Supplier list for Network Services framework – RM1045 - revealed

Written by Colin Marrs on 10 August 2015 in News

The final list of suppliers selected for the government’s Network Services framework has been revealed – with 48 selected to provide voice and internet network work.

The framework will replace the previous PSN Services and PSN Connectivity frameworks, and consists of around a third small and medium enterprises.

Last month, Innopsis, the industry association for companies providing public network services said that it expected 61 firms to be appointed.

Innopsis welcomed the division of lots on the contract into core and supplementary products, opening up the process to more companies.

There are ten lots within the framework: data access; local connectivity; traditional telephony; inbound telephony; IP telephony; mobile voice and data services; paging services; video conferencing; audio conferencing; and integrated communications.

When it published the tender for the framework, the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) estimated the value of purchases which might be made at between £100m and £2bn.

Full list of suppliers appointed to Network Services framework – RM1045

4Net Technologies Limited
AdEPT Telecom
Airwave Solutions 
Alternative Networks
Ascom (UK) 
Atos IT Services UK Limited
Azzuri Communications 
Block Solutions 
British Telecommunications
Centiant International
Colt Technology Services
Daisy Communications 
Digital Communication Systems Limited
Dimension Data Communications UK 
eircom UK 
Exchange Communications
Freedom Communications (UK)
Fujitsu Services 
Gamma Telecom 
HighSpeed Office (hSo)
Icom Holdings
Ideal Networks
Intrinsic Technology 
KCom Group
Level 3 Communications
MLL Telecom
Netcall Telecom Limited
Pageone Communications 
Pervasive Networks 
Pinacl Solutions UK 
Specialist Computer Centres
Telefonica UK 
Thales UK 
The Networking People 
Total Care and Support
UK Broadband
Unify Enterprise Communications
Virgin Media Business 
Voicenet Solutions 

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