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Telecommunication consultancy services

Autoriteit Consument en Markt | Published November 18, 2016

Study into the current and future technological access options to all of the fixed telecommunication infrastructures in the Netherlands.

Approx. 5 months period.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Torbay Council | Published November 19, 2016
Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Provision of broadband/web filtering and telecommunication service

Northern Education Trust | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

Northern Education Trust is a DFE approved charity which currently has 20 academies.

The contract is for the provision of broadband/web filtering and telecommunication service incorporating the following:

— Options for different broadband line types and speeds available at each site.

— Service Management.

— Telephony.

— Filtering.

— Network Management — including a solution for the customer to check bandwidth utilisation.

Study into the current and future technological access options to all of the fixed telecommunication infrastructures in the Netherlands - Autoriteit Consument en Markt

Autoriteit Consument en Markt | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
Study into the current and future technological access options to all of the fixed telecommunication infrastructures in the Netherlands

Two Telecommunication System Specialists for the Department of National Defence

Department of National Defence | Published September 26, 2016  -  Deadline December 10, 2016

Tendering Procedure: Selective Tendering

This requirement is for the Department of National Defence.

This requirement is open only to those TBIPS Supply Arrangement Holders who qualified under Tier 1 for services in the Ontario Region for the following categories:

One (1) Level 3 T.6 Telecommunication System Specialist

One (1) Level 2 T.6 Telecommunication System Specialist

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal:

  1. 1728193 Ontario Inc., 6123937 Canada Incorporated, in Joint Venture

  2. Acosys Consulting Services Inc., Tundra Temporary Services Inc., in Joint Venture

  3. ADGA Group Consultants Inc.

  4. Adirondack Information Management Inc., Valcom Consulting Group Inc., FlexEdge consulting Inc., in Joint Venture.

5. Calian Ltd.

6. Davidson Violette & Associates Inc.

7. Proex Inc.

8. Protak Consulting Group Inc.

9. S.i Systems Ltd.

10. Teambuilder Consulting Inc.

11. Thales Canada Inc.

12. The AIM Group Inc.

13. TRM Technologies Inc.

14. Tundra Technical Solutions Inc.

15. Valcom Consulting group Inc.

 

 

Description of Work:

The Department of National Defence requires the services of two Telecommunication System Specialists at the senior and intermediate levels to provide direct support to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) line crews to conduct antenna, tower and cable plant maintenance at CFB Kingston at the Materiel Maintenance Facility (MMF) . These services include identifying, cataloguing and maintaining configuration control in the DND supply system of the military materiel used in the Assistant Deputy Minister Information Management (ADM(IM)) group. These services also include the managed strategic Radio and Antenna Systems, Satellite Communications Systems, Remote Sensing Satellite Systems, Secured Video Teleconferencing Systems, the Canadian Defence Red Switched Network (CDRSN), the Deployed Operations Gateway, Domestic and Deployed Cabling Systems.

  • Bidders must submit a bid for all resource categories.

  • The work is currently not being performed by a contracted resource.

Security Requirement: SRCL # W6369-17-P5LC

Minimum Corporate Security Required: Designated Organization Screening (DOS)

Minimum Resource Security Required: Reliability Status

Contracting Authority

Name: Sonika Kassel

E-Mail Address: Sonika.Kassel@forces.gc.ca

Enquiries

Enquiries regarding this Request for Proposal (RFP) requirement must be submitted to the Contracting Authority named above. RFP documents will be e-mailed directly from the Contracting Authority to the Qualified Supply Arrangement Holders who are being invited to bid on this requirement. BIDDERS ARE ADVISED THAT “BUYANDSELL.GC.CA” IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with any supplier on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language.

NOTE: Task‐Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Method of Supply is refreshed three (3) times per year. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact RCNMDAI.‐NCRIMOS@pwgsc.gc.ca.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

Mairie de ROMILLY SUR SEINE | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
A control group was formed from the Town of Romilly-sur-Seine and the CCAS of Romilly-sur-Seine. The public contract is for the provision of telecommunication systems for the needs of the City and the CCAS of Romilly-sur-Seine.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Shropshire Council | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

DMNV 001 Connecting Shropshire Phase 2b — To extend coverage of Next Generation Access (NGA) Broadband, to sub 30Mbps premises across the Shropshire Council area. Shropshire Council recognises the opportunities for digital communities and remains committed to pursuing its broadband aspiration of providing all premises in its area with access to superfast broadband by 2020.

Connecting Shropshire is aiming to extend the availability of Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband across the Shropshire Council area. Shropshire Council has previously invested significant public funds through two separate contracts (Phase 1 and Phase 2a), to extend the availability of NGA infrastructure in areas where no commercial plans were available from the telecommunications market. Phase 2b aims to extend NGA coverage further by securing a telecommunications provider to deliver to the remaining unserved ‘white’ premises using the public funding that is available in a ‘gap filled’ model. The unserved ‘white’ premises areas have been qualified formally through an Open Market Review and Public Consultation with the supplier market that concluded on 5.9.2016. State Aid approval will be approved for this procurement by Broadband Delivery UK's National Competence Centre under the 2016 National Broadband Scheme for the UK (2016 NBS).

The total number of ‘white’ premises included in the procurement will be 16 015. These will be split into two bidding lots as follows:

—Shropshire East = 13 259 premises.

—Shropshire West = 2 756 premises.

The procurement requires a wholesale broadband ‘open’ network solution providing wholesale broadband services that retail service providers can use to provide business consumers, residential consumers, and public sector organisations with a range of broadband services for the contract term. Services will include ‘leased lines’. The proposed solution must comply with the 2016 NBS. It must deliver the following:— a wholesale broadband service that will be open to all service and communications providers on a non-discriminatory basis for at least 7 years as defined by para 3.18 of the of the 2016 NBS.

The Contractor will be expected to provide substantial investment in the network, and to own and manage the risks associated with developing and operating a wholesale broadband network, including but not limited to take-up risk.

The contract(s) are expected to be awarded in March 2017 (indicative date only). It is anticipated that a contract would be awarded for a 10 year term (completion of deployment + 7 years) to comply with the 2016 NBS. Deployment is likely to commence in Summer 2017 and finish by December 2019 with deployment expected to last for 30 months.

The Contractor should note that a sum 500 000 GBP of potential funding has specifically been made available by Shropshire Council to enable community initiatives as they arise and also to bring into scope areas which are currently ‘under review’ in the event that the latter become eligible for intervention under the 2016 NBS.

The contract for each lot will make provision for the application of such additional funding at the sole discretion of Shropshire Council, in such amounts as shall be determined by Shropshire Council up to a maximum of 500 000 GBP across both lots. The actual applied amount will be dependent upon need of each contract during deployment. On this basis the total funding available across both lots will not exceed 12 843 791 GBP

Connecting Shropshire is aiming to extend the availability of Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband across the Shropshire Council area. Shropshire Council has previously invested significant public funds through two separate contracts (Phase 1 and Phase 2a), to extend the availability of NGA infrastructure in areas where no commercial plans were available from the telecommunications market. Phase 2b aims to extend NGA coverage further by securing a telecommunications provider to deliver to the remaining unserved ‘white’ premises using the public funding that is available in a ‘gap filled’ model. The unserved ‘white’ premises areas have been qualified formally through an Open Market Review and Public Consultation with the supplier market that concluded on 5th September 2016. State Aid approval will be approved for this procurement by Broadband Delivery UK's National Competence Centre under the 2016 National Broadband Scheme for the UK (2016 NBS).

The total number of ‘white’ premises included in the procurement will be 16,015. These will be split into two bidding lots as follows:

—Shropshire East = 13 259 premises

—Shropshire West = 2 756 premises

The procurement requires a wholesale broadband ‘open’ network solution providing wholesale broadband services that retail service providers can use to provide business consumers, residential consumers, and public sector organisations with a range of broadband services for the contract term. Services will include ‘leased lines’. The proposed solution must comply with the 2016 NBS. It must deliver the following:— a wholesale broadband service that will be open to all service and communications providers on a non-discriminatory basis for at least 7 years as defined in paragraph 3.18 of the 2016 NBS.

The Contractor will be expected to provide substantial investment in the network, and to own and manage the risks associated with developing and operating a wholesale broadband network, including but not limited to take-up risk.

The contract(s) are expected to be awarded in March 2017 (indicative date only). It is anticipated that a contract would be awarded for a 10 year term (completion of deployment + 7 years) to comply with the 2016 NBS. Deployment is likely to commence in Summer 2017 and finish by December 2019 with deployment expected to last for 30 months.

The Contractor should note that a sum £500,000 of a potential funding has specifically been made available by Shropshire Council to enable community initiatives as they arise and also to bring into scope areas which are currently ‘under review’ in the event that the latter become eligible for intervention under the 2016 NBS.

The contract for each lot will make provision for the application of such additional funding at the sole discretion of Shropshire Council, in such amounts as shall be determined by Shropshire Council up to a maximum of 500 000 GBP across both lots. The actual applied amount will be dependent upon need of each contract during deployment. On this basis the total funding available across both lots will not exceed 12 843 791 GBP

2016-RREPCRPVERTRO | RESTRUCTURING THE NETWORK OF PUBLIC LIGHTING, CREATION OF A PRIVATE NETWORK OF THE CITY AND BURIAL OF TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK - A STREET OBERHOFFEN 67240 BISCHWILLER

Ville de Bischwiller | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
RESTRUCTURING THE NETWORK OF PUBLIC LIGHTING, CREATION OF A PRIVATE NETWORK OF THE CITY AND BURIAL OF TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK - A STREET OBERHOFFEN 67240 BISCHWILLER

telecommunication systems

Ville de romilly-sur-seine | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
Undefined, Telecommunication Systems

Procurement of Telecommunication equipments

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016
Supply and services for Telecommunication equipments for PGCIL Bhuj - Banaskantha project.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Cell Therapy Catapult Ltd | Published November 24, 2016

Contract to replace legacy hosted VoIP telephone system at our main site and our Manufacturing site with a hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) system. The replacement system will also support our remote and home based workers.

licensing is to be based on delivering the following licenses, handsets etc.:

15 X Courtesy licenses (Conference Phones etc.)

5 X Advanced Licences (Operator etc.)

120 X Essential Profiles.

120 X IP Handset (assumes PoE).

40 X SIP HA Trunks including unlimited minutes with a fair usage policy of 120 000 mins per Calendar month for all 01, 02, 03 and 07 mobile calls.

The scope of work covers: Design, supply, delivery, installation, configuration, testing, commissioning, training and on-going support of the system.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Northamptonshire County Council | Published November 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016

The Superfast Northamptonshire project is aiming to extend the availability of Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband across the county of Northamptonshire. To this end, Northamptonshire County Council has previously invested public funds through two contracts (Stage 1 and Stage 2), to extend the availability of NGA infrastructure in areas where no commercial plans were available from market players as verified through State Aid Public Consultations to around 94 % of the county.

Stage 3 is aiming to secure a telecom provider(s) to deploy NGA networks (supporting access line speeds of at least 30Mbps) into the final 6 % of the county for the funding envelope that is available. Further information regarding the tender is available in Data Room 1.

The procurement will follow on Open procedure and with the contract(s) expected to be awarded in January 2017.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway) | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 9, 2017

NUI, Galway is tendering to set up a Multi-Party Framework Agreement over 4 years for the Provision of Data projectors, LED Screens, Digital signage, Audio Visual peripheral equipment and Audio Visual integration.

NUI, Galway is tendering to set up a Multi-Party Framework Agreement over 4 years for the Provision of Data projectors, LED Screens, Digital signage, Audio Visual peripheral equipment and Audio Visual integration.

Please view documents on eTenders website.

01-171/2016 Mobile telecommunication services

AD Elektrani na Makedonija — Skopje | Published November 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 13, 2016

According tender documentation.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Devon County Council | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2017

Devon County Council (DCC) is looking to establish a structure for Network, Telephony and Associated Services, using the below number of Lots for Devon.

Lot 1 — Wide Area Network (WAN),

Lot 2 — Fixed Line Voice and Data Services,

Lot 3 — Mobile Voice and Data Services,

Lot 4 — Data Cabling and Hardware,

Lot 5 — LAN Equipment Supply and Maintenance.

Lot 1 and 4 of this contract will also be available to the Devon and Cornwall Procurement Partnership including Schools in the County of Devon who may wish to use these services and no business can be guaranteed.

DCC is looking to contract with a partner to deliver a fully managed Wide Area Network service for Devon County Council & their partners, who may use services at their discretion.

DCC requires a fully managed enterprise, Layer 3, WAN to transport voice and data services from remote sites back to County Hall, Exeter where the main Data Centre is located. All sites must meet performance & ‘Quality of Service’ parameters and be actively monitored by the supplier.

The new service must be capable of supporting IP version 6, offer PSN (Public Services Network) and resilient Internet connectivity.

DCC is looking to contract with a partner to deliver cost effective voice services and call rates.

DCC operates an internal voice/telephone network linked by proprietary SIP trunking across a managed MPLS network (See Lot 1). The network currently hosts about 7,000 extensions, spread across approximately 40 sites. Some smaller sites, not directly connected to the internal telephone network range from a single business exchange line to sites with a number of lines and a small PABX.

DCC also operates a 60 seat call centre, based in Tiverton which deals with the majority of incoming calls from the public for Council services via 0345, 0845 and 0800 service numbers.

DCC is moving to a more flexible method of working by replacing traditional extensions with Microsoft Skype for Business.

The Authority currently has an estate of c. 3,300 mobile devices. DCC is seeking a partner who can assist in promptly delivering tangible business outcomes both in terms of reduced costs and increased flexibility and functionality, whilst keeping a weather eye on emerging technologies that could be used to further improve efficiency and reduce costs.

There is a growing need for users to have access to connectivity ‘anywhere and anytime’ and, as mobile usage increases, during 2017 data usage is expected to exceed 1TB per month.

At present a range of devices and platforms are supported, but the direction of travel is to streamline provision.

The mobile device provision in this contract needs to integrate with the small range of supported laptop/tablet devices to ensure that users can connect their laptops to the DCC network wherever they might be, for example by reliable and easy to use device tethering.

DCC is seeking proposals for the work associated with the provision of both minor and major additional telephone and data cabling from suitably qualified contractors. Contractors will need to demonstrate they have the financial, managerial and technical qualities to provide a first class service to DCC.

The contract covers all DCC sites throughout the whole county and also for schools where SCOMIS are commissioned to undertake work. For data cabling, DCC still use the Cat5e standard and the standard telephone cabling is CW1308. There is also a small requirement for internal fibre provision, in both single and multicore variants.

Devon County Council (DCC) require a supplier to take on the support and maintenance of the core DCC LAN switches, to include firmware upgrades as necessary. DCC require access to firmware and software for the Avaya switches.

Our Core consists of 2 Avaya VSP9000 chassis which currently connect to each other creating the Inter Switch Trunk (IST). The Core connects to the Managed WAN service, via OSPF and routes data and voice traffic to DCC's remote offices.

DCC also require a route to market for the purchasing of Avaya networking hardware.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (NHSGG&C) wish to purchase a solution to offer a WiFi Enabled computer tablet based Patient Entertainment Service (PES)across NHSGG&C Sites.

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde (GG&C) invite bidders to provide a fixed price to develop and trial a Patient Entertainment System (PES) and to develop a business case to roll-out across in-scope GG&C sites. The service will provide f.o.c. access to PES for all patients across GG&C. It is anticipated that appx. 2000 tablet devices would be required to provide a comprehensive solution. The System is expected to 1) Provide access to television services 2) Provide access to radio services including BBC, commercial and hospital; 3) Provide access to patient information services including forms, documents and websites.

Radio, television, communication, telecommunication and related equipment

Cell Therapy Catapult Ltd | Published December 2, 2016

Contract to replace legacy hosted VoIP telephone system at our main site and our Manufacturing site with a hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) system. The replacement system will also support our remote and home based workers.

licensing is to be based on delivering the following licenses, handsets etc.:

15 X Courtesy licenses (Conference Phones etc.)

5 X Advanced Licences (Operator etc.)

120 X Essential Profiles

120 X IP Handset (assumes PoE)

40 X SIP HA Trunks including unlimited minutes with a fair usage policy of 120,000 mins per Calendar month for all 01, 02, 03 and 07 mobile calls.

The scope of work covers: Design, supply, delivery, installation, configuration, testing, commissioning, training and on-going support of the system.

MARKET SUPPLY AND TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES

Mairie de panazol | Published November 9, 2016  -  Deadline December 22, 2016

The provision of telecommunication services

войсковая часть 6531 | Published September 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2030
The provision of telecommunication services 61.90.10.160 units of 1.00 655,67 655,67 115 115 total: 115 655,67

Supply of telecommunication cabinets

УПРАВЛЕНИЕ ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЙ СЛУЖБЫ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ ПО КАЛИНИНГРАДСКОЙ ОБЛАСТИ | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline October 20, 2024
Supply of telecommunication cabinets 31.01.11.129 cond. U 1.00 51 083.33 51 083.33 Total 51 083.33