Data#3 Secures Dell Technologies Cloud Platform Certification for ANZ


Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, has been named the first Australia-New Zealand partner to attain the Dell Technologies Cloud Platform (DTCP) Certification.

Available only to Dell Technologies’ Titanium Partners, the certification represents significant achievement and numerous accreditations amongst the specialised Data#3 team, gained through verified training across a range of Dell Technologies certification requirements. 

DTCP certification holders are accredited to implement and manage cloud and hyper-converged solutions offering across the Dell Technologies portfolio and cloud solutions offering, providing customers with the ability to accelerate cloud transformations through powerful, flexible, and secure foundations for business agility. 

A global Dell Technologies initiative, the certification recognises the most qualified cloud partners globally, and is evidence of the Data#3 capability to deliver transformational and powerful cloud solutions. Through attainment of the accreditation, Data#3 has extended its significant cloud expertise and offering to the Australian market.

“We’re pleased to represent the first ANZ partner to receive this certification from Dell Technologies,” said John Tan, Data#3 General Manager for Infrastructure Solutions. “In line with our recent Transformational Partner of the Year award, this certification represents yet another step in our strong relationship with Dell Technologies, and our cloud specialisation for our customers.”

“These awards are an achievement for the Data#3 business, and further strengthen our customer offering,” said Laurence Baynham, Data#3 chief executive and managing director. “We look forward to our continued relationship with Dell Technologies, and our partnership in the delivery of dynamic and innovative solutions.”

In August 2020, Data#3 was announced the Dell Technologies Transformational Partner of the Year for the APJ region, as well as the ANZ 2019-2020 Server Partner of the Year. These awards followed Data#3’s 2018 and 2019 recognitions as Dell Technologies ANZ Solution Provider of the Year and a global President’s Circle Award.

In partnership since 2012 and spanning network, data centre, workplace and cloud, Data#3 and Dell Technologies help customers maximise IT by combining skilled resources with robust and secure technologies from across the entire Dell Technologies portfolio. 

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