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Ruckus training confirmed for Auckland

07 Feb 11

Following a three-day Ruckus Wiseguy training course in Wellington last October, distributor Connector Systems plans to put the show on in Auckland this March.

The programme is designed to distinguish individuals with an understanding of Ruckus technology concepts, design and deployment practices, administration, and troubleshooting.

In five months the training programme has produced 40 trained Ruckus engineers.

Specific dates for the Auckland course, as well as a venue, are still to be announced.

While we wait for specifics, you can find out more about the training programme here.

Speaking to The Channel today, Mark Dasent, GM for the Networking & Wireless group at Connector Systems, said that plans to kit out its Mount Wellington-based office with a training facility are about one month away from completion.

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