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Photo gallery: NextDC partners come out to play

03 Dec 15

NextDC's partner channel came out to play at the Hilton Sydney last night, as the company honoured its partners at its inaugural partner awards.

Craig Scroggie, NextDC chief executive, says the company’s partners are a key part of its success, which has included 238.5% growth over the past three years.

NextDC has more than 250 companies in its partner program.

The national awards were open to all NextDC partners under the NextDC Partner Program and aim to highlight the role of partners for the data centre operator.

Telstra, Cloud Plus, BlueCentral, Atos and Optus were among the winners.

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