Logicalis has become Cisco's sixth Global Gold partner after the vendor launched its new highest tier earlier this year.
Cisco added the Global Gold tier to the top of its partner programme in May, allowing partners with certifications in different regions to access the same benefits across all their regions.
The tier came with high demands from Cisco, with each partner needing a total of 12 accreditations across Cisco's global territories, and having to hit services and renewal targets.
Mark Rogers, CEO at Logicalis, said: "We are really happy to see that our investments in our team skills, our solid business processes and our truly integrated operations around the globe are now recognised.
"Most important is that our clients can be further assured of Logicalis' unparalleled expertise and unwavering commitment to keep continuously reinvesting in the technologies and services that support their business."
Logicalis joins the five firms that were announced as Global Gold partners in May: BT, Dimension Data, Ericsson, IBM and Orange Business Services.
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