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College’s Cisco Networking Academy to Host Cisco Systems Network On Wheels


On Thursday, Oct. 11, the Cisco Networking Academy at Penn College will host the Cisco Systems Network On Wheels (NOW), sponsored by NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. The Cisco NOW is a 25-foot van equipped with the latest Cisco networking technologies.

This unique showcase provides hands-on demonstrations of proven integrated networking solutions that are customizable to any business size and needs. Five individual sessions are available that will sharpen your competitive edge, maximize productivity, reduce operation costs, and increase user satisfaction through interactive demonstrations of Unified Communications, Mobility/Wireless, Network Foundation, and Security solutions.

To reserve your seat NOW, go to Cisco’s “Seminars and Webcasts” page.

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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