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Ministry of Foreign Affairs replaces IBM servers

Ministry of Foreign Affairs replaces IBM servers

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade is buying four IBM servers to replace existing out-of-warranty equipment at its Wellington office.

It wants responses from suppliers with a proven record in the supply, delivery, and ongoing maintenance support of large scale servers.

The current server devices are manufactured by IBM. The Ministry is required to replace these with IBM products for compatibility with other servers and the Ministry LAN/WAN systems.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday, June 2.


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