The CWNP™ Program is the industry standard for vendor-neutral wireless LAN training and wireless LAN certification. The CWNP certification series focuses solely on wireless LAN knowledge from beginner to expert to make sure you have the necessary skills to properly implement and maintain wireless LANs. The people that create the study materials and exams are senior level engineers that hold the industry's most esteemed certifications.
Certifications within the Networking Engineering and Design career path show expertise for design professionals who work with traditional Cisco technology-based networks where LAN and WAN routers and LAN switches predominate. This area includes: network design, configuration, and installation; configuration techniques that increase bandwidth, improve response times, and enhance reliability and quality of service (QoS); configuration techniques that maximize performance and improve network security; global intranet design and configuration; and application-oriented solutions. The CCDP certification indicates advanced or journeyman knowledge of network design. With a CCDP, a network professional can design routed and switched networks involving LAN, WAN, and dial access services, applying modular design practices and making sure the whole solution responds optimally to the business and technical needs and is designed to be highly available.
The CCNP certification (Cisco Certified Network Professional) indicates advanced or journeyman knowledge of networks. With a CCNP, a network professional can install, configure, and troubleshoot large local and wide area networks for enterprise organizations. The content emphasizes topics such as security, converged networks, quality of service (QoS), virtual private networks (VPN) and broadband technologies.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading not-for-profit project management professional association, with over 100,000 members worldwide. PMI provides project managers a wealth of tools, resources and assistance in furthering the science of Project Management and to help make the Project Manager and their project successful. AMI has been a member of PMI since 1995 and continues to utilize its methodologies from the PMBOK guide and monthly periodicals.
The Certified Network Expert (CNX) exam was originally released in 1992 and became a recognized standard in the protocol analysis industry. In 1992 Network General Corporation, parent of Sniffer® University, initiated and sponsored the original CNX Certification exams. As the result of open meetings held at Networld and Comnet that year, the founding members of the CNX Consortium came together to promote CNX certification. These companies included Network General (Sniffer University), Hewlett Packard, and Wandel & Goltermann. Over the next few years there were varying degrees of interest from other vendors and the consortium saw involvement from Cisco and the IBM TSS division. AG Group, Microtest, and Optimized Engineering Corporation also joined the CNX Consortium during this time. Tthe CNX Program has now been grandfathered into Sniffer University's Sniffered Certified Expert program. Sniffer Technologies and Sniffer University continues to honor CNX certified professionals.
What are the benefits of this certification? Becoming a Pine Mountain Group Certified NetAnalyst is moving beyond the crowd. The required examination series is a challenge that tests hands-on knowledge of standards-based cross-technology network analysis theory and diagnostic principles. This is a broad range of expertise that product specific, installation-based certification programs don't demand of you. Achieving Certified NetAnalyst recognition is more than just a demonstration of your ability to operate your equipment. It shows that you can logically dissect a wide variety of "real world" network problems and obtain results that minimize downtime on your network.
Oracle Certified Masters are senior level members of IT departments and are responsible for handling mission critical database systems and applications. AMI applies its knowledge of Oracle based servers and SQL when troubleshooting application or networking issues or performing an application impact analysis that uses an Oracle based solution in the back or front end.
Novell's CNE training gives you a wide variety of network support skills that allow you to keep your company's network running efficiently - with less downtime. As a CNE, you solve advanced company-wide support problems and high-level network problems. You perform planning, installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and upgrade services for networks.
AMI holds many certifications from IBM products and technologies. AMI also uses IBM server technology in its lab. AMI has many years of accumulated IBM technology experience from Legacy OS/2, LAN Support and Token-Ring products. AMI has working relationships with IBM on various projects in the past and continues to work with IBM and its solutions in the future.
The prime objective of this Program is to encourage and accelerate the education on IPv6 and promote thereby swifter adoption of IPv6 in the education curriculum and programs of the universities, research institutes, vendors and training specialists. The IPv6 Education Logo Program is a program intended to increase practical engineering expertise and hands-on knowledge to tackle this large undertaking ahead of us extending thereby user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 will be deployed by qualified engineers.