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ePlus Technology Renews Cisco Partnership

ePlus inc., a provider of technology solutions, today announced today that it has achieved the renewal of its Advanced Data Center Storage Networking Specialization from Cisco. The company claims that this specialization recognizes it as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support comprehensive Cisco data center storage networking solutions, including the Cisco MDS Family of directors and fabric switches.

It explains that the Cisco Advanced Data Center Storage Networking Specialization is designed to help partners - whether small to medium-sized businesses or enterprise-scale organizations - meet a wide range of customer needs. The company further explains that the advanced data center storage networking specialization curriculum focuses on enabling Cisco partners to build cost-effective storage area networks in support of creating better resource management, improved business continuance and data security. It states that these resale channel partners are specialists in building storage solutions based on Cisco data center storage networking products.

"We're pleased to be recognized by Cisco again with the renewal of our Data Center Storage Networking Advanced Specialization,'' said Jerry McIntosh, Vice President of communication/security solutions for ePlus Technology. ''This designation enhances our ability to help customers build highly-available, scalable storage infrastructures that address business continuity and data security initiatives - two critical factors in remaining competitive in today's market.''

''As a Cisco Data Center Storage Networking Specialized Partner, ePlus' investment in the training and equipment required to provide integrated, collaborative and adaptive storage networking solutions ranks them among the industry's most-qualified,'' said John Growdon, Director of marketing for worldwide channels at Cisco.

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