Gigantic Northern Irish networking deal up for grabs

Hannah Breeze
clock • 1 min read

WiFi, telecoms and data network services all required as part of deal which could last for nine years and be worth up to £400m

The Northern Irish government has fired the gun on a massive IT network deal which could be worth up to £400m and span almost a decade. In a contract notice published recently, the Northern Iris...

To continue reading this article...

Join CRN

  • Enjoy full access to channelweb.co.uk - the UK’s top news source for the IT channel
  • Gain the latest insights through market analysis and interviews with channel leaders
  • Stay on top of key trends with the Insider weekly newsletter curated by CRN’s editor
  • Be the first to hear about our industry leading events and awards programmes

 

Join now

 

Already a CRN member?

Log in

You may also like
AI giants grant access of their models to UK government for research and safety

Vendor

Google Deepmind, OpenAI and Anthropic have all agreed “early or priority access” to research

clock 14 June 2023 • 2 min read

Public Sector

Figures from across the channel, including QBS Software, QUANTIQ and Marathon, reveal their opinions to CRN about today's Budget

clock 03 March 2021 • 6 min read

Private Sector

Business group calls on the government to extend financial support schemes beyond March and April

clock 18 February 2021 • 2 min read

Sign up to our newsletter

The best news, stories, features and photos from the day in one perfectly formed email.

More on Reseller

The MSP Innovation Awards are open for entries!

The MSP Innovation Awards are open for entries!

Entries are open until 14 June

CRN
clock 11 April 2024 • 1 min read
Hayley Mooney swaps Crayon UK for a return to Bytes

Hayley Mooney swaps Crayon UK for a return to Bytes

Mooney returns to Bytes as CCO after 12 years away

Kelsey Rees
clock 11 April 2024 • 1 min read
Channel Awards 2024 launch TODAY

Channel Awards 2024 launch TODAY

The Oscars of the IT channel are back, and we have revised and changed more categories this year than ever before

Sara Yirrell
clock 10 April 2024 • 2 min read