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Ashburton school to upgrade ICT cabling

Ashburton school to upgrade ICT cabling

Hampstead Primary School in Ashburton, Canterbury is upgrading to the new category six ICT cabling network.

Category six cabling upgrades the transmission performance and extension of the available bandwidth from category five's 100 MHz to 200 MHz.

According to registrations of interest documents released last week, the school only wants main contractors, and not subcontractors, to apply for this tender. Subcontractors will have to consult with the main contractor when it is selected.

Depending on the number of responses received, the school will need a list of recent projects completed and other relevant experience.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday, April 8. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 25535.


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