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CNS secures Cisco Silver Certification

Systems integrator Computer Network Systems (CNS) has been certified as a Cisco Silver Partner.

Computer Network Systems, (CNS) has been appointed as a Cisco Silver Certified partner. The systems integrator has been awarded the certification after gaining expertise in a number of specialist technology areas and ensuring its operations and staff met Cisco’s criteria.

“We are proud that CNS has been recognised for meeting international standards, and that the hard work of the team has been rewarded. This reflects our commitment to provide products and services of the highest quality, all through close co-operation among staff, partners and our customers,” said Tony Alam, general manager, of CNS.

In order to fulfil the criteria for Silver Partner Certification, CNS had to complete specialist courses in chosen technology areas, including wireless local area networks and virtual private networks. The company is also looking to expand to new markets in the Middle East.

“CNS has achieved a key milestone in its relationship with Cisco and for its development as an influential player in the future of the Internet in the Gulf,” said Jonathan Saunders. Cisco Systems channel manager for the Middle East. “We value their ongoing campaign to set new quality benchmarks for the deployment of networking solutions and look forward to sharing new successes in the future.”

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