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Meridian Energy seeks ICTi support contractor

Meridian Energy seeks ICTi support contractor

Electricity company Meridian Energy is after companies in the Information and Communication Technology infrastructure (ICTi) support area.

According to request for information documents released this week, the organisation has three datacentres based in Wellington, Christchurch and Twizel housing 248 servers linked by a number of communication devices that need ICTi support. The company’s 990 workstations are enabled by the datacentres.

Meridian Energy wants to continue outsourcing ICTi support and wants tenders from companies who have the required skills, experience and capacity in this area.

The deadline for replies is Monday, March 16 . More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 25260.


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