Millgate has seen server sales top £500,000 and claims it is linked to firms looking to enhance security ahead of the forthcoming GDPR regulations.
The Sheffield-based VAR said it has seen a rise in sales to 645 Dell PowerEdge server units.
Last week strong server sales boosted Dell Technologies' Q3 results, with the vendor's server and networking revenue jumping 32 per cent.
Chris Calvert, managing director of Millgate, said: "Our sales over the past 12 months for this particular server range [645 Dell PowerEdge] have been at an all-time high, reaching a revenue of more than £500,000.
"This reflects national sales as PowerEdge is currently ranked number one in servers by unit sales, with features including easy infrastructure management while lowering businesses' operating costs," he said.
"The range features up to 90 per cent easier issue resolution as well as intelligent automation. However, it also has integrated security which protects businesses and their customers with a deep layer of defence built into the hardware and firmware of every server.
"It's likely that this enhanced level of security is its main selling point because the arrival of GDPR is set to make data protection a more prominent issue than ever.
"As a result, it will be a priority on every business' agenda between now and the GDPR compliance deadline and we expect to see customer enquiries to continue to rise as a result."
Companies have until May 2018 to review their data protection policies and ensure they are proactive and compliant with cybersecurity before GDPR becomes legislation.
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