VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ABS Technology Architects announced today that it is the recipient of a Cisco Partner Summit Award for Cisco East Area Borderless Networking Partner of the Year. This marks the third consecutive year the company has won a Cisco Regional award. ABS was the only partner in southern Virginia to win an award at this year's partner summit. Cisco Borderless Networks is a next-generation architecture that connects anyone, anywhere, on any device—securely, reliably, and seamlessly by leveraging solutions that include core switching, wireless technologies, and the entire Cisco family of security products. Cisco unveiled the winners March 1 at its annual channel partner conference in New Orleans.
Hunter Dorroh, Chief Technology Officer at ABS, and Chris Zettervall, Chief Operating Officer, accepted the award on behalf of the company. "We are honored to be recognized again by Cisco," Dorroh said. "This award is the result of the hard work and dedication of our talented employees who successfully deliver and support technology solutions to all of our customers."
Cisco Partner Summit awards are presented at three levels: regional, theater and global. Cisco Partner Summit U.S. and Canada regional awards reflect a partner's performance in a given geographic region of the United States or Canada.
ABS Technology Architects (www.absnt.com) is a Cisco Gold Direct Value Added Reseller (DVAR) headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia that provides both regional and national advanced technology solutions for corporate, educational, and governmental organizations. Founded in 1972, ABS has long been considered one of the top solution partners in the United States with an emphasis on Cisco based advanced technologies including IP Unified Communications, Contact Center, MESH Wireless, Advanced Security, and Data Center Solutions. ABS has achieved the Cisco Channel Customer Satisfaction Excellence rating for nine consecutive years, from 2002 - 2011. The company was named Cisco's Mid-Atlantic Partner of the Year in 2002, Cisco's East Area Partner of the year in 2003 and 2004, Cisco's US National Partner of the Year for Innovation in 2004, Cisco's U.S. East Region State, Local Government and Education (SLED) Partner of the Year in 2009 and Cisco's US & Canada East Regional Partner of the Year Award in 2010.