Nortel Networks Completes Its Suite

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Nortel Networks has released its latest security certification, Nortel Networks Certified Support Expert (NNCSE) in Contivity Security. With the NNCSE certification, Nortel Networks now has a full suite of security certifications, involving both pre-sales (Design) and post-sales (Support) roles.

Nortel Network security certifications include:

 


Specialist certifications
:

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Design Specialist (NNCDS) – Alteon

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Design Specialist (NNCDS) – Contivity VPN Switch

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Support Specialist (NNCSS) – Alteon

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Support Specialist (NNCSS) – Contivity VPN Switch

 

Expert certifications:

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Design Expert (NNCDE) – Alteon Security

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Design Expert (NNCDE) – Contivity Security

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Support Expert (NNCSE) – Alteon Security

 

·          Nortel Networks Certified Support Expert (NNCSE) – Contivity Security

 

The newest security certification, NNCSE – Contivity Security, is designed to optimize customer networks using Nortel Networks solutions and is for the mid-level to senior-level support technician, with six to 12 months of related work experience. All of Nortel’s security certifications require the successful completion of one exam. The NNCSE certification requires that you have completed the Contivity Security (#920-449) exam and have the Nortel Networks Certified Support Specialist (NNCSS) certification. 

 

Candidates for certifications should demonstrate an increased level and range of product expertise demonstrated in a lab environment to maintain a live system which include problem identification, provisioning, upgrades, commissioning/Initial configuration, operations, administration, maintenance and troubleshooting.

 

According to Nortel Networks, engineers certified by Nortel Networks will be able to deliver secure access to Web sites and networks with integrated voice and data security functionality and management capabilities, scalability and ease-of-provisioning.

 

Nortel Network Certification web-based exams are $49 (U.S.), and their proctored exams begin at $149 (U.S.).

 

For more information about Nortel Networks Certified Support Expert (NNCSE) in Contivity Security, visit www.nortelnetworks.com/certification.

 

Tanisha Blakely is editor of electronic media for Certification Magazine. She can be reached at

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