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IPLogic Awarded With NetApp Authorized Professional Service Partners Distinction
Date:5/27/2008

One of the first companies in the United States to achieve such a

distinction

ALBANY, N.Y., May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- IPLogic, data center specialists, has been recognized by NetApp, one of the world's leading providers of innovative data management solutions, as the newest member to their Authorized Professional Service Partner Program (APSP), which is the highest level of Storage System Design and Implementation authorization offered by the global company. As a member of the APSP, IPLogic is uniquely positioned to offer unequaled expertise in the country in solving business challenges, while strengthening its role as a trusted advisor for customers. IPLogic can now provide a complete solution set to deliver maximum value for enterprise data centers.

"We are extremely honored to be one of the first companies in the United States that NetApp has awarded membership to their esteemed Authorized Professional Service Partner Program," said Ken Yanneck, president, IPLogic. "Only the best technology solutions providers in the world have been accepted into this program. It is a testament to IPLogic's expertise to be accepted as one of the providers in this group."

The APSP is designed specifically with companies such as IPLogic in mind to provide an industry-leading professional service business proposition with compelling enablement resources focused on increasing the productivity and effectiveness of customer data centers in selected markets.

The Authorized Professional Service Partner Program will allow IPLogic the opportunity to offer value-added services that not only strengthen customer relationships, but also help transform their data centers in new ways that enhance their business.

As part of the program, IPLogic has been given exclusive, secure access to the same solution-based service delivery tools and methodologies used by NetApp Global Services professional service teams. In addition, th
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