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Dimension Data Wins Cisco Data Centre Partner of the Year at Cisco Australia and New Zealand Business Partner Conference

Dimension Data announced today that it is the recipient of a Cisco Australia and New Zealand Business Partner Conference award for Data Centre Partner of the Year.
  • 18 November, 2009 15:30

<p>Dimension Data announced today that it is the recipient of a Cisco Australia and New Zealand Business Partner Conference award for Data Centre Partner of the Year. Cisco unveiled the winners on November 17, 2009 at its business partner conference in Sydney, Australia.</p>
<p>The objective of the National Awards is to recognise exemplary business partners whose actions Cisco would like other partners to model. Nominations include: innovative practices, architecture-led approach successes, business differentiation and sales approaches. All winners are selected by a group of Cisco Australia and New Zealand Partner and Country executives.</p>
<p>"I have the honour and privilege of recognising Dimension Data as a Cisco Australia and New Zealand Business Partner Conference country award winner that leads customers to their next phase of productivity and growth," said Michael Lehmann, director of Business Partner Operations for Cisco Australia and New Zealand. “The Data Centre Partner of the Year award recognises Dimension Data’s performance and accomplishments as a Cisco business partner in 2008.”</p>
<p>“The award is a vindication of the investment we have made in developing our capabilities and client-facing solutions in the data centre space, especially with regards to the Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition with partners Cisco, EMC and VMware. We also recognised very early on the impact that the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) would have on the data centre, and we are starting to see reward for our efforts, with significant client interest in adopting this technology,” said George Atrash, General Manager for Connectivity, Dimension Data.</p>
<p>Earlier this year at the Cisco Global Partner Summit in Boston, Dimension Data Australia was also recognised as the Data Centre Partner of the Year for the Asia-Pacific region.</p>
<p>Cisco Australia and New Zealand Business Partner Conference awards reflect a partner’s performance in driving differentiation in its business and extending its capabilities to accelerate customer business transformation in 2008.</p>
<p>About Dimension Data</p>
<p>Dimension Data plc (LSE:DDT), a specialist IT services and solution provider, helps clients plan, build, support and manage their IT infrastructures. Dimension Data applies its expertise in networking, converged communications, security, data centre and storage, Microsoft and contact centre technologies, and its unique skills in consulting, integration and managed services to create customised client solutions.</p>
<p>Cisco, the Cisco logo, and Cisco Systems are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.</p>
<p>For further information:</p>
<p>Helen Han</p>
<p>Dimension Data</p>
<p>Tel: +612 8249 5684</p>

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