Oct 24, 2011 - NetCraftsmen Achieves Cisco Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialization
Chesapeake NetCraftsmen is pleased to announce that we have achieved the Cisco Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialization. This specialization recognizes Chesapeake NetCraftsmen as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, design and deploy comprehensive Cisco Borderless Network Architecture solutions.
The Cisco Borderless Network Architecture allows organizations to connect anyone, anywhere, anytime, and on any device - securely, reliably, and seamlessly. It is built on an infrastructure of scalable and resilient hardware and software supporting routing, switching, security, wireless, and WAN optimization. The Advanced Borderless Network Architecture specialization includes role-based training that directly helps our customers by allowing us to apply end-to-end solutions and technologies integrating multiple Cisco portfolios including routing, switching, security, mobility, and WAN optimization to meet immediate business needs as well as support strategic business transformation processes.
"I am delighted for this recognition of our skills and training that are required to help customers analyze business requirements and optimize connectivity througout their organizations using the Cisco Borderless Network Architecture. NetCraftsmen is truly pleased to achieve the Cisco Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialization.
I congratulate our entire Borderless team, and especially David Armentrout, Ron Trunk, Eric Stuhl, and Joshua Lauer for their roles in helping us to achieve this specialization." said David Yarashus, President of Chesapeake NetCraftsmen.
NetCraftsmen is pleased be one of the first Cisco Channel Partners in the United States to attain all three architectural specializations:
- Cisco Advanced Collaboration Architecture Specialization
- Cisco Advanced Data Center Architecture Specialization
- Cisco Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialization