VAR Atlanta Technology has thrown its weight behind the Dell-Compellent merger by becoming one of the hardware giant's Preferred Partners.
The London-based virtualisation VAR emerged as one of Compellent's top-performing partners in 2010. The firm was named as the storage vendor's fastest-growing partner last year, and also established itself as its fourth largest UK reseller.
Following Compellent's merger with Dell last year, the VAR completed both the storage and server certifications tracks within the Dell channel programme to acquire the Preferred Partner accreditation.
Kathy Schneider, European executive director of channel marketing and programmes at Dell, said: "Atlanta Technology's track record speaks for itself, with impressive, proven results as a Compellent reseller.
"We welcome Atlanta Technology to the PartnerDirect programme and look forward to working with them to help grow their Dell business."
Simon Kelson, managing director of Atlanta Technology, added: "This reflects the hard work the team has put into delivering first-class sales, service and support to our clients and to providing future-proofed storage that is scalable and enables clients to achieve a return on their investment."
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