Human rights commission open to vendor switch

Office places tender for network refresh

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) will spend $125,000 to upgrade its network switch infrastructure.

HREOC expanded its desktop fleet with 190 computers in late 2004 at a cost of $435,500 and spent $338,000 earlier that year to refresh its switch infrastructure with Dell hardware. It updated its ageing Microsoft Exchange servers in 2006 at a cost of $107,000.

The network integrates with an Avaya VoIP system and uses a mix of fibre multimode cables.

Existing switches will be redeployed to other floors of its office to provide redundancy.

Bidders have until May 7 to respond to the tender.

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