Iron Bow Wins Cisco Federal Partner of the Year Awards

Iron Bow Technologies has won Cisco Systems’ federal partner of the year and civilian services partner of the year awards, the company announced Thursday.

The Chantilly, Va.-based technology firm said it was recognized for its ability to deliver technology for data center and security technology to its federal customers.

Iron Bow is currently a Cisco-gold certified partner, telepresence master partner, managed services advanced channel partner and master unified communications specialized partner.

The company received the managed services certification in January, allowing it to provide Cisco-managed services through a network operations center.

Iron Bow also renewed its certification as a master unified communications specialized partner.

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