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Gigamon holds APAC Partner Conference – ANZ partners scoop some of the biggest awards

31 Mar 17

​More than 230 participants from across Asia Pacific gathered at the Gigamon Partner Conference held in South Korea.

The channel partner conference was a great success, and according to Gigamon, partners from Australia and New Zealand scooped some of the most coveted awards.

Nick Verykios and Andrew Assad from Arrow were on hand to accept the award for APAC Distributor of the Year for 2016.

Melbourne based Shelde won the 2016 APAC award for Technical Expertise, with Adam Harris from Shelde also going on to win the 2016 GigaGEEK Master award for his personal technology expertise.

And to wrap it up, Dimension Data APAC won the overall 2016 Partner of the year award.

Here are a collection of photos from the event:

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