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Logica Australia attains Cisco gold certification

Logica Australia attains Cisco gold certification

Company to offer larger portfolio of specialised services in networking and datacentre solutions

IT and business services provider, Logica Australia, has attained Cisco gold certification in Australia.

The company will now offer a larger portfolio of specialised services in networking and datacentre solutions aimed at the energy and utilities, government, transport and mining sectors.

The strategic relationship has been expanded to offer clients an integrated approach on BYO devices and desktop virtualisation solutions, along with datacentre optimisation, security and core networking solutions.

Logica is also working with Cisco on asset management, mobility and managed services solutions.

Logica Asia-Pacific CEO, Colin Holgate, said, “With the advent of cloud-based technologies and the explosion of complex, smart communication infrastructure within our clients’ IT systems, it is crucial that we can deliver solutions that leverage the latest advances in technology.”

Logica is also certified in the following Cisco specialisations: Advanced Data Centre Architecture, Advanced Security, Advanced Unified Communications, Advanced Data Centre Storage Networking, Advanced Wireless LAN, Advanced Data Centre Networking Infrastructure and Advanced Routing & Switching and Substation Automation Advanced Technology specialisation.

According to the company, this expands the strategic agreement to deliver end-to-end networking solutions for energy and utilities organisations.

“Communications infrastructure will play a critical role in how energy, water and gas are delivered to consumers by wholesalers and distributors. The partnership will extend the opportunities as companies strive for greater sustainability and customer satisfaction,” Holgate said.


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