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Rate Contract for Setting up of LAN
GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA
DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT
7th Floor, Mantralaya, Mumbai-400 032
2170/File/DIT/2011
Dated: Sept 23, 2011
To
1.
M/s Orient Technologies Private Limited
49H, 2nd Floor, New Heaven,
Parsi Panchayat Road, Andheri (East)
Mumbai - 400069
Contact Person: Mr . Manish Mehta
Tel No: (022)67158888 | Cell No +91 9619768417 | Fax No: (022) 67158989.
[email protected]
2.
M/s Spanco Ltd
2nd Floor, Krishnan Bhuvan,
B S Deoshi Marg, Deoni
Mumbai- 400 088
Contact Person: Mr Pankaj Gadkari
Tel No: (022) 6716 5566 | Cell No +91 98673 99262 | Fax: + 91 22 6716 5599,
[email protected]
Subject: Rate contract for setting up LANs at Govt of Maharashtra offices valid till September 30, 2012
Reference: Directorate of Information technology tender No: 2170/File/DIT/2011 for setting up of LANs
Dear Sir,
You are hereby informed that the rate quoted by you with reference to the above tender for
computer hardware & peripherals for the stores specified in Schedules annexed has been accepted for the
Maharashtra government rate contract.
Description of stores & prices are given in Schedule- A. The specifications of the stores are given in
Schedule- B. The terms & conditions as amended to date governing the rate contract is given in Schedule-C.
The rate contract and the scheduled annexed shall be sole repository of this rate contract transaction.
Schedules annexed
1. Schedule - A Description of stores & prices and details of dealers
2. Schedule - B Specification of stores
3. Schedule- C Terms & conditions of contract
Yours Sincerely,
-SdDirector – IT
GAD, Government of Maharashtra
Government of Maharashtra
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Rate Contract for Setting up of LAN
Schedule A
Description of Stores & their Prices
Sr.No Product
OEM
Description
Active Components
Unmanaged Product
1.
24 port
Dax
10/100/1000
Switch
Managed Layer 2 Products
2.
24 port
Dax
10/100/1000
3.
24 port
Dax
10/100/1000
and 2 fibre
uplinks
4.
24 port
Dax
10/100/1000
with PoE and
no fibre
uplinks
5.
24 port
Dax
10/100/1000
with PoE and
2 fibre uplinks
6.
48 port
Dax
10/100/1000
7.
48 port
Dax
10/100/1000
and 2 fibre
uplinks
Layer 3 Switch
8.
10 Slot
Dax
Chassis with
18 port 1000
Base TX, 12
port 100 Base
FX, 1 port
1000 Base SX
and 1 port
1000 base LX
modules
Government of Maharashtra
Part Code
OEM
Part Code
Rate
(Rs)
DX-5024PG
Digisol
DG-GS1024
7,828
DX-5024GS
Digisol
DG-GS4524
DX-5024GS
Digisol
DG-GS4524
DX-5024GSPOE
Digisol
DG-GS4526P
22,890
22,890
39,485
DX-5024GSPOE
Digisol
DG-GS4526P
39,485
DX-5048GS
Digisol
DG-GS4548
37,100
DX-5048GS
Digisol
DG-GS4548
37,100
DX-0630P-AC
DX-0630PXMGT
DX-0630P-ACPWR
DX-06524SFP/12GT
DX-G-SFP100FX
DX-MGBIC-SXLC
DX-MGBIC-LX-
Digisol
DG-CS7010, DGSA-RPS-7010AC,
DG-CS7000-MM,
DG-CS700012GC12GX, DGCS700012GC12GX, DGSA1030, DGSA1133
9,00,531
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9.
LC
DX-0524GTL3-AC
DX5005-RPS
24 Port
Dax
Gigabit Layer
3 Switch
Routers
Primary Level Router
10.
1 LAN / 1
Dax
DX-1831F
WAN Ports
Loaded with
Async / Sync
Serial
Interface card
and cable
11.
2 LAN / 2
Dax
DX-1831F
WAN Ports
RM2-1SAE
Loaded with
CAB-DB25FC2-Port Async /
S-V35MT
Sync Serial
Interface card
and cable
12.
2 LAN / 3
Dax
DX-1831F
WAN Slots
RM2-1SAE
Loaded with
CAB-DB25FC2-Port Async /
S-V35MT
Sync Serial
RM2-1STA
Interface card
and 1 ISDN
port with
cable
WAN Interface Card for Primary Level Routers
13.
1- Port ISDN
Dax
RM2-1STA
Interface card
CAB-RJ11M
with cable.
14.
2 - Port Async Dax
RM2-1SAE
/ Sync Serial
CAB-DB25FCInterface card
S-V35MT
with cable.
Secondary Router
15.
2 LAN / 5
Dax
DX-3835-RPS
WAN Slots
Government of Maharashtra
Digisol
DG-GS4826S
1,00,741
Digisol
DG-ER1821AC, DGER-RM2-1SAE
Digisol
DG-ER1821AC, DGER-RM2-1SAE, DGER-RM2-1SAE
Digisol
DG-ER1821AC,DGER-RM2-1SAE, DGER-RM2-1SAE ,DGER-RM2-1STA
24,363
29,776
35,639
Digisol
DG-ER-RM2-1STA
6,306
Digisol
DG-ER-RM2-1SAE,
DG-ER-RM2-1SAE
15,465
Digisol
DG-ER2824,DG-ERFAN-2A-01, DGER-DDR333-1024S,
DG-ER-AD1501D002N, DG-ERIPSec, DG-ERAIM2-SEC150, DGER-AD150-1D002N 1,20,857
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16.
2 LAN / 7
WAN Slots
Dax
DX-3885
IPSEC IOS
AD1501D002N
WAN Interface Card for Secondary Level Routers
17.
4-Port Async / Dax
RM3B-4SAH
Sync Serial
CAB-DB50MInterface card
S-2DB44F
with cable
CAB-DB44MS-M34M
CAB-DB44MS-DB25M
18.
4-Port ISDN
Dax
RM3B-4UH
Interface card
CAB-RJ45Mwith cable
OPEN
19.
2-Port
Dax
RM3B-4CE1H
Channelized
CAB-DB40ME1 / PRI
S-8BNCM
Interface card
with cable
20.
4-Port
Dax
RM3B-4CE1H
Channelized
CAB-DB40ME1 / PRI
S-8BNCM
Interface card
with cable
Passive Components
Racks
21.
19" 6U Wall
WQ
WQ/6U.500D
Mount rack
with the
necessary
accessories
22.
19" 9U Wall
WQ
WQ/ 9U. 500D
Mount rack
with the
necessary
accessories
23.
19"12U Wall
WQ
WQ/ 12U
Mount rack
500D
with the
necessary
Government of Maharashtra
Digisol
Digisol
DG-ER3840, DGER-FAN-3A-01,
DG-ER-DDR3331024S, DG-ERAD150-1D002N,
DG-ER-IPSec, DGER-AIM2-SEC150,
DG-ER-AD1501D002N
2,10,892
DG-ER-RM3B4SAH
44,682
Digisol
DG-ER-RM3B-4UH
Digisol
DG-ER-RM3B4CE1BH
86,733
1,13,973
Digisol
DG-ER-RM3B4CE1BH
1,13,973
Selrack
'NC98WM'
Wallmount Rack
6U / 550W / 450D
4,619
Selrack
'NC98WM'
Wallmount Rack
9U / 550W / 450D
Selrack
'NC98WM'
Wallmount Rack
12U / 550W /
450D
4,911
4,770
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accessories
24.
19" 17U Floor WQ
WQ/ 17U
Mount rack
800W.800D
with
necessary
accessories
25.
19" 22 U Floor WQ
WQ/ 22U
Mount rack
800W.800D
with
necessary
accessories
26.
19" 32 U Floor WQ
WQ/ 32U
Mount rack
800W.800D
with
necessary
accessories
27.
19" 42 U Floor WQ
WQ/ 42U
Mount rack
800W.800D
with
necessary
accessories
Accessories for Racks
28.
Cable Managers
29.
Power strip keeping in mind maximum
active components to be placed in the
rack
30.
Fan tray with Cooling Fans for the
appropriate racks
31.
Hardware of the rack which includes
screws, bolts etc required for mounting
jack panels, cable managers and active
components
Transceivers
32.
UTP to fiber
Dax
SM -DX-BU-Stransceiver 1
1GT/
Gbps with ST
LX-SM-201310nm- AC-F
+DX-S21203
MM -DX-BU-S1GT/SX-MM500m1310nm-AC-F
+DX-N21203
33.
UTP to firbre
Dax
SM -DX-BU-Stransceiver 1
1GT/
Gbps with SC
LX-SM-20-
Government of Maharashtra
Selrack
NC98FS' Floor
Standing Network
Rack 17U / 600W /
600D
Selrack
NC98FS' Floor
Standing Network
Rack 22U / 600W /
600D
10,285
12,373
Selrack
NC98FS' Floor
Standing Network
Rack 32U / 600W /
600D
Selrack
NC98FS' Floor
Standing Network
Rack 42U / 600W /
600D
23,227
27,099
WQ
WQ
Selrack
Selrack
0
0
WQ
Selrack
0
WQ
Selrack
0
Digilink
DG-MC6022ST
7,100
Digilink
DG-MC6022
7,100
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1310nm-AC-F
MM-Dax DXBU-S-1GT/SXMM-500m1310nm-AC-F
Mini GBIC Transceivers
34.
100 Base FXDax
SFP
transceivers
with LC
connector
mm
35.
36.
100 Base FXSFP
transceivers
with LC
connector sm
1000 Base SXtransceivers
with LC
connector
mm
37.
1000 Base LXtransceivers
with LC
connector sm
38.
1000 Base TX transceivers
for copper
UTP Cables
39.
CAT 6 UTP
Cable
UTP Patch Cord
40.
3ft Dual
Ended
Mounting
Cord
41.
7ft Dual
Ended
Mounting
Cord
42.
9ft Dual
Ended
DX-SFP-100FX- Digilink
MM-1310-LC2 – For Layer 2
DX-G-SFP100FX-MM1310-LC-2 for
Layer 3
DX-SFP-100FX- Digilink
SM-1310-LC20 For Layer 2
DX-G-SFP100FX-SM1310-LC-10
For Layer 3
DX-MGBIC-SX- Digilink
LC
DG-SA1030
Dax
DX-MGBIC-LXLC-10
Digilink
DG-SA1133
Dax
DX-MGBIC-GT
Digilink
DG-SA1230T
Dax
Dax
5,418
DG-SA1133
5,565
DG-SA1030
5,245
5,565
6,180
Dax
DX-C06300V
Digilink
DC6CAUTP4P3X
Dax
DX-C06001
Digilink
DC6PCURJ01BLM
Dax
DX-C06002
Digilink
DC6PCURJ02BLM
Dax
DX-C06003
Digilink
DC6PCURJ03BLM
4,750
92
104
Government of Maharashtra
140
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Mounting
Cord
Information Outlets
43.
Single port
Dax
British style
face plate
44.
Dual Port
Dax
British style
face plate
45.
Surface
Dax
mount box –
Single
46.
Surface
Dax
mount box –
Dual
47.
CAT 6 RJ 45
Dax
Information
Outlet
48.
RJ 45 Male
Dax
Connectors
Jack Panel and Accessories
49.
Horizontal
WQ
cable manger
50.
24 Port, Cat 6 Dax
Jack Panel
51.
48 Port, Cat 6 Dax
Jack Panel
Fiber Cable
52.
4 Core
Dax
outdoor
armored cable
– mm
53.
4 Core
Dax
outdoor
armored cable
– sm
54.
6 Core
Dax
outdoor
armored cable
– mm
55.
6 Core
Dax
outdoor
armored cable
– sm
56.
12 core
Dax
outdoor
Government of Maharashtra
DX-AFPS001
Digilink
DCXIOFPSXXXX
46
DX-AFPS002
Digilink
DCXIOFPDXXXX
DX-BB001
Digilink
DCBACKBOX2M
50
20
DX-BB001
Digilink
DCBACKBOX2M
DX-M06001
Digilink
DC6KYSTU-WT
20
120
DX-CRJ45
Digilink
DCEJRJ45X100
6
Digilink
DCXHCM19XX-1U
165
DX-PPS6024
Digilink
DC6PP24UKY1U
3,508
DX-PPS6024 X
2
Digilink
DC6PP48UKY2U
DX-N10061
Digilink
DFCAO51GCT04
DX-S10061
Digilink
DFCAO09GCT04
DX-N10061
Digilink
DFCAO51GCT06
DX-S10061
Digilink
DFCAO09GCT06
DX-N10121
Digilink
DFCAO51GCT12
5,790
43
38
45
40
93
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armored cable
– mm
57.
12 core
Dax
outdoor
armored cable
– sm
58.
6 core indoor Dax
cable mm
59.
6 core OM3
Dax
multi mode
cable for 10 G
connectivity
Fiber Patch Cords
60.
SC-SC Duplex
Dax
patch cord
(mm) - 3 mtrs.
61.
SC-SC Duplex
Dax
Patch cord
(SM) - 3 mtrs.
62.
ST-SC Duplex
Dax
Patch cord
(SM) - 3 mtrs.
63.
SC -LC Duplex Dax
Patch cord,
(mm) - 3mtr
64.
SC -LC Duplex Dax
Patch cord,
(sm) - 3mtr
Fiber Connectors with Epoxy
65.
LC Connector Dax
– MM
66.
SC Connector- Dax
MM
67.
LC Connector- Dax
SM
68.
SC Connector- Dax
SM
LIU Wall Mount Type
69.
12 Port,
Dax
unloaded ,
with side door
70.
24 Port,
Dax
unloaded,
with side door
71.
12 port
Dax
loaded with
Government of Maharashtra
DX-S10121
Digilink
DFCAO09GCT12
DX-N10062
Digilink
DFCAO51GLN06
46
79
DX-N10061+
Digilink
DFCAO51GCT06
79
DX-N21103
Digilink
DFPCD4SCSC03
936
DX-S21103
Digilink
DFPCD1SCSC03
DX-S21203
Digilink
DFPCD1STSC03
936
936
DX-N21403
Digilink
DFPCD4LCSC03
DX-S21403
Digilink
DFPCD1LCSC03
936
936
DX-CM0401
Digilink
DFCOLCXMPR20
192
DX-CM0101
Digilink
DFCOSCXMPR09
134
DX-CS0401
Digilink
DFCOLCXSPR20
220
DX-CS0101
Digilink
DFCOSCXSPR09
168
DX-F00101
Digilink
DFBOX12WXXXX
DX-F00101
Digilink
DFBOX24WXXXX
1,612
1,612
SM: DXFDU12S04
Digilink
DFBOX12WXXXX,
DFPNLSC06X,
3,224
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couplers
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
6 Port adapter
plate loaded
with LC (mm)
couplers
6 Port adapter
plate loaded
with LC (sm)
couplers
6 Port adapter
plate loaded
with SC (mm)
couplers
6 Port adapter
plate loaded
with SC (sm)
couplers
Grounding kit
Dax
MM: DXFDU12M04
DX-P10412 +
DX-AM0402 #
3
DFADSCTYPXPM
Digilink
DFPNLLC06X,
DFADLCTYPDPM
722
Dax
DX-P10412 +
Digilink
DX-AS0402 # 3
DFPNLLC06X,
DFADLCTYPDZS
Dax
DX-P10112 +
DX-AM0102 #
3
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXPM
Dax
DX-P10112 +
Digilink
DX-AS0102 # 3
Dax
Digilink
722
Digilink
400
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXZS
400
0
LIU Rack Mount Type
77.
12 Port patch
panel loaded
with LC
couplers
78.
24 Port patch
panel loaded
with LC
couplers
79.
12 Port patch
panel loaded
with SC
couplers
80.
24 Port patch
panel loaded
with SC
couplers
81.
12 port
unloaded
82.
24 port,
unloaded
enclosure
83.
48 port,
unloaded
enclosure
84.
6 Port adapter
Dax
Dax
Dax
Dax
Dax
SM: DXFDU12S04
MM: DXFDU12M04
SM: DXFDU24S04
MM: DXFDU24M04
SM: DXFDU12S01
MM: DXFDU12M01
SM: DXFDU24S01
MM: DXFDU24M01
DX-F00101
Digilink
DFBOX12RXXXX,
DFPNLLC06X,
DFADLCTYPDPM
3,224
Digilink
DFBOX24RXXXX,
DFPNLLC06X,
DFADLCTYPDPM
4,127
Digilink
DFBOX12RXXXX,
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXPM
3,224
Digilink
DFBOX24RXXXX,
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXPM
Digilink
DFBOX12RXXXX
4,127
1,676
Dax
DX-F00101
Digilink
DFBOX24RXXXX
Dax
DX-F00101
Digilink
DFBOX48RXXXX
1,676
3,353
Dax
DX-P10412 +
Digilink
DFPNLLC06X,
722
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plate with LC
(mm) couplers
6 Port adapter Dax
plate with LC
(sm) couplers
6 Port adapter Dax
plate with SC
(mm) couplers
6 Port adapter Dax
plate with SC
(sm) couplers
85.
86.
87.
Others
88.
E1 Converter
DX-AM0402 #
3
DX-P10412 +
Digilink
DX-AS0402 # 3
DFADLCTYPDPM
DFPNLLC06X,
DFADLCTYPDZS
722
DX-P10112 +
Digilink
DX-AM0102 #
3
DX-P10112 +
Digilink
DX-AS0102 # 3
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXPM
400
DFPNLSC06X,
DFADSCTYPXZS
400
DX-4011XE-AC Loaded with
(Optional G.703 to V.35 module)
DX-4011-INT-v.35 or (Optional G.703 to
Ethernet module)
DX-4011-INT-ETH
89.
1 KVA Sine
APC
AP 1000 SWL
Megatech Sohomate mini
Wave Inverter Uniline Leo power
1KVA
Labor and other services
90.
Digging and refilling of tar road
91.
Digging and refilling of concrete road
92.
Digging and refilling of soft soil
93.
ISI mark 11/2 inch GI pipe
94.
1" PVC Conduit with necessary fixtures
95.
1.5" PVC Conduit with necessary fixtures
96.
25 mm Casing Caping
97.
32 mm Casing Caping
98.
25 mm Flexible Pipe
99.
32 mm Flexible Pipe
100. Construction of Inspection Chamber of size 4'x3'x2'(lxb xh)
Sr. No
1.
2.
Dax
Name of Vendor
M/s Orient Technologies Private Limited
M/s Spanco Ltd
Government of Maharashtra
28,633
43,305
90
90
60
160
12.65
16
16.95
27
18
27
3000
Name of the OEM
Dax,
WQ,
APC
Digisol,
Selrack,
Digilink,
Megatech
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Schedule B
Specifications of the Stores
Unmanaged Switch
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
24 auto sensing 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
•
All ports to have 10/100/1000 Base-Tx / RJ45 Media Interface
•
Ethernet Switching features like, store and forward; Full and Half duplex auto
negotiation;
•
LED Indicators which spot faults and check status of individual ports
•
Automatic Sensing of link speed, duplex mode ad cable type
•
802.3X congestion control
•
Accessories like Power cord, User guide etc to be supplied with the switch
•
Warranty Certificate
Managed Switch
24 port 10/100/1000 with PoE and 2 fibre uplinks
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
24 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports and extra 2 nos 1000Base-SX/LX ports
(shared or combo)
•
Should support 802.3af POE on all 24 1000Base Tx ports.
•
Should supply 15.4W on all the 24 ports
•
All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
•
Support 8K MAC address.
•
32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 35.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
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•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
•
Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
•
Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
•
DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
•
Support for MAC filtering.
•
Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
•
The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
•
Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
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24 port 10/100/1000 with PoE and no fibre uplinks
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
24 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports
•
Should support 802.3af POE on all 24 1000Base Tx ports.
•
Should supply 15.4W on all the 24 ports
•
All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
•
Support 8K MAC address.
•
32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 35.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
•
Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
•
Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
•
DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
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Support for MAC filtering.
•
Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
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The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
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Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
24 port 10/100/1000 and 2 fibre uplinks
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
24 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports and extra 2 nos 1000Base-SX/LX (shared or
combo)
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All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps /100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
•
Support 8K MAC address.
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32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 35.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
•
Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
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Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
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DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
•
Support for MAC filtering.
•
Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
•
The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
•
Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
24 port 10/100/1000
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
24 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports
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All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
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Support 8K MAC address.
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32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 35.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
•
Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
•
Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
•
DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
•
Support for MAC filtering.
•
Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
•
The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
•
Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
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Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
48 port 10/100/1000 and 2 fibre uplinks
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
48 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports and extra 2 nos 1000Base-SX/LX ports
(shared or combo)
•
All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps /100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
•
Support 8K MAC address.
•
32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 70.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
•
Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
•
Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
•
DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
•
Support for MAC filtering.
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Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
•
The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
•
Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
48 port 10/100/1000
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
48 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet ports
•
All ports can auto-negotiate between 10Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 1000Mbps, half-duplex or
full duplex and flow control for half-duplex ports.
•
Support 8K MAC address.
•
32 Gbps or more Switching fabric capacity
•
Packet Forwarding Rate should be 70.0 Mpps
•
The switch must support Port Mirroring, Port Trunking and 802.3ad LACP Link
Aggregation port trunks to allow creation of Ethernet channeling with other devices
•
Support IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports.
•
Support 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol(STP), 802.1S, 802.1w, Rate Limiting, 802.1Q
VLAN encapsulation, Up to 255 VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN Ids
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Support IGMP v1, v2 and v3 snooping
•
802.1p Priority Queues, port mirroring, DiffServ
•
Support based on 802.1p priority bits with at least 8 queues
•
DHCP support & DHCP snooping /relay/optional 82/server support
•
Shaped Round Robin (SRR) or WRR scheduling support.
•
Support for Strict priority queuing & Sflow
•
Support for IPv6 ready features with dual stack
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x (Port based network access control).
•
Support for MAC filtering.
•
Should support TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based VLANs and Private VLAN
•
The switch must support dynamic VLAN Registration or equivalent
Protocol and Traffic
•
Network Time Protocol or equivalent Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP,
Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3.
•
Should support 4 Groups of RMON
•
Should have accessibility using Telnet, SSH, Console access, easier software upgrade
through network using TFTP etc. Configuration management through CLI, GUI based
software utility and using web interface
Layer 3 Switch
Chassis based Layer 3 Switch
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Make : Dax / Digisol
General Architecture
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Should have redundant power supply
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Should be Chassis based Design
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Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit support
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Should have redundant processing engine, There should not be any impact on the
performance in the event of active processing engine failure
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Should have redundant FAN tray and Hot Swappable Fan tray.
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N+1 / 1+1 Redundant Power Supply from day one
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Hot Swap ability on all modules and Power Supply
Interface requirement
•
The switch should have minimum of 18 # 10/100/1000T ports, 12 # 100 TX ports, 1 #
1000SX, 1 # 1000LX.
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Chassis should support be a 10 slot model for loading the above mentioned modules
with minimum4 free slots.
Performance
•
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 350 mpps
•
Switch should support 100 Gbps of Switching capacity and 1Tb for Switching
Backplane Bandwidth
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Should have hardware based unicast, multicast and broadcast suppression.
•
Should support Hot-swappable power supplies and switching modules
•
Should have minimum 4000 active VLANs
Memory Requirement
•
Flash memory: The bidder should provide adequate memory to accommodate all OS
features required at present or in future.
•
DRAM: The memory proposed for all switches should satisfy the performance
requirement and should be upgradeable for future needs.
Layer 3 Features
•
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP v3
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Static IP routing
•
IP routing protocols
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Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), OSPF v3
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Routing Information Protocol, RIP v1/v2, RIP ng for IPv6
•
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 & OFPF v1, v2, and v3 for IPv6
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PIM Sparse Mode, PIM-DM , PIM-SSM, DVMRP
•
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
•
IPv4 and IPv6 support in hardware, providing wire-rate forwarding for IPv6 networks.
•
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocol and Traffic
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Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
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Prioritization support
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IPv6 routing support shall be provided as and when GoM decides to migrate or by
2008, which ever is earlier.
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Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end
stations from degrading overall systems performance.
•
Should support IEEE 802.3 ad Link aggregation and port trunking across line cards
•
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting
•
Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation
•
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS,
•
DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
•
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added
or removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
•
Standard and extended ACLs security
•
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3
(SNMPv3) to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during
Telnet and SNMP sessions.
•
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
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DHCP Server, Relay, DHCP snooping, option 82
VLAN
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Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based
•
The switch must support 802.1Q
•
The switch must be able to take an IP from the DHCP server
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3
•
CLI management support.
24 Port Gigabit Layer 3 Switch
Make : Dax / Digisol
General Architecture
•
Should have redundant power supply
•
Should be Modular based Design, Rack Mountable
•
Should have 1 U based architecture
•
Should support hardware stacking or IP clustering with separate stacking ports and
should support hardware stacking of at least 8 units
Interface requirement
•
The switch should have minimum of 24 X 10/100/1000T Gigabit Ethernet ports, 4 X
SFP Transceiver slots
•
Switch should support additional 2 X 10G open slot and the 10 G and SFP ports
should be operable simultaneously
•
Transceiver slots should support both SX and LX interfaces
Performance
•
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 95 Mpps
•
Switch should support 128 Gbps of Switching capacity
Memory Requirement
•
Flash memory: The bidder should provide adequate memory to accommodate all OS
features required at present or in future.
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DRAM: The memory proposed for all switches should satisfy the performance
requirement and should be upgradeable for future needs.
Layer 3 Features
•
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP v3
•
Static IP routing
•
IP routing protocols
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MLD v1/v2
•
IPv4 and IPv6 routing
•
Open Shortest Path First
•
Routing Information Protocol
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PIM Sparse Mode, DVMRP
•
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
•
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocol and Traffic
•
Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
•
Should support 802.1P prioritization support
•
Should support link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
•
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end
stations from degrading overall systems performance.
•
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting
•
Simple Network Time Protocol support
•
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
•
Switch should support traffic segmentation. Traffic classification should be based on
user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Access control
•
Support port security
•
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
•
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added
or removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
•
Standard and extended ACLs security
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Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3
(SNMPv3) to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during
Telnet and SNMP sessions.
•
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
VLAN
•
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based
•
The switch must support 802.1Q
•
The switch must be able to take an IP from the DHCP server
Management
•
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or
PC
•
Must have support SNMP v1,v2 and v3
•
CLI management support
•
Telnet Management
Router
Primary Level Router
Make : Dax / Digisol
•
The router should have minimum one sync/async port for connectivity to Internet /
other DIT offices. The sync / async port should support data rates of up-to 128Kbps
in sync mode
•
Should have basic ISDN interface
•
Should have support for TCP/IP, PPP, X.25, ISDN, Frame relay and HDLC
Protocols
•
Should support VPN
•
Should have support for integration of data and voice services
•
Routing protocols of RIP, OSPF, and BGP.
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Should be SNMP manageable
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Secondary Level Router
Make : Dax / Digisol
Other than above-mentioned features, the secondary level router should also have the
following;
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Should deliver multiple IP services over a flexible combination of interfaces
•
The router should be scalable
•
For each slot multiple modules should be available
•
Traffic Control and Filtering features for flexible user control policies
•
Bandwidth on demand for cost effective connection performance
enhancement
•
Remote access features
•
Redundancy in terms of Power supply
•
Router should confirm the support of VRRP / HSRP Protocol
Security features;
•
Md5 encryption for routing protocol
•
RADIUS Authentication
•
Management Access policy
•
IPSec / Encryption
•
L2TP
Should provide QOS with following features;
•
RSVP
•
Priority Queuing
•
Policy based routing
•
Traffic shaping
•
Bandwidth Reservation / Committed Information Rate
Note: All the routers need to support transfer speed of 64k, 128k, 2mbps.
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Cabling System
Make : Dax / Digilink
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The Individual Active and Passive components can be from different OEMs but
should be compatible so as to warranty the performance of the channel
•
The Cabling System should meet the specifications prescribed in ANSI/EIA/TIA
568C.2, ISO and EN 50173 standards
•
The Cabling System should be certified by EIA /TIA for compliance of EIA/TIA for
ECAT 6 standards:
•
The Fiber standard should be ITU-T-G652.D. The Multimode 50/125 um should
support TIA/EIA 568B.3.1 and the single mode fiber should support TIA/ EIA 568B.3
and TELCORDIA's GR-20
•
The OEM must provide any one of these certificates like UL, ETL or 3P Certificate for
the copper cable
•
All the accessories used for copper cable laying, termination and underground fiber
should be ISI certified material.
•
In case of a fiber link, necessary inspection chambers need to be constructed at
required distances. Construction of Inspection Chamber of size 4'x3'x2'(length x
breadth x height).
•
In case where the existing channels, trenches underground are being used, they
should be checked for high-tension wires before laying the fiber cable.
•
For copper cable measurements, the distance shown in the reports of the test meter
used will be considered. However for Fiber the physical length will be measured.
•
Racks that hold all the components should be dressed properly so that no cables,
patch cords hang out and create a wire mesh. Use of cable ties and trays is
recommended
•
Cable links should be numbered using ferrules and nodal terminations be marked
with permanent markers using labels
•
For sites with less than 50 connects, one administrative room should be created. The
Constructed Office Space only will provided by the Indentor and the vendor should
ensure that all active components are accommodated in one rack
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E1 Converter
Make : Dax
•
Shall be a modular Interface converter with G.703 fixed at one end and modular slot
at another end to support Ethernet or serial V.35 module
•
Shall support standards including ITU-T G.703, G.704, G.732, G.736, G.812, G.813,
I.431 and CRC-4 insertion
•
Shall support Balanced interface at 120 Ohm on RJ45 connector, DTE and
Unbalanced interface at 75 Ohm on BNC connectors
•
Shall support Jitter performance: ITU-T G.823, G.825
•
Shall support Nominal line data rate: 2048 kbps, E1 or FE1
•
Shall support Transmit level: 0dBm
•
Shall support Line code of Line code: HDB3, AMI (short haul mode only)
•
Shall support Performance monitoring: G.704 CRC-4
•
Shall support DCE data mode at the modular interface
•
Shall support modular interfaces including V.35, V.36, X.21, RS-530, RS-232
•
Shall support 10Base-T interface: IP router 2M
•
The speed shall be Nx64 kbps (N=1..32) or 2 Mbps depending on the interface.
•
Shall support five types of clocking scheme including Free run, Slave to network,
Transparent, Mixed mode and fallback to other clock source in case of absence
•
Shall be manageable converters
•
Shall support test loops including Analogue Loop, Digital Loop, Remote Digital Loop
and Error test generator: 215-1
•
Shall support LED indicators for diagnosis.
I KVA SINE WAVE INVERTER WITH 4 Hrs BACKUP
Make : APC Uniline / Megatech
•
The Sine Wave Inverters conforming to IS: 13314/1992 (reaffirmed 2003) with PWM
technology should be provided.
•
Switching device shall be MOSFET or IGBT
•
Switching frequency should be more than 50 Hz
•
Single phase AC input voltage 120 to 260V, 50Hz Single Phase AC.
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Single phase AC rated output voltage of 230 V. The variation in output voltage from
No-load to Full load expressed as percentages of the no-load voltage should not
exceed +/- 5 % over +10% and -20% variation of the rated D.C. input voltage. The
frequency of the output voltage shall be 50 Hz +/- 3%.
•
The total harmonic distortion shall be less than 5%
•
The Efficiency (at rated output voltage and frequency) should be a minimum of 85%
•
The Inverter shall withstand 10% overload for at least 10 minutes.
•
Protections against the following should be provided
•
Input voltage goes outside the range 120 to 260 Volts the system shall switch
over to Inverter mode.
•
Over voltage, short circuit, and overload at Inverter output terminals.
•
Battery reverses polarity.
•
Protection against over discharge : The load shall be cut-off as soon as the
voltage of battery terminal falls below
10.5 V for 12V and
21 V for 24V Battery system.
•
The Inverter shall incorporate an arrangement for automatic changeover of load
from mains supply to the inverter AC Output in case of failure of mains supply
•
Inverter should have surge protection also.
•
The indicators for Mains presence, Battery charging, Inverter or Main mode &
Battery low shall be provided
•
The Battery Bank should be 12 Volts Lead Acid Battery of any of the following
reputed makes Exide/ AMCO/Yuasa/ Prestolite/ Kirloskar/ Amar Raja
•
The Type Test certificates from any Govt. Laboratory should be submitted
•
It shall be housed in rugged enclosure made of M.S.sheet of 1.2 mm(Min) thickness
aesthetically finished, duly pretreated and powder coated.
•
The trolley should be of ABS material of 2.5 mm or higher thickness closed type duly
ventilated to house the batteries and with control unit kept on the top
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Schedule C
Terms & Conditions of Contract
1. DEFINITIONS
In this document, the following terms shall be interpreted as indicated:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
“The Rate Contract” means the agreement entered into between the Purchaser
and the Supplier, as recorded in the Contract Form signed by the parties,
including all the attachments and appendices thereto and all documents
incorporated by reference therein.
“The Contract Price” means the price payable to the supplier under the
contract for the full and proper performance of its contractual obligations.
“The Goods” means all the hardware / networking equipment, machinery
and/or other materials which the supplier is required to supply to the
purchaser under the contract.
“Services” means services ancillary to the supply of the Goods, such as
transportation and insurance and any other incidental services, such as
installation, commissioning, technical assistance, training and other obligations
of the Supplier covered under the Contract.
“The Indenter” means the organization purchasing the Goods.
“The Purchaser” means The Director & Member Secretary SETU Maharashtra
of Information Technology, Government of Maharashtra.
“The Supplier”/ “SI” means the individual or firm supplying the Goods and
Services under this Contract.
“Day” means a working day.
2. VALIDITY OF RATE CONTRACT
The contract will be valid for a period of One year from the date of signing of the contract.
3. LOCATIONS FOR SUPPLY OF GOODS AND SERVICE
The Goods and Services under this contract shall be supplied and commissioned in any or all
the offices under the Government of Maharashtra. The Supplier shall adhere to all the
technical as well as commercial terms irrespective of the location of the site.
4. SOURCES OF FUNDS
The Purchase Order for the equipment will be placed by the respective offices under the
State Government (The Indenter) where the Goods are to be supplied and installed or
Services provided. The Indenter will be responsible for making the payments for the Goods
supplied or Services rendered.
5. QUALITY OF GOODS AND SERVICES
5.1.
The goods supplied under the contract shall be of the make and
specifications as indicated in the Annexure 1. The Goods will conform to the
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standards mentioned in the technical specifications of the related products
and submitted along with the Bid.
5.2.
In case one or some Goods are discontinued, Goods shall replace the same
with equivalent or higher specification at the same price as in the rate
contract. The decision of the Purchaser whether the Goods are equivalent or
of higher specifications shall be final and binding on the Supplier.
5.3.
The Goods must conform to the highest quality and standard. The Supplier as
well as the Manufacturer shall guarantee that the Goods delivered to the
Indenter are brand new. In case of software, the Supplier should guarantee
that the software supplied to the Indenter is licensed and legally obtained. All
Goods must be supplied with their original and complete printed
documentation.
5.4.
Consistency must be maintained for the entire lot of the Goods ordered. All
the required quantity of an item in schedule of requirement must be of the
same brand and same model number. Part numbers also must be same for all
pieces of an item. The Supplier should not substitute any internal
components or subsystems of the Goods by similar items from a different
Manufacturer.
5.5.
The supplier shall be responsible for liaisoning with MSWAN operator,
bandwidth provider for the required WAN connectivity.
6. PARAMETERS OF SITE DESIGN AND QUALITY OF WORK:
The Supplier will be responsible to design and layout of the proposed LAN:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Supplier should take into consideration the MSWAN architecture and the
specification of installed equipments.
All the offices within 500 meters of the central control room/server need to
be considered in the design. The Supplier will also indicate the distances of
other offices beyond the distance of 500 meters and suggest suitable means
of connecting these offices through Leased Lines or other methods.
The security gate / Entry gate of the campus shall also be considered while
designing the site.
Future expansion of around 20% shall be provided for in the design.
The Network Administration location needs to be suggested in each of the
premises. This usually will be the control/server room.
Copper (UTP) cable should be considered for all premise / indoor
requirements and fiber cable for external use. However in case of offices with
more than hundred connects in a wide spread or multi floored office, fiber
may be considered for backbone connectivity (connectivity between the
floors).
For all the locations, which require connectivity between buildings, usually
outdoor/armored fiber cable should be used. For all locations within a
building/premise, only indoor fiber should be used. In case of a possibility of
rodents cutting fiber cable, armored rodent resistant cable should be used
even for internal purpose.
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Copper cables should be routed through casing capping, or conduits.
Wherever cable paths are provided in the furniture, they should be used.
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Outdoor Fiber cable should be routed as follows:
Under hard/soft soil the fiber should be passed through ISI marked
PVC pipe.
For fiber being laid under less traffic road (road within campus) should
be passed through ISI mark GI pipes.
For fiber being laid under heavy traffic road, (public roads) should be
passed through ISI mark GI pipe, which in turn should be passed
through Hume pipe.
Inspection chambers of 4’x3’x2’ (l x b x h) be provided as required.
At every entry of fiber cable into a building a ramp of 1’x3’ should be
constructed.
Indoor fiber should be passed through PVC conduit
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All passive components should be of the same make as specified in the
tender document.
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The vendor shall label all cables, cords, and distribution frames and
information outlets.
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Level 2 testers like micro test scanner, fluke meter etc should be used and
two ways testing for each link of copper and fiber should be done.
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For purpose of measurement of final cable length of copper cable, the testing
results from the electronic cable tester will be final. However fiber length will
be measured physically.
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The cabling system proposed should meet the specifications as prescribed in
ANSI/EIA/TIA 568-C.2, ISO and EN standards.
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The cabling solution should be flexible and capable of including new facilities
or technologies, as they become required or available.
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Unmanaged switches should be used only where the number of connects is
restricted to less than 12 connect and future expansion is also not possible.
Managed switches should be used at all locations where the current number
of connects is more than 12 connects. Also at offices where external fiber is
required to be used, only managed switches are suggested irrespective of the
number of connects.
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Media Converters should not be used along with switches for connectivity
between buildings.
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Racks used in the network for terminating the passive (cable and Jack panel)
and active components (switches) shall be of the following.
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Standard for Size: IS 9606 – 1980
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Standard for specifications of Electroplated Coatings of
Zinc on Iron and Steel Powder Coatings: IS 1573
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Standard for Steel sheet (Hot Rolled low, medium and high
tensile structural steel): IS 2062
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Standard for Ready Mixed Paint: IS 2074
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Specification for Air Drying, Red Oxide Zinc Chrome,
Priming: DIN : 41494, IEC 60297
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Vertical and horizontal cable trays shall be used to assure neat and welldressed rack.
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Proper earthing of the racks shall be done
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Dust covers need to be provided for unutilized ports of the faceplate.
7. APPROVAL OF DESIGN
The purchaser and or Indenter reserves the right to approve the design with any
modifications that it may deem necessary. The Supplier shall assist the Indenter and or
Purchaser in carrying out such modifications in the design till it is finally approved.
8. DELIVERY SCHEDULE:
The following delivery schedule shall be strictly adhered to:
•
Submission and Approval of Design & Bill of material:
Within 15 days from the date of receiving the enquiry.
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Delivery, Installation and commissioning of the network
Delivery of material may be done in two parts. Passive components
and the necessary equipment for its installation must be delivered
within 3-4weeks. The active components for the same can be
delivered within 4-6 weeks from the date of placing of the Purchase
order. The Installation and Commissioning of the network must be
completed within 8 weeks.
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Establishing Connectivity with MSWAN
The Supplier should co-ordinate with the MSWAN bandwidth service
provider and the MSWAN operator and should ensure that the
connectivity to MSWAN is established within 8 weeks. In the event of
delay in provisioning of MSWAN connectivity on part of the MSWAN
bandwidth service provider and the MSWAN operator, the same
should be informed to the Indenter or Purchaser. If there is a delay in
provisioning of MSWAN connectivity due to such reasons, the SI
should be eligible for 100 % of the payment after 6 months from the
date of placing of order
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Training & Acceptance test
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The Indenter & Supplier should ensure that the Training for at least 2
representatives from a location and the acceptance test should be
completed within 2 weeks from the date of intimation of
commissioning of the sites to the Supplier by the Indenter. In case
LAN had to be setup at multiple offices, the Indenter should arrange
the Training at a central office where the representatives from each
location could undergo the training.
9. PACKING
The supplier will be required to make separate packages for each Indenter. Each package
will be marked on three sides with proper paint/indelible ink, the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Project
Purchase order number
Supplier’s Name and
Packing list
10. DOCUMENTATION ON DELIVERY OF GOODS
Delivery of the Goods shall be made by the Supplier at the address mentioned in the
purchase order of the Indenter. The documents to be furnished by the Supplier along with
the products will be as follows:
1. Four copies of the supplier invoice showing goods description, quantity, unit
price, and total amount;
2. Product literature, manuals, brochures etc
Goods will not be accepted without the above documents.
11. INSTALLATIONS AND COMMISSIONING:
Installation of all ordered equipment including active components and configuring of all
network equipment shall be the responsibility of the Supplier.
12. TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION AFTER INSTALLATION
The Supplier shall submit the following documentation after installation of the equipment
Site diagram showing exact location of connects, placement of racks and
active components.
Bill of Material used for the site.
Number of data connects which are active and those, which are not.
IP addressing scheme (The MSWAN IP scheme to be considered in case WAN
connectivity is applicable)
Warranty certificate indicating 5 year’s warranty from the Principal supplier
for Active Components.
15 years warranty certificate for the Passive Components from the principle
company.
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Contact details of the contractors nearest office to the site.
13. TRAINING
The Supplier shall provide user training for duration of one day to at least 2 representatives
of the Indenter. The Indenter shall have the option to increase the number of persons to be
trained as long as the total duration does not exceed the above period of one day, or is
mutually agreed between the Supplier and the Indenter. The training should cover the
following:
Basics of Local Area Networking
Structured Cabling Overview
Overview of Networking Components
Overview of IP addressing and machine Naming Convention
Simple LAN troubleshooting
14. INSPECTIONS AND TESTS
The Inspection would be carried out on the premises of the indenter or at the point of
delivery and the following tests would be carried out. Should any inspected or tested
goods fail to conform, the Indenter or the Purchaser may reject the goods and the
Supplier shall either replace the rejected goods or make necessary alterations free of
cost to the Indenter / Purchaser.
14.1. Packaging – The packaging of equipments delivered would be inspected.
Every equipments ordered should have been individually packaged using
custom boxes or crates so as to prevent any physical damage during shipping
and handling and guaranteeing the Indenter a fully operational unit.
14.2. Physical Inspection –To ensure quality, all equipment would be physically
inspected for any damage, missing parts, or unacceptable physical
appearance by the Indenter or the purchaser or both.
14.3. Detailed Verification – The Part numbers and serial numbers would be
verified against delivery chalans provided. Other known characteristics would
be verified by inspecting hallmarks, holograms, trademarks and
manufacturing characteristics relative to each respective brand.
15. ACCEPTANCE TESTS
The Supplier in the presence of Indenter will conduct acceptance test at the site. It should
be ensured by the Indenter & supplier that the acceptance test is completed within 2 weeks
from the date of intimation of commissioning of the sites to the Supplier by the Indenter.
The site commissioning includes the installation of active & passive components and
establishing the horizontal connectivity with MSWAN if required. A penalty upto 5% of the
order value may be deducted if training & acceptance test is not carried out within 2 weeks
of commissioning of the sites due to reasons attributable to the supplier.
The acceptance test will involve demonstration of trouble free operation of the Local Area
Network along with the integration of hardware like computers, network printers, servers
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etc. This shall be apart from physical verification and testing. No additional charges shall be
payable by the Indenter for such integration and carrying out these acceptance tests.
In cases where the LANs across various offices of the Indenter would be connected to the
MSWAN as Horizontal offices the Supplier would also demonstrate the integration of all the
different LANs from a central office of the Indenter. However, if such integration has not
been possible within 6 months from the date of issuing work order, due to the delay on part
of the MSWAN operator or the Bandwidth Service provider the payment due to the Supplier
should not be withheld.
16. COMPLETENESS OF CONTRACT
The contract will be deemed as incomplete if any component of the network devices or any
documentation / media relating thereto is not delivered, or is delivered but not installed
and /or not operational, or not integrated or not acceptable to the Indenter after
acceptance testing / examination.
In such an event, the supply and installation will be termed as incomplete and it will not be
accepted and the warranty period will not commence. The goods will be accepted after
complete commission and satisfactory functioning of equipment for a minimum period of 10
days. The Warranty period will commence only on acceptance (based on acceptance test) of
equipment by the Indenter.
17. DELAYS IN THE SUPPLIER’S PERFORMANCE
Delivery of the goods and performance of the services shall be made by the Supplier in
accordance with the time schedule specified in Para 8 of the Conditions of Contract.
If any time during performance of the contract, the Supplier should encounter conditions
impeding timely delivery of the goods and performance of services, the Supplier shall
promptly notify the Indenter and the Purchaser in writing of the fact of the delay, its likely
duration and its cause(s). As soon as practicable after receipt of the Supplier’s notice, the
Indenter in consultation with the Purchaser shall evaluate the situation and may, at its
discretion, extend the Supplier’s time for performance with or without a penalty as per Para
31. The decision of the purchaser in this matter shall be final.
18. SECURITY DEPOSIT
1
2
3
A security deposit of Rs. 25,00,000/- (Twenty Five lakhs only) from nationalize
bank and valid for period of 1 year shall be provided by the Supplier to the
Purchaser.
The proceeds of the Security deposit shall be payable to the Indenter as
compensation for any loss / penalties / liquidated damages resulting from the
Suppliers failure to complete its obligations under the contract.
The Security Deposit will be discharged by the purchaser and returned to the
Supplier within 60 days following the date of expiry of the Contract.
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19. PERFORMANCE GAURANTEE
1
2
3
A performance bank guarantee of 10 % of the order value from nationalize
bank and valid for period of 5 years shall be provided by the Supplier to the
Indenter.
The proceeds of the performance guarantees shall be payable to the Indenter
as compensation for any loss / penalties resulting from the Suppliers failure
to complete its obligations under the contract.
The performance guarantee will be discharged by the purchaser and returned
to the Supplier within 60 days following the date of completion of the
Suppliers performance obligations, including any warranty obligations under
the Contract.
20. PAYMENT TERMS
20.1. Bills will be submitted by the Supplier to the Indenter. A copy of the
payments claimed shall also be submitted to the Purchaser. The bills will be
submitted after the delivery of all the equipments as per the work order
placed with them
20.2. The indenter will pay 75% of the value of the bill within 30 days of receipt of
the bill and the detailed Bill of Materials of items supplied and on satisfactory
findings for the inspection carried out as per clause 14.
20.3. Balance 25 % of the value of the bill will be paid within 15 days from the date
of completion of the Acceptance test and training as per the clause 13 and
15.
21. PRODUCT WARRANTY
The Supplier shall provide comprehensive on site warranty for the Active and Passive
Components for a period of five years from the date of installation and commissioning of
equipment.
The Supplier shall be fully responsible for the Manufacturer’s warranty for all equipment,
accessories, spare parts etc. against any defects arising from design, material,
manufacturing, workmanship, or any act or omission of the manufacturer / Supplier or any
defect that may develop under normal use of supplied equipment during the warranty
period.
In case the Supplier is unable to fulfill his obligations during the warranty period, the
warranty obligations will fully and automatically devolve upon the Manufacturer of the
goods.
The Supplier shall be fully responsible for getting the product replaced from the principle
company or coordinating the same with the principle company during the warranty period.
22. SERVICE LEVEL FOR POST IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT
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The supplier should provide post implementation support for five years. The Supplier shall
provide a website or any suitable means for electronic logging of complaints by the Indenter
or Purchaser. The system should be able to acknowledge a receipt as a proof of having
lodged a complaint by the Indenter or the Purchaser. Alternatively the Supplier shall provide
a telephone number at which complaints can be lodged.
The Supplier should ensure uptime of 95%. The supplier would be first point of contact for
the Indenter or Purchaser & he in turn would be responsible to co-ordinate with the
Maharashtra State Wide Area Network (MSWAN) Operator and MSWAN bandwidth service
provider to resolve downtime issues. A free network monitoring tool may be provided by
the supplier which would be used to monitor the uptime of the network, the indenter
however may have to provide the required hardware for the NMS tool. The penalties would
be levied on the supplier in the event of downtime attributable to the Supplier exceeds 5%
based on the resolution time for the complaints logged in the website of the supplier.
The supplier shall provide maintenance service on demand. In this regard the supplier shall
post one dedicated service staff in each of the district where LAN components have been
supplied. The proposed service staff should have a minimum experience of two years in
Installation, Commissioning & Maintenance of LAN/WAN and related equipments supplied
under the rate contract. This service staff will be located at the District NOC created for the
State Wide Area Network.
The following service levels will be adhered to:
Sr No Response time
1
Call Fixing time
Within 36 hours from the time Within 72 hours
of logging the call
Call logged on a non working day should be considered as a call registered on the morning
of the next working day and will be completed as per the schedule mentioned above in the
respective locations. Only Sunday and National holidays will be considered as holidays.
23. ONSITE SUPPORT
The Supplier shall provide onsite support for five years from the date of Installation. The
obligations of the Supplier would include trouble shooting of the day to day LAN issues (This
includes Installation, Configuration of local LAN connectivity within the office and further
connectivity to WAN).
24. REPEATED FAILURE
If, during the warranty period, any equipment has any failure on three or more occasions, it
shall be replaced by equivalent new equipment by the Supplier at no cost to the purchaser.
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25. RIGHT TO USE DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT
If after delivery, acceptance and installation and within the guarantee and warranty period,
the operation or use of the equipment proves to be unsatisfactory, the purchaser shall have
the right to continue to operate or use such equipment until rectification’s of defects, errors
or omissions by repair or by partial or complete replacement is made without interfering
with the purchaser’s operation.
26. PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF OBSOLESCENCE
The Supplier will make the spare parts for the systems available for a minimum period of
five years from the time of acceptance of the system. Thereafter, the Supplier will give at
least twelve months notice prior to discontinuation of support services, so that the
purchaser may order its requirements of the spares, if it so desires. If any of the
components are not available or difficult to procure, or the procurement is likely to be
delayed for replacement, the replacement shall be carried out with state of the art
technology equipment of equivalent or higher capacity, at no additional charges to the
purchaser or Indenter.
27. SUPPLIER’S OBLIGATIONS
The supplier shall work closely with the Indenter and the Purchaser and abide by directives
issued by them or their staff.
The supplier will abide by the job safety requirements prevalent in India and shall indemnify
the Purchaser / the Indenter from any demands or liabilities that may arise during the
execution of the contract, including that from accidents or loss of life. The Supplier shall be
solely liable for any compensation that may become payable as a result of such incidents
and will not hold the Indenter / Purchaser responsible or obligated.
The supplier is responsible for managing the activities of its personnel or sub-contracted
personnel and will hold itself responsible for any misdemeanors.
The supplier will treat as confidential all data and information obtained in the execution of
his responsibilities about the purchaser or the Indenter in strict confidence and will not
reveal such information to any other party without the prior written approval of the
purchaser.
28. REPORTS TO PURCHASER
A monthly report of the progress of work shall be submitted to DIT.
29. ASSIGNMENT
The supplier shall not assign to any third party, in whole or in part, its obligations to perform
under the contract, except with the purchaser’s prior written consent.
30. SUBCONTRACTS
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The supplier shall notify the purchaser in writing of all subcontracts awarded under this
contract if not already specified in the bid. Such notification, in his original bid or later, shall
not relieve the supplier from any liability or obligation under the contract. Sub-contract shall
be only for bought-out items and sub-assemblies.
31. PENALTY CLAUSE
The penalty for various delays and deficiencies in services will be as follows:
31.1. Site Design: In case the Supplier fails to visit the site and complete the site
design within the period allowed in Para 8 above, the Purchaser will be
entitled to forfeit upto 5 % of the Security Deposit provided by the Supplier.
31.2. Delivery and Installation: An amount equal to 1% of the order value will be
deducted for every week of delay in installation and commissioning of the
site. If the delay is more than 5 weeks, penalty upto 10 % of the Security
Deposit with the Purchaser will also be liable to be forfeited.
31.3. SLA for Uptime: For every 1% drop in uptime in each quarter over the
required uptime of 95% a penalty upto 0.5% of the Performance Bank
Guarantee would be liable to be forfeited. If the uptime in any quarter is 75%
or less due to conditions which are wholly attributable to the supplier then
the purchaser may terminate the contract. A penalty upto 0.5% of the
Performance Bank Guarantee would be liable to be forfeited for every day
delay in response time or call fixing time for any problem logged by the
Indenter.
32. TERMINATION FOR DEFAULT
32.1. The purchaser may, without prejudice to any other remedy for breach of
contract, by one week written notice of default sent to the Supplier,
terminate the contract in whole or part:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
f)
If the supplier fails to deliver any or all of the goods within the period(s)
specified in the contract, or within any extension thereof granted by the
purchaser or
Serious discrepancy in supply of Goods, or its certification is noticed
during the contract period.
Delay in delivery and installation beyond a period of 16 weeks from the
date of purchase order.
Downtime of 20% or more due to conditions wholly attributable to the
supplier.
If the Vendor delays in responding or call fixing for more than 12 days
over and above the permissible timelines for any problem logged by the
Indenter
Breach by the tenders of any of the terms and conditions of the tender.
If the Vendor goes in to liquidation voluntarily or otherwise.
If the supplier fails to perform any other obligation(s) under the
contract.
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g)
If the supplier, in the judgment of the purchaser has engaged in corrupt
or fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing the contract.
32.2. In the event the Purchaser terminates the contract in whole or in part. The
Purchaser may procure, upon such terms and in such manner as it deems
appropriate, goods or services similar to those undelivered, and the Supplier
shall be liable to the purchaser for any excess costs for such similar goods or
services. However, the Supplier shall continue the performance of the
contract to the extent not terminated.
33. TERMINATION FOR INSOLVENCY
The purchaser may at any time terminate the contract by giving written notice to the
supplier, if the supplier becomes bankrupt or otherwise insolvent. In this event, termination
will be without compensation to the supplier, provided that such termination will not
prejudice or affect any right of action or remedy, which has accrued or will accrue thereafter
to the purchaser.
34. FORCE MAJEURE
34.1. The supplier shall not be liable for forfeiture of its performance security,
penalty or termination for default, if and to the extent that, its delay in
performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the contract is
the result of an event of Force Majeure.
34.2. For purposes of this clause, “Force Majeure” means an event beyond the
control of the supplier and not involving the supplier’s fault or negligence and
not foreseeable. Such events may include, but are not limited to, acts of the
purchase either in its sovereign or contractual capacity, wards or revolutions,
fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.
34.3. If a force Majeure situation arises, the supplier shall promptly notify the
purchaser in writing of such conditions and the cause thereof. Unless
otherwise directed by the purchaser in writing, the supplier shall continue to
perform its obligations under the contract as far as it reasonably particle, and
shall seek all reasonable alternative means for performance not prevented by
the Force Majeure.
35. PUBLICITY
Any publicity by the Supplier / Manufacturer in which the name of the Purchaser and/or
Indenter is to be used should be done only with the explicit written permission of the
Purchaser.
36. USE OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
36.1. The supplier shall not, without the purchaser’s prior written consent, disclose
the contract, or any provision thereof, or any specification, plan, drawing,
pattern, sample or information furnished by or on behalf of the purchaser in
connection therewith, to any person other than a person employed by the
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supplier in performance of the contract. Disclosure to any such employed
person shall be made in confidence and shall extend only so far as may be
necessary for purposes of such performance.
36.2. The supplier shall not, without the purchaser’s prior written consent, make
use of any document or information except for purposes of performing the
contract.
36.3. Any document, other than the contract itself, shall remain the property of
the purchaser and shall be returned (in all copies) to the purchaser on
completion of the supplier’s performance under the contract if so required by
the purchaser.
37. BINDING CLAUSE
All decisions taken by the purchaser regarding the processing of this tender and award of
contract shall be final and binding on all parties concerned.
38. APPLICATION
These conditions shall apply to the extent that provisions in other parts of the contract do
not supersede them.
39. GOVERNING LANGUAGE
The contract shall be written in English language. All correspondence and other documents
pertaining to the contract that are exchanged by the parties shall be written in the same
language.
40. APPLICABLE LAW
The contract shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Union of India.
41. NOTICES
41.1. Any notice given by one party to the other pursuant to this contract shall be
sent to other party in writing by facsimile and confirmed by original copy by
post to the other party’s address specified below.
41.2. A notice shall be effective when delivered or on date from which the notice is
to come into effect, whichever is later.
41.3. For the purpose of all notices, the following shall be the address of the
Purchaser and Supplier.
Purchaser:
Supplier:
Government of Maharashtra
The Director & Member Secretary SETU
Dept of Information Technology
Government of Maharashtra
19th floor, New Administrative Building,
Mumbai 400 032
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42. INTERPRETATION OF THE CLAUSES CONTRACT DOCUMENT
In case of any ambiguity in the interpretation of any of the clauses in Tender Document or
the Contract Document, interpretation of the clauses by purchaser shall be final and binding
on all parties.
43. JURISDICTION
In case of any dispute the judicial jurisdiction will be Mumbai only.
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