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World Wide Technology India Named Cisco Gold Partner

Achievement is WWT India’s first from Cisco, attests to longstanding partner relationships and continued commitment to innovation

World Wide Technology Receives Cisco’s Americas Partner of the Year and Technology Excellence: Enterprise Networking & Cloud Global Awards at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020

WWT celebrates success with Cisco; also honored with global partner awards, plus accolades in enterprise networking, cloud and public sector solutions

UK Black History Month: WWT joins Minority Supplier Development UK to improve supply chain diversity and inclusion

WWT firmly believes that supplier diversity enriches the ecosystem as a whole, and presents greater opportunities for businesses to achieve long-term growth and sustainability.

World Wide Technology Achieves Cisco Advanced DevNet Specialization for Partners

WWT is first to receive Cisco’s highest DevNet Specialization for partners, recognizing software and automation capabilities

World Wide Technology is named NetApp Americas Partner of the Year 2020

World Wide Technology and Fornetix Selected to Develop IoT Security Solution for Defense Information Systems Agency

World Wide Technology Selects Rubrik Cloud Management Platform to Protect its Critical Infrastructure

“When Rubrik was selected to protect this core asset, it affirmed our forward thinking vision for cloud data management.”

WWT Named Partner of the Year for Deep Learning AI by NVIDIA

WWT has been selected by the NVIDIA Partner Network as the 2019 Deep Learning AI Partner of the Year for the Americas. This is the third year that WWT has been honored in this category.

World Wide Technology Honored as Recipient of 2020 Dell Technologies Federal Titanium Black Partner

Company recognized for helping to advance the government’s digital transformation efforts

World Wide Technology Launches $1 Million Matching Global Community Impact Program

New fundraising campaign supports families affected by COVID-19 and vaccine research and development