The ANSI/TIA-606-B “Administration Standard for Telecommunications Infrastructure” published June, 2012.  This Standard specifies four classes of administration within buildings and between buildings based upon the complexity of the infrastructure being administered.  Administration requirements for commercial, industrial, residential, and data center premises are addressed.

Examples of recognized administration strategies include:

  • assigning identifiers to components of the infrastructure
  • specifying elements of information that make up records for each identifier
  • specifying relationships between these records to access the information they contain
  • specifying reports presenting information on groups of records, and
  • specifying graphical and symbolic requirements

The four classes of administration are:

  • Class 1 provides for the telecommunications infrastructure administration needs of a premises that is served by a single equipment room (ER)
  • Class 2 provides for the telecommunications infrastructure administration needs of a single building or of a tenant that is served by single or multiple telecommunications spaces (e.g., an equipment room with one or more telecommunications rooms) within a single building
  • Class 3 provides for the telecommunications infrastructure administration needs of a campus, including its buildings and outside plant elements
  • Class 4 provides for the telecommunications infrastructure administration needs of a multi-campus/multi-site system

Refer to the Siemon Standards Informant (http://blog.siemon.com/standards/) to learn more.  Copies of the Standard may be purchased from the IHS Standards Store (http://global.ihs.com).

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