Four More Aerohive Employees Get CWNE Certified
CWNP, founded in 1999, is the IT industry standard for vendor-neutral enterprise Wi-Fi certification and training. IT professionals in over 150 countries have pursued the foundation level vendor neutral 802.11 certification of Certified Wireless Networking Administrator (CWNA).
Because the CWNP program is vender neutral, most of Aerohive’s competitors require their system engineers and other technical staff to be CWNAs. Aerohive leads the way with certified CWNA employees!
Certified Wireless Networking Expert (CWNE) is the top-level certification offered by the CWNP program. To become a CWNE, a WLAN professional must pass four very hard exams about 802.11 wireless networking administration, security, analysis, and design.
But keep in mind, passing four tests is only the beginning. All CWNE applicants must establish many years of WLAN experience, meticulously document involvement with numerous WLAN projects and seek endorsements from respected WLAN industry professionals. The CWNP Board of Advisors must approve all CWNE applications.
As of today, just over 200 individuals are card-carrying CWNEs, 14 of which are at Aerohive. The latest new CWNE certified bees certified are:
Nathaniel Moore, Sr. Inside Systems Engineer, CWNE #222
Aren Gates, Technical Marketing Engineer/Trainer, CWNE #220
Jesse Dewath, Senior Technical Architect, CWNE #209
What makes this accomplishment even more outstanding is that all of these gentlemen have achieved CWNE status so early in their respective Wi-Fi careers. Nathaniel works out of the UK office, Matthew is based out of Tennessee, and both Aren and Jesse work from Aerohive headquarters.