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Motorola training rolls into Auckland

26 Jan 11

The Motorola One Point Wireless Web Tour will take place on February 15th and 16th in Auckland.

Both events aim to provide an overview of the capabilities and benefits of the Motorola PTP, PMP and Mesh products.

The February 15th course will focus on PMP, PTP and Mesh (including Wireless Manager), while the February 16th looks at indoor sales training with WLAN, PBN, AirDefense (ADSP).

Topics to be covered in both courses include product capabilities, opportunities in various segments, benefits, success stories and competitive analysis.

Courses take place at Cliftons, Level 2, 45 Queen Street, Auckland and run from 9.30am to 3pm.

Those interested should email Connector Systems.

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