TIA licenses CNet Training to enhance ICT standards courseware, data center education
CNet Training is an international network infrastructure and data center education provider.
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) says it has licensed CNet Training to develop courseware incorporating 25 TIA standards, including the ANSI/TIA-942, ANSI/TIA 568, and ANSI/TIA 569 series. CNet Training is an international network infrastructure and data center education provider.
The license enables every program in the CNet Training framework to include contemporary references to TIA standards. In addition to being able to include TIA standards in its programs, CNet will also have the right to participate, vote, and have access to working papers of the TIA Engineering Committee, which defines ICT infrastructure systems.
"TIA is excited to join with CNet Training and others in the industry to enhance training related to network infrastructure and data centers," says Stephanie Montgomery, TIA's acting vice president of technology and standards. "TIA has been developing quality technical standards for the network since 1988, and we are dedicated to supporting and improving the network which drives communications around the globe. Engaging with CNet Training will extend our reach and help the broader industry, and we encourage companies to bring their technical work to TIA so that together we can continue advancing the future of the network."
Founded in 1996, CNet Training focuses on data center and network infrastructure training based on its Global Data Centre & Network Infrastructure Education Framework. The company offers training worldwide and is headquartered in Suffolk, UK.
"We are delighted to have this official authorization from TIA and look forward to working with the TIA Engineering committee," comments Andrew Stevens, CNet Training's managing director. "One of CNet Training's primary goals since we began delivering network infrastructure education back in 1996 has been to ensure quality of design and delivery of our programs and to ensure that our clients receive the correct level of technical insight for their job roles. Now working closely with TIA, we feel confident that we can share these standards across our entire education framework, providing even greater insight and added value for our clients and making a bigger impact on the industry itself."