Quest Achieves Advanced Data Center Networking Infrastructure

September 13, 2010 by  

Hosting ServicesSACRAMENTO, CA – Quest, a technology management firm, today announced that it has been officially renewed as a Cisco Advanced Data Center Networking Infrastructure Partner by the Cisco Channel Specialization Team.

Quest President and CEO, Tim Burke said, “Quest has provided reliable data center services to our customers for ten years. As an experienced provider of cloud and managed services, we recognize the value of supporting our offering by a commitment to the development of our technical staff. Quest’s proven best practices solutions also benefit our clients by reducing their CapEx spend through virtualization and enable them to minimize their carbon footprint.”

The Cisco Advanced DCNI Specialization is designed to help enable partners to address the requirements that enterprise and commercial customers face in deploying a wide range of data center technologies and applications. Cisco Advanced DCNI Specialized Partners are specialists in building end-to-end data center solutions based on the industry-leading Cisco data center networking products, including the Nexus Family of data center switching products, Catalyst® 4900 and 6500 Series Switches, Catalyst Blade switches, Firewall Services Module, Network Analysis Module, Application Control Engine module and appliance, Global Site Selector appliance, and Application Networking Manager.

Cisco will recognize Quest as having achieved this specialization in the Cisco Partner Locator at

About Quest
Since 1982, Quest has been a trusted technology management company delivering successful solutions for our clients from Fortune 50-5000 small and medium-sized clients. Quest is one of North America’s top 500 Value Added Resellers (VARBusiness Magazine 2010) whose core competency is helping businesses select, acquire and manage their technology needs.

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