ANS has laid claim to being Cisco’s top Unified Computing System (UCS) partner after racking up its eighth win with the vendor’s new server technology.
The VAR has scored a deal to supply Bupa Cromwell Hospital with an infrastructure-as-a-service solution.
The on-premise solution will be built using Cisco UCS B Series Chassis and Nexus 5000 switches, NetApp 3000 series storage and VMware Vsphere hypervisor.
ANS held up the victory as evidence that its Infrastructure 3.0 strategy, using technology from Cisco, VMware and NetApp, is gathering steam.
Managing director Paul Sweeney also claimed ANS is leading the pack when it comes to UCS deployments. He said 17 UK partners were accredited to sell the technology.
“It is possible that Logicalis has sold more to single customers but to my knowledge we have the most separate deployments. We are certainly up there,” he said.
Stuart Black, chief business architect at the Cromwell, said: “Since we first engaged with ANS 12 months ago we have been extremely impressed with their approach and quality of service. We are extremely excited about the Infrastructure 3.0 architecture and plan to migrate many of our services onto the infrastructure over the next 12 months.”
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