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Demande de devis (RFQ) - Renouvellement de routeurs

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La Société pour l'attribution des noms de domaine et des numéros sur Internet (ICANN) cherche des fournisseurs d'équipements de réseau pour son infrastructure réseau mondiale.

De manière régulière et en fonction de la durée de vie attendue du matériel, le département de génie DNS de l'ICANN met à niveau les composantes de son infrastructure afin de s'assurer que ses équipements sont à jour et capables de soutenir les services de production de l'ICANN. Les nouveaux serveurs et équipements de réseau sont destinés à remplacer ou à compléter les systèmes existants et les services assurés par le département de génie DNS de l'ICANN.

Pour plus d'informations ou des instructions pour répondre à cet appel à propositions, cliquez ici [ZIP, 578 KB].

Les propositions sont à envoyer à avant le 14 mars 2016 à 17:00 PST.

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