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Juniper invests in partner training

20 Jan 2011

Juniper Networks is offering a new training and education programme designed to enhance the expertise of its partners in key areas of cloud networking, security, switching, routing and mobility.  The Continuing Education Program is free to Juniper partners and it aimed at sales and system engineers. Datacentre and Switching accreditations are also available as part of the Learning Academy process.  “Specialised training, education and hands-on experience are critical to the success of our partners and clearly differentiate and validate their expertise in the eyes of their customers and prospects,” said Frank Vitagliano, Senior VP of Partners-America at Juniper Networks. “Partner enablement is a top priority at Juniper and an area we will continue to invest in.” 

Additional accreditations around specific technologies such as security and mobility will be introduced at Juniper’s partner conference in April.

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