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Over the next several years, worldwide consumer Internet traffic is expected to increase fivefold, reaching a compound annual growth rate of 36 percent.

I’m no mathematician, but I’m guessing that amounts to a whole lot of traffic. It also means that your service provider customers will need to keep pace to ensure they have enough network capacity to support the accelerated demand.

You can help by taking advantage of the Advanced IP Next-Generation Network (IP NGN) Architecture Specialization. It’s available now to qualified partners.

Leverage this new specialization to help your service provider customers create, enable, and integrate a variety of high-quality video, mobility, and cloud solutions for businesses and consumers alike—all on a single IP-based network.

Want to find out how you can benefit from this architecture specialization, and how it can help you differentiate?

While helping your customers stay on top of network demand is a reward in and of itself, it doesn’t hurt that there are a few perks associated with this specialization. By taking advantage of this specialization, you’ll:

You’ll also have the opportunity to differentiate your practice by combining Cisco’s intelligent IP NGN architecture with the proven routing and switching strength of Cisco video, connected-home, mobile Internet, managed, and cloud services. You’ll be able to:

Want to learn more?
Then be sure to visit the Advanced IP NGN Architecture Specialization website, and register for an upcoming webcast to learn more about the Advanced IP NGN Specialization and the IP NGN products suite. A live Q&A will follow the presentation.

Will you be pursuing this new specialization? As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Share them in the comments below.

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