The IBM company has awarded us the IBM Business Partner — Solution Provider title in 1998. The partnership with IBM is still being maintained, based on subsequent agreements with the IBM company.
The first certificate for networking devices AdvaCom has obtained from the 3Com company in 1995. It was a 3Com Authorized Networking Partner certificate. During the next years, we have received 3Com Authorized Solution Partner certificates, and since 2001 until the 3Com company was acquired by Hewlett Packard in 2010, we had the highest level certificate of 3Com Gold Partner.
AdvaCom has been working with Hewlett Packard since 1995, within the field of networking devices, among others. Since 2010, the year when the 3Com company was acquired by Hewlett Packard, the cooperation has advanced significantly. AdvaCom was on the 3rd place in Poland in the sale of HP Networking solutions in 2010.
We have obtained our first authorization from Novell in 1994. It was the highest certificate in hierarchy, Novell System House. We have obtained it by multiple deployments of the Novell NetWare network operating system.
It should be noted that a NetWare SFT software-based mirror server system deployed by our company has operated reliably with one of our customers with no changes for about 10 years.
After 2000 we have obtained the titles of Novell System Partner, Novell Business Partner and Novell Silver Partner.
Microsoft has granted us our first authorization in 1993. It was a title of Microsoft Partner. Since the beginning of this century we have been granted the title of Microsoft Certified Partner. Additionally, due to the performance of large deployments based on Microsoft Server Software, we have also received Microsoft Advanced Infrastructure Solution and Microsoft Network Infrastructure Solution authorizations.
In 1992 for the first time we have obtained authorization from SCO, the creator of SCO Unix, SCO UnixWare and SCO Open Server software. We had the title of SCO Authorized Partner for the entire period SCO was present on the IT market.