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Frontal Communication has been selected to participate in the Cisco ATP - Data Center Unified Computing program


Sep 3, 2009

Frontal Communication has been selected to participate in the Cisco ATP - Data Center Unified Computing program.

Participation in Cisco ATP - Data Center Unified Computing program is by Cisco nomination only and requires the achievement of defined program criteria. In South-Eastern Europe this invitation was launched to 3-4 partners, Frontal Communication being one of them. Only the partners that will fulfill Cisco ATP program criteria in a certain period of time (6 months) could receive the designation as Cisco ATP - Data Center Unified Computing partner.

The Cisco Unified Computing System is a single energy-efficient system that can reduce the costs and complexity of information technology (IT) infrastructure, help extend capital assets, and improve business agility well into the future.

The Cisco Unified Computing System uses integrated management and combines a "wire once" unified fabric with an industry-standard computing platform to optimize virtualization, reduce the data center’s total overall cost, and provide dynamic resource provisioning for businesses that are becoming increasingly collaborative, mobile and distributed.

To qualify as a Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Authorized Technology Provider, Frontal Communication had to meet a number of requirements. These included achieving the Cisco Data Center Networking Infrastructure Specialization (already achieved in August 2009) and the Cisco Data Center Storage Networking Specialization as well as demonstrating mature competencies in server, storage and virtualization technologies.

Cisco’s Authorized Technology Provider Program is part of a comprehensive go-to-market strategy for emerging and advanced technologies. The program helps Cisco to define the knowledge, skills and services that channel partners need to sell, deploy and support these technologies.

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