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