Swiss bank UBS has signed a multi-million pound hardware and managed services deal with Dell covering desktops and notebooks.
The four-year deal covers 30,000 new desktops and notebooks in UBS’ Swiss branches and all PCs installed in branches outside Switzerland, including the US and the rest of Europe.
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The managed deployment services agreement covers installation and 24-hour local support of systems.
“Dell won the contract because of the global availability of its products, its exceptional price/performance ratio and its convincing offering in the services area,” said Scott Abbey, UBS chief technical officer.
“By standardising the PC infrastructure worldwide we can achieve a substantial cost reduction in this area,” Abbey said.
Dell OptiPlex GX280 desktops and Dell Latitude D410 and D610 notebooks will replace existing UBS PCs.