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NextDC unveils finalists for inaugural awards

16 Nov 15

NextDC has announced the finalists for its inaugural partner awards, with M2 Communications, Tech Mahindra, Blue Central, Telstra and Brennan IT among the nominees.

Tha national awards are open to all NextDC partners under the NextDC Partner Program and aim to highlight the role of partners for the data centre operator.

Craig Scroggie, NextDC chief executive, says the company’s partners are a key part of its success, which has included 238.5% growth over the past three years.

NextDC has more than 250 companies in its partner program.

The award winners will be announced at the NextDC Partner Awards at the Hilton Sydney on December 02.

The finalists for the NextDC Partner Awards are:

Enterprise Partner of the Year

ASG

Blue Central

Optus

Telstra

SMB Partner of the Year

APEXnetworks

Brennan IT

CloudPlus

Comvergence

M2

New Partner of the Year

ASE IT

Atos

M2

Tech Mahindra

Tesserent

As-a-Service Partner of the Year

Blue Central

Connectivity IT

PingCo

Real World

Tech Mahindra

​An award will also be presented for the Carrier Partner of the Year. However, the carrier category has no nominations and is based on NextDC's reporting.

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