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DOL refreshes server, switch hardware

DOL refreshes server, switch hardware

The Department of Labour has issued two tenders for the supply of server and switch hardware.

The servers will be replacing existing devices within DOL’s office computing environment and will be distributed and deployed locally. It prefers to purchase the server hardware via a direct purchase.

DOL currently uses IBM Blade technology with Cisco blade switches and some of the required servers will utilise this investment.

The switch devices will be replacing existing Cisco devices within DOL’s office computing environment. They will be deployed within its 20 local offices and 15 overseas locations.

The deadline for the server replacement is Tuesday, April 13 while the switch tender closes on Friday, April 16.


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