Certified Wireless Network Professional (CWNP) recently announced the addition of two new professional-level wireless certifications to their line up of credentials. The new certifications offer IT pros the opportunity to distinguish themselves as experts in the ever-growing field of wireless technologies.
Brief descriptions from CWNP:
The new CWDP certification will ensure that network engineers understand how to properly design 802.11 networks for a variety of applications in many different deployment environments. Because today’s Wi-Fi networks provide far more than portable Internet access, Wi-Fi engineers must be able to design networks for challenging mission-critical applications, regardless of the infrastructure and client vendor or the deployment environment.
The CWAP certification is coming out of retirement. The CWAP certification was first launched in 2004 to lackluster success, mainly because the industry was not ready for the depth of analysis and troubleshooting that was required to earn CWAP. The CWAP certification will be reintroduced in late 2010, with updated content for 802.11n, WMM/QoS, and 802.11r/k, as well as a renewed focus on helping engineers troubleshoot and solve common real-world problems.
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