Roseville, CA July 5, 2017 – Quest Technology Management [How can we help?®], announced today that it has achieved the Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization from Cisco. This specialization recognizes Quest as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, design, and deploy comprehensive Cisco® Data Center solutions.
The specialization provides role-based training in three essential areas:
- Unified Fabric for optimizing data and storage needs;
- Unified Computing for streamlining data center resources and uniting network, computational, storage, and virtualization platforms; and
- Unified Network Services for advancing the way application delivery and security services are provided in the data center network and/or computing environment.
“By once again fulfilling the training requirements necessary for achieving Cisco’s Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization,” said Quest President and CEO Tim Burke, “we continue Quest’s commitment to ensuring that our data center professionals maintain the deep technical skills so important to delivering the cutting-edge capabilities our clients need.”
“This commitment to technical excellence,” Burke added, “powers our ability to so effectively assess our clients’ goals, determine their requirements, and then provide the tailored cloud, managed, on-premises, and hybrid technology services that keep them in business.”
The Cisco Channel Partner Program provides partners like Quest with the training required to build sales, design, and technical talent and then validates their skills through a third-party audit.
About Quest Technology Management
A worldwide leader in technology management, Quest offers a portfolio of professional, cloud, managed, and on-premises services as well as co-location. In addition to the Quest Cloud Platform™, which delivers hyperscale public cloud capabilities, Quest operates a global network of secure Service Delivery Centers that provide hybrid cloud/managed services/on-site configurations focused on security, disaster recovery, business continuity, data backup and replication, desktops as a service, and infrastructure as a service.
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