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Server hardware contracts

Reference No: 128/2015
Request Date: 02/12/2015

Request


Hi I recently requested information with regards to server hardware, SAN virtualisation some of the contracts have expired can you provide the new information for this please. here was my original request;

I would like to submit a Freedom of Information Request relating to specific ICT contract(s) for Server Hardware Maintenance, Server Virtualisation License and Maintenance and Storage Area Network Maintenance/Support which may include:

  • Server Hardware Maintenance- contract relating to the support and maintenance of the’s organisations servers.
  • Virtualisation Licensing (VMware, Solaris, Unix, Linux, Windows Server)
  • Virtualisation Maintenance/Support  (VMware, Solaris, Unix, Linux, Windows Server)
  • Storage Area Network Maintenance/Support  (EMC, NetApp etc)

Response


Current supplier: Specialist Computer Centers PLC (Government Crown Commercial Services framework agreement)

  • Server Hardware Maintenance – HP Data Protector – Nov 15-March 16 £7k
  • Virtualisation – VMWare – Nov 15-Oct 18  £5k/annum
  • Storage Area Network – HP/MSA – Oct 18 – individual cost not available as built into other HP contract
  • Operating system – Windows 7, 2012 Server
  • Contract review dates – all contracts are reviewed prior to individual end dates
  • Internal Contact – Mr M Ash, ICT Technical Team Leader. Tel:01785 898874 m.ash@staffordshirefire.gov.uk

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