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Bury St Edmunds; CNet Training among the winners at the International Data Centre Awards

16:34 24 June 2014

Andrew Stevens, chief executive and managing director at CNet Training, with the company

Andrew Stevens, chief executive and managing director at CNet Training, with the company's trophy from the International Data Centre Awards.

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West Suffolk-based CNet Training has been named among the winners at a major international awards event.

CNet, which is based at Fornham St Genevieve near Bury St Edmunds and specialises in programmes for the data cabling and data centre sectors, won the award for Best Contribution to Education for the Data Centre Industry at the International Data Centre Awards.

The company delivers training to the data centre industry at locations across the world, on subjects ranging from designing and managing data centres through to complex energy efficiency and audit practices within them.

Andrew Stevens, chief executive and managing director at CNet, said: “The entire CNet Training team are committed to raising the standard of professional education and certification and this award proves that our dedicated approach is recognised and is helping to make a difference.”

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