Xigent renews Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization from Cisco

MINNEAPOLIS –Xigent Solutions, a leading provider of business efficient IT services and solutions, has renewed its Advanced Data Center Architecture (ADCA) specialization from Cisco®. This recognizes Xigent Solutions as having once again fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, design and deploy comprehensive Cisco Data Center solutions.

The ADCA specialization from Cisco provides role-based training in three essential areas: unified fabric for optimizing data and storage needs; unified computing for streamlining data center resources and uniting network, computational, storage and virtualization platforms; and unified network services for advancing the way application delivery and security services are provided in the data center network or computing environment.


“The renewing of the Cisco ADCA specialization demonstrates Xigent Solutions’ ongoing commitment to Cisco as a strategic partner and is a testament to our overall data center architecture design and deployment expertise and our commitment to helping our customers achieve business efficient infrastructures,” said Xigent Solutions Chief Strategist and Vice President of Service Delivery Blake Abdella.


The Cisco Resale Channel Program provides Xigent with the training required to design and sell Cisco Data Center solutions, and then validates their technical talent and skill through a third-party audit.


About Xigent Solutions:

A leading provider of IT infrastructure services and solutions for small to mid-sized organizations in the upper Midwest, Xigent Solutions helps their customers create and manage a Business Efficient Infrastructure (BEI) that delivers both increased service levels and bottom line cost savings. Engaging with their customers on both a strategic and tactical basis enables Xigent Solutions to deliver greater IT and business outcomes. That holistic approach and focus on improving IT and business outcomes is what sets Xigent Solutions apart and allows their clients to focus more on the “I” and less on the “T” of IT.