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Penn College to Host Cisco ‘Network on Wheels’

The Cisco Systems Network on Wheels will visit Pennsylvania College of Technology’s main campus on Thursday, Sept. 7, offering a look at real-world, small- and medium-sized business solutions.

The visit is being sponsored by NEC Unified Solutions Inc. and hosted by Penn College’s Cisco Networking Academy.

The Cisco Systems Network on Wheels is a 25-foot van equipped with the latest Cisco networking technologies. This unique showcase provides hands-on demonstrations of integrated networking solutions that are customizable to varied business sizes and needs.

Onboard, participants can take part in interactive demonstrations of technology solutions, including unified communications solutions, mobility/wireless solutions, network foundation solutions and security solutions.

Six one-hour sessions are available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Seating is limited, and pre-registration is required. The Cisco Systems Network on Wheels will be parked in the east parking lot of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center on College Avenue.

Penn College offers two Cisco Systems associate-degree majors. Each major’s curriculum is complemented by a series of courses and laboratory experiences from the Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program, which help to prepare students for the Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Cisco Certified Network Professional classes are also available for those who are already CCNA-certified.

For more information about the academic programs offered by Penn College, call (570) 327-4520 ore-mail .

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