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Transpower in line for networking switches

Transpower in line for networking switches

National power grid company Transpower wants to select three to five suppliers to tender for a networking switches period supply agreement (PSA).

The PSA will cover four years, but Transpower has the option to review the length of the agreement.

The networking switches should have a 19 inch rack mounting, LED panel located on the front and power connecters on the rear. They must also be ruggedised for use in harsh industrial environments.

The deadline for replies is Friday, October 30. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27663.


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