NetApp has recognized Datalink, a provider of data center infrastructure and services, for its high performance in the healthcare industry.
The company has named Datalink as the Healthcare Partner of the Year at its recent United States Public Sector (USPS) Partner Summit, held in White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia. It was highlighted for its strong revenue generation as a result of the design, deployment, and support of NetApp-based storage and virtual data center infrastructures for healthcare organizations throughout the United States.
"We are naming Datalink the Healthcare Partner of the Year to recognize Datalink's proven leadership in designing agile solutions for both the payer and provider healthcare markets," said David Nesvisky, senior director, NetApp Healthcare, in a statement. "This is the first award presented to a channel partner since the inception of our healthcare practice in 2010.”
Datalink aims to transform the data centers of mid and large-sized healthcare organizations by leveraging converged data center infrastructures such as FlexPod.This ensures in the delivery of greater data center efficiency, scalability, and agility.
Additionally, the business provides its customers with a complete suite of services including analysis, implementation and OneCallSM unified support for virtual data center environments.
Datalink was in the news earlier this month when it unveiled a new suite of cloud enablement services designed to help enterprise and mid-market companies validate how cloud-based infrastructures will impact their businesses prior to investing in full-scale deployments.
Some of Datalink’s cloud enablement services include Datalink on Demand Labs, Datalink Subscription on Demand Labs, Proof of Concept and the Cloud Readiness Assessment.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein