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The information below is a summary of solicitation number RFP-NM-Network Redesign and Hardware Refresh posted by City of Colton.  To view all attachments related to this document use the buttons under the "Links to Important Attachments" section.  As a reminder, this solicitation is closed and responses are no longer being accepted.


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Award Information This solicitation has closed.
Date Issued:   5/16/2019 
Title of Document:   Network Redesign and Hardware Refresh 
Deadline:   05/28/2019  prior to 4:00 PM   P.D.T.
Requisition Number:    
Delivery Point:   Colton, CA 
Delivery Date:   November 30, 2019  
Type of Purchase:   One Time 
Construction Related:   No 
Type of Response Allowed:   Hard Copy Only 

 Solicitation Summary 
Issuing Agency:   City of Colton 
Using Department:   Information Systems Department  
 
Special Notices: 
  All or None Award  
  Brand Name or Approved Equal  
  FOB Destination  
  Insurance Required  
  Warranty Information Required  
Meeting Type Date   Location  
  Job-Walk Visit Recommended  05/21/2019 @ 11:00 AM  P.D.T.   at   City of Colton - City Hall: 650 N. La Cedena Dr. Colton CA 92324
Accepting Vendor Questions
Due Date: 05/22/2019 02:00 PM   P.D.T.
Contacts Name: Mr. Paul Evens
Contacts Title: Information Systems Supervisor
Contacts Email: pevens@coltonca.gov
 
Summary of Specifications: 
The City of Colton is requesting proposals for a qualified vendor to replace all existing network switches. The proposal shall include the procurement, configuration and installation of network switches; migration from a layer 2 flat network to a layer 3 routed network; re-IP’ing computers, printers and network devices; and replacement of iSCSI SAN to support VMware ESX host switches. In addition, the procurement and implementation of a Cloud-enabled SD-WAN and an inbound load balancing solution with high availability to integrate two fiber internet circuits.