CISCO Launches Redesigned CCNA Routing & Switching Certification to Support Next-Generation Job Roles

Cisco recently announced the revamped version of CCNA certification to Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA Routing & Switching) certification. Cisco like always, in an effort to maintain their quality according to the market demands and requirements has launched new revised CCNA certification. This refined version of CCNA is an ideal response to assist networking professionals gain better hands-on knowledge, job specific skills and expertise required to implement and mitigate the requirements of increasingly swift evolving business networks.

Mercury Solutions Limited being one of the leading CISCO Authorized Learning Partners to expand company’s initiative of providing world-class and latest IT Certification training programs, has launched CISCO CCNA Routing & Switching training classes.

The revamped CCNA Routing and Switching certification program demonstrates the ability of IT professionals to install, operate and troubleshoot small, medium and enterprise networks. In this new version participants may achieve CCNA Routing and Switching certification by passing both Exam- 100-101 ICND1 and Exam 200-201 INCD2, or they may opt for the composite Exam 200-120 CCNA. It validates the skills of networking professionals to configure, manage and troubleshoot LAN, WAN and wireless connections.

Mercury Solutions is ready to deliver the best training programs with qualifies Cisco Certified Instructors, official Courseware and proper lab assistance to domestic as well as international participants. The Cisco training courses here is packed with hands-on exercises and labs designed by world-class professionals with real-world Cisco networking experience.

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