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Nelson Marlborough DHB tenders for cabling support

Nelson Marlborough DHB tenders for cabling support

The Nelson Marlborough District Health Board is looking for a supplier to install and support network cabling and telephony services.

The DHB wants to minimise the risk of network problems and downtime by ensuring cabling is of a high standard and it has cabling support structure in place.

It also wants to improve network manageability and existing performance as well as reducing costs.

The supplier will need to install and support ethernet cabling and associated network outlets. Installers must be certified to install both copper and fibre cabling.

The DHB is after vendors with Mitel PABX experience. The deadline for replies is Friday, September 10.


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