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First kid on the Vblock

First kid on the Vblock

Westcon Group NZ becomes first distributor with VCE System Architect certification

Westcon became the first distributor in New Zealand with a staff member to achieve the VCE Vblock system architecture course.

Pre-sales consultant Ivan Pecirov is the first certified architect for the 'intelligent converged infrastructure systems' after completing recent training in Singapore, according to a Westcon statement.

VCE is a company established by Cisco, EMC, VMware and Intel to bundle and support a scalable infrastructure system using the vendors' technologies, branded as Vblock Systems, with an integrated management suite.

Westcon states that Pecirov is one of the architects behind the distributor's vCube package, a similar bundling of technologies targeting SMB customers. For further information on Vblock, please go to www.westcongroup.co.nz.


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