Transport NSW pays DiData $13m for Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise

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Transport NSW pays DiData $13m for Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise

Transport New South Wales has handed Dimension Data a contract for Microsoft SQL Server licences.

The $13 million contract covers true up services for Step Up licences for SQL Server Enterprise. The deal runs from August 2019 to August 2021.

Tender documents also said the contract involved “Computer data input device accessories” and “Infrastructure and applications services”. A Transport for NSW spokesperson did not provide further details.

True-up services involve the inventory of all qualified desktops, users and processors added to an organisation over a year, along with any additional product use requiring a license from
Microsoft.

The agency spokesperson told CRN the deal is part of a $30 million exclusive five-year reseller deal with Dimension Data, which was signed in 2018. The contract is part of a five-year, $46 million deal that also includes Oracle, Symantec, Citrix, Veritas and VMware software licences.

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