Datacom snags global Dell award

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Datacom snags global Dell award

Datacom has been named Dell’s 2019 global alliances technical excellence partner of the year, during the vendor’s Global Partner Summit in Las Vegas.

The award recognises Datacom for a number of achievements, including creating new solutions with Dell all-flash storage, work with Microsoft Azure stack on Dell’s VxRack, and Dell Boomi deployments.

“Dell Technologies and Datacom have established a solid, long-standing partnership to deliver innovative solutions to customers whilst supporting their digital transformation journeys,” Phil Patton, general manager for Dell’s cloud service providers in Asia-Pacific, said.

“We would like to thank Datacom for consistently demonstrating a high level of technical expertise of Dell Technologies’ offerings, and congratulate them on this well-deserved recognition.”

Datacom’s Australia and New Zealand managing director for public sector Mark Muru said the award recognised the work occurring across the trans-Tasman provider’s cloud and professional services teams.

“We have a long-standing and close relationship with Dell Technologies where the solutions we jointly create and continue to evolve are delivering business value to our customers on a daily basis,” he said.

Pictured above: Phil Patton, Dell general manager cloud service providers, APJ; Mark Muru, managing director public sector ANZ for Datacom; Tami Booth, VP for global presales, Dell Technology Global Alliances; and Jay Snyder, senior vice president Dell Global Alliances

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