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Certified Wireless Network Professionals Announce First CWNE

Tue, 02/25/2014 - 4:34pm
Certified Wireless Network Professional

Kevin Zhu is the 134th wireless professional to join the rank of certified wireless network experts, one of the top 10 most difficult designations in the IT industry

Durham, NC, Feb. 24, 2014 – Certified Wireless Network Professional, LLC (CWNP) has announced its first Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) in China, Kevin Zhu, has obtained the most advanced skills available in the current enterprise Wi-Fi market. Zhu is the 134rd person worldwide to hold this prestigious title, which has been recognized as one of the 10 most difficult designations to earn throughout the entire IT industry. He is also the first person to ever hold this prestigious designation in China, allowing for CWNE to enter new international markets. CWNE certification confirms that wireless professionals have mastered skills to design, install, configure, administer and troubleshoot wireless network systems. As a CWNE professional, Zhu is adept at advanced design, protocol analysis, intrusion detection and prevention, performance and quality of service (QoS) analysis, and spectrum analysis and management.

Zhu, who has more than 10 years of training and consultant experience with CWNP, CIW, Aruba and Cisco Instructor qualifications, is the CEO of Cntimes Technology Company. In addition to the CWNE certification, Zhu holds ACDX and ACMX certifications. He has been involved with CWNP for five years, in which time he worked from Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA), the entry level certification for sales professionals, project managers and networkers, all the way to reaching CWNE, the expert level Wi-Fi certification for the most elite Wi-Fi professionals.

For additional information on the CWNE certification, visit www.cwnp.com/certifications/cwne

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