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ASR 9000 Family earns IPv6 Certifications!

February 26, 2013 at 8:49 am PST

The Global Certification Team is proud to announce that the Cisco Aggregate Services Routers (ASR) 9000 series have completed USGv6 Certification on software version 4.2.1 or later, with USGv6 SMU.  The details of the certification can be found at https://www.iol.unh.edu/services/testing/ipv6/usgv6tested.php?company=7&type=Router.

The Cisco ASR 9000 system incorporates innovative technologies such as Cisco Network Virtualization (nV) technology, which intelligently blends the edge, aggregation, and access points to simplify operation and accelerate IPv6 services. Two new nV enabled platforms provide additional flexibility and support to optimize service delivery.  More information can be found at Cisco.com

Get up to the minute updates on Cisco product certifications from the official GCT twitter, @CiscoCertTeam!

 

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Skills for Next Generation Video-over-IP Solutions

Internet video traffic is growing at an unprecedented pace according to the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index. Globally, Internet video traffic will be 55 percent of all consumer Internet traffic in 2016, up from 51 percent in 2011. The sum of all forms of video (TV, video on demand [VoD], Internet and P2P) will be approximately 86 percent of global consumer traffic by 2016.

To meet the increasing demands of high-quality video traffic over the network, Cisco today announced two new certifications (CCNA Video and Cisco Video Network Specialist) designed to allow traditional analog audiovisual (Pro A/V) specialists, as well as other networking professionals, to extend their skills to meet the growing demand for networked video job roles.

Check out this short video about how Cisco’s training and certifications expand career opportunities and support the evolution of video solutions.

Learn more: http://newsroom.cisco.com/release/1129499

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The Role of Common Criteria in Cyber Security

Today more than ever, networks are transforming the way organizations operate and are touching more people through a wider range of devices than ever before. Achieving a secure infrastructure is increasingly complex with today’s mobility, collaboration and cloud services added to the mix. These new capabilities offer much operational efficiency and reduce costs, but they also introduce additional risk to the network.  Read More »

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Cisco Leading the Way in IPv6 Certifications

Cisco Leading the Way in IPv6 Certifications

 IPv6 has reached an important milestone.  Governments around the world are implementing mandates for the acquisition and deployment of IPv6 capable products. Industry wide, both enterprise and service providers are also gearing up to provide IPv6 capabilities in their networks. The momentum has been captured in the form of World IPv6 Launch day on June 6th.

Cisco is an industry thought leader in IPv6 and has addressed IPv6 implementation in its products to meet the requirements of government, industry and consumers. The majority of Cisco’s core products have been supporting IPv6 for well over a decade.  The acceleration of IPv6 adoption has increased in the last few years, with a corporate wide focus on implementing IPv6 across Cisco’s product lines. Cisco understands and appreciates the leadership government has taken in the adoption of IPv6 and has invested heavily in partnering with various government agencies to enable this vision.

Specifically in the government certifications arena, Cisco has been long involved in the National Institute of Standards and Technologies, or NIST’s, USGv6 program. When the US Government mandated the purchase of IPv6-certified products, Cisco was the first company to embrace this direction. We are working directly with NIST and the Department of Defense, as well as standards bodies to meet the government requirements. Cisco is at the forefront of enabling our government customers to implement IPv6 as is evidenced by the number of products we’ve taken through the USGv6 certification testing. Cisco was the first company to have a router, a switch and a firewall certified through USGv6. Read More »

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Advanced IT Skills Delivered by Cisco and EMC

Explosive data growth and new transformational technologies such as cloud computing, converged infrastructure, unified networking and big data are changing the way organizations are running their businesses today. These new technologies affect IT systems and infrastructures, as well as the practitioners that design, install, operate and manage them. New skills and knowledge are needed for organizations to maximize the benefits of these new technologies.

To prepare the next generation of workers, Cisco is joining forces with EMC to offer comprehensive technical education solutions in the areas of cloud architecture, virtualization, storage, data center networking and data science. Watch below as Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn, vice president and general manager, Learning@Cisco and Tom Clancy, vice president, EMC Education Services discuss the joint education offerings available.

The joint education solutions offer advanced training and certifications to help customers acquire the skills required to successfully architect, build and transform their IT infrastructure, adopt cloud computing and realize the promise of data science and Big Data analytics.

Be sure to visit www.ciscolearningnetwork.com and http://education.emc.com for more information!

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