Scotland’s leading unified communications specialist Commsworld has been awarded HP Gold Partner status.
The partnership with HP allows the company to provide and manage the converged IP infrastructure that supports voice and unified comms applications, ensuring customers benefit from a single point of expertise and management from the server to the user.
Commsworld CEO Ricky Nicol commented: ‘This is a key step in our evolution as a specialist and a leading provider of converged networks, unified communications and cloud services solutions. HP is the largest IT services company in the world and their products and services complement our own expertise in voice and IP infrastructure.’
Commsworld said its Gold Partner status would allow it to work closely with HP’s Enterprise Storage, Servers and Networking division (ESSN) to ensure that end-to-end solutions based on converged infrastructure technologies are effectively designed, implemented and managed.
Dave Adams, head of inside channel sales at HP’s ESSN division, supported this view. He said: ‘In a virtualised environment it is critical that all elements of the infrastructure are working in optimised harmony with each other; the technology has moved from vertically-focused silos to the need for a horizontal and seamless converged infrastructure from the server to the user.
‘Commsworld’s expertise in virtualisation, unified comms and IP networking lets them bring the whole solution together for their clients. HP in Scotland is excited by Commsworld’s achievement of Gold Partner status as it allows us to work closely with them, locally, to deliver the HP converged infrastructure vision to both commercial and public sector organisations in Scotland.’
Editor: Shujaul Azam