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Connector offers Ruckus WiSE Guy training

02 Sep 10

The certificate is intended for Wi-Fi network designers, system engineers, and technical support personnel. It enables Ruckus BIG DOG Partners and network administrators to differentiate themselves by proving their proficiency in deploying Ruckus Smart WLANs.

"A big part of our growth strategy and value add for our vendors and the Reseller Channel is to ensure we are training our reseller partners from both a sales and technical perspective," says Mark Dasent, General Manager, Networking and Wireless at Connector Systems.

Connector Systems recently held the first Ruckus Wise Certification training session in Auckland. The three-day technical training course saw over 20 resellers attend with a pass rate of over 80%.

The next Ruckus Wise guy Certification course will be held in Wellington at the Copthorne Hotel on September 27th, 28th and 29th.

You can email the company for further details.

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