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Dimension Data wins $7.1M Linux deal with Human Services

Dimension Data has been awarded a $7.1 million contract with the Department of Human Services for software maintenance and support.

Specifically, the contract covers 1748 licenses of Red Hat Enterprise Linux software, in which the system integrator will provide Linux operating system software and professional support services.

Awarded on 8 August, the contract represents a renewal of current license subscriptions the department uses across multiple platforms and it for the period of one year.

The contract was awarded under the Department of Defence Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Services Commercial off the Shelf Software and Hardware panel, which was established in June 2012 and counts on 41 suppliers in total.

Earlier in the month, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation announced the future merger of Dimension Data, NTT Communications, NTT Data, NTT Security and NTTi3.


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