Datalink Appoints VP

Datalink announced the promotion of Tom Sylvester to vice president of technical services

June 19, 2007

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CHANHASSEN, Minn. -- Datalink (NASDAQ:DTLK), an independent information storage architect, today announced the promotion of Tom Sylvester to vice president of technical services. Sylvester will oversee Datalink's newly created technical services group unifying field engineering, customer support and information technology. A 10-year veteran of Datalink, Sylvester most recently served as the company's CIO and has held a number of engineering roles ranging from storage architect to director of engineering.

"Tom's proven leadership abilities and experience will help us capitalize on our key differentiator-our technical services resources," said Rob Beyer, head of field operations. "Our customers view and use our technical services resources as an extension of their own team. Under Tom's leadership, we will continue to look for opportunities to deliver greater value to our customers."

By merging similar skill sets, the technical services group will also provide for increased sharing of technical knowledge and serve as a completely integrated engineering and technical resource for internal and external customers.

"We are able to enhance our customers' experience with Datalink by leveraging the knowledge, talent, and experiences of a larger team," said Sylvester. "I look forward to the opportunity to lead a team with a reputation for excellence and working closely with customers to help them meet their business objectives."

Datalink Corp.

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