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Anoka County makes major purchase for tech network

  • 3 mths ago

A contract totaling $965,174.37 was awarded by the Anoka County, MN Board May 24 to replace key pieces of the county’s technology infrastructure.

Two core network switches, one for the primary data center and the other for the secondary data center, will be purchased because the existing switches have reached the end of their lifecycle, according to Susan Vreeland, county information technology director.

The switches are key pieces of the county’s entire IT infrastructure because they provide the central backbone that other devices, including routers, closet switches (the county has hundreds of those), wireless access points, computers, printers, conference room video systems, use to communicate internally and over the Internet, she told the County Board.

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