Extreme teams with TNC

Extreme Networks has appointed The Network Center (TNC) as its training provider for the Middle East, Africa and Subcontinent, driven by the need for high-end network training, and improved business in the region.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  July 5, 2001

Extreme Networks has appointed The Network Center (TNC) as its training provider for the Middle East, Africa and Subcontinent. Extreme’s decision to appoint a training partner in the region was driven by the need for high-end network training, and improved business in the region.

The training will involve two courses dealing with configurations and applications of the Extreme range of switch products. The first course will involve instructor-led activities, lectures and lab exercises, with a focus on product architecture and software. While the second instructor-led course will highlight the concepts and commands for LAN routers, and Layer 3 configuration for IP using static routes, RIP and OSPF.

The courses will begin this month and run through until December, running two or three times a month.

“With the governmental contracts we’ve won in the Middle East recently there is an immediate demand for education at network specialist level, which we fell TNC provides,” explained Emad Makiya, Extreme Networks, country manager, ME.

“We firmly believe in the future of broadband, and as networking technologies evolve, the demand for highly trained networking professionals increases daily,” said Lisa Rutherford, general manager, TNC. “Our role is to train those who deploy and manage Extreme Networks products in every networking environment.”

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