Tennessee inks server pact with Dell

State government agencies in Tennessee that are looking to upgrade their computer system infrastructure will turn to Dell Inc. over the next 12 months to provide standards-based servers under a new contract. The one-year, $2 million deal has three one-year options.

Dell of Round Rock, Texas, will offer several models from its PowerEdge line, including the PowerEdge 1850, 2850, 2800, 6800, 6850 and the Power Edge 1855 blade servers, the company said this week.

The company will help install the new systems and will provide limited warranty support and training to help enhance the usability of the equipment.

Ethan Butterfield is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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