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Cisco Networking Academy to Host Demonstration of Performance-Management Tools

On Tuesday, Sept. 25, Harry Rundall, senior territory sales manager for Fluke Networks, will bring some of the latest technology in enterprise performance management to Pennsylvania College of Technology students.

The event, hosted by the college’s Cisco Networking Academy from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in BWD, Room 143, will highlight two enterprise-class products, the OptiView Series III Integrated Network Analyzer and the AnalyzeAir Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer, used by IT network professionals to deploy new technologies and applications, manage and validate infrastructure changes, solve network and application performance issues, and secure networks from internal threats.

All interested students in Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology and Information Technology are encouraged to attend. No registration is required.

Penn College is a Cisco Networking Academy that offers classes to prepare students for Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) career certifications. For more information about Cisco certifications or how to schedule for a class, stop by Jeff Weaver’s office (BWD, Room 156), or contact him at 326-3761, ext. 7702, or by e-mail.

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