Pioneer lands bumper $500m government contract

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Pioneer lands bumper $500m government contract

White-box manufacturer Pioneer Computers Australia has signed up the $500 million ITS2007 NSW whole of government panel contract.

The panel contract includes the supply of rugged computers and notebook, tablet PCs and UMPCs. The firm has been a NSW government supplier under ITS 2000 since year 2000.

Jeff Li, managing director of Pioneer, said: “Under the new ITS2007 contract, the government has narrowed down to only a handful of vendors. We are glad that we made it.”

Pioneer has been supplying its own brand of build to order computers (DreamVision), notebooks (DreamBook) and servers (DreamMicro) since 1996. In recent years, rugged computers and notebook, tablet PCs, UMPCs and industrial computers have been added to the product line. Now there are more than 20 models PCs and notebooks ready for the ITS2007 contract.

“Ruggedised computer and notebooks, tablet PCs, UMPCs and industrial computers are not your everyday computers. They are for particular market segments with precise requirements for specific purposes. We are working with government, corporate and consultants on projects to roll out these machines as part of a solution,” added Li.
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