Stablenet Achieves Dell Preferred Partner Status

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Stablenet Achieves Dell Preferred Partner Status

In the past month, the Stablenet network engineers have undergone extensive training and met all competency requirements to establish Stablenet as a Dell Preferred Partner.

In order to gain certification as a Dell Preferred Partner, four individuals from Stablenet were required to complete comprehensive competency training requirements. In addition to the training, we had to meet hardware and software revenue requirements.

Stablenet completed the training for the Dell Storage specialization while gaining expertise in storage solutions. “With Storage growth at 159% year after year, it’s very important to the vast majority of our clients to maximize both their data storage systems, as well as their IT personnel. We chose to utilize the Dell Storage Competency to expand our experience and expertise with both the Dell EqualLogic and Compellent SANs. With the correct designs, installations and training, our clients can often handle twice the data, without increasing headcount,” ­­states Marc Hill, President of Stablenet.

According to Dell, this training increases the technical knowledge of storage products, allowing IT staff to perform custom storage assessments and provide integration services for their customers. Clients can be assured they are getting the latest, most advanced storage solutions, from the highly-qualified, certified storage engineers at Stablenet.


2016-12-12T11:57:45+00:00May 21st, 2014|Awards, Server Virtualization & Storage|

About the Author:

Marc Hill is the president and founder of Stablenet, an IT services company located in Charlotte, NC. He received his B.A. from NC State University before starting his first company, Tingas Hill Advertising, in 1986. Marc is passionate about the needs and goals of his clients. He specializes in using technologies to help stabilize his client's IT infrastructure, making each company more efficient, stable and productive. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife Dawn and their two dogs, Hoops and Coco. He has two grown children in the medical field. He can be contacted at