DiData first to wear worldwide Cisco telepresence badge


DiData first to wear worldwide Cisco telepresence badge

Alex Scroxton

Network and IT services provider Dimension Data has become the first company to be awarded Cisco's TelePresence Video Master Global ATP certification.

According to Cisco, the certification recognises partner understanding of global commerce delivery, global resources, and logistics and support of a Cisco TelePresence Video Global deals desk to drive multinational deployments.

"Dimension Data has made an investment in the sales, technical and services capabilities needed to deliver the industry's most comprehensive and interoperable Cisco TelePresence Video portfolio," said Cisco senior director of collaboration for worldwide channels, Richard McLeod.

"Cisco values the commitment and expertise [they] have demonstrated to drive global customer opportunities," he added.

DiData visual comms solutions director, Shaun Struckmann, said that 92 field and system engineers and project managers at the firm were now certified as Host or Satellite ATP Masters in various video roles.

"With 21 countries equipped and connected to our Global Centre of Excellence in London, [we] have extensive, globally deployed technical and solutions expertise across Cisco architectures," he added.


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