Cirrus wins govt contracts

13/08/2019 - 10:57

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Cirrus Networks says it has won two contracts with the Western Australian government worth a combined $5.5 million, less than a week after it announced it secured a $5 million contract with the Australian Capital Territory government.

Cirrus wins govt contracts
Cirrus won two Cisco SmartNET maintenance and support contracts.

Cirrus Networks says it has won two contracts with the Western Australian government worth a combined $5.5 million, less than a week after it announced it secured a $5 million contract with the Australian Capital Territory government.

Cirrus retained the contract to provide Cisco SmartNET maintenance and support to the WA state government’s Child and Adolescent Health Service.

The three-year contract renewal covers the maintenance and support of the Perth Children’s Hospital's Cisco infrastructure.

Cirrus was previously awarded this contract in 2016.

Also in WA, Cirrus secured a storage solution contract with the Public Transport Authority of WA.

In collaboration with partner Pure Storage, Cirrus will provide a storage solution to support numerous resource intensive operational systems.

Last week, Cirrus Networks announced it won a Cisco SmartNET maintenance and support contract, worth around $5 million, with the ACT government.

The contract will run for three years.

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