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Data centre expands with new cloud infrastructure partnership

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Westcon-Comstor expanded its data centre practice to include VMware’s portfolio of cloud infrastructure and business mobility solutions in South Africa, to help its solutions providers in southern Africa improve time-to-revenue and accelerate growth opportunities. The agreement supports partners with pre- and post-sales support, technical support, as well as logistics services from 60 offices across six continents. Partners also gain access to Westcon Academy’s range of technical programmes, both certified and non-certified, designed to educate their staff, expand capabilities and keep them ahead of their competition.

Comstor partners are now better positioned to help businesses transition to the cloud and leverage workload mobility securely across multiple data centre sites. VMware’s approach to the data centre gives their customers a “one-cloud, any-application, any-device” architecture that unifies private, managed and public clouds into one hybrid solution.

The Westcon-Comstor Data Centre Practice delivers a portfolio to fit a variety of end users’ data centre needs. The training courses and business development activities empower solution providers in advancing information management.

Contact David Odayar, Westcon, Tel 011 848-9561, david.odayar@westcon.com

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