CCIE Voice Evolves to CCIE Collaboration

Posted: August 23, 2013 in Training
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During this 10th anniversary year of the CCIE Voice certification, Cisco is pleased to announce the next generation of Expert-level IT skills training and assessment for telecom, unified communications, and video staff. CCIE Voice is evolving to become CCIE Collaboration, reflecting advances in networked collaboration solutions beyond simple audio phone calls. The new CCIE Collaboration certification will expand to include Cisco’s leading solutions for voice, video, IM, presence, and call centers. The CCIE Voice certification will be retired as of February 14, 2014.

Collaboration is unique in its potential to affect every workplace employee, business partner, and customer. No longer just a voice call or IM session, workplace collaboration now happens in real time within a variety of integrated applications.

A candidate can use either the CCIE Voice or CCIE Collaboration written exam as part of a CCIE Collaboration certification. If a candidate passes either the CCIE Voice written exam or the CCIE Collaboration written exam, combined with the CCIE Collaboration lab exam, they will attain a CCIE Collaboration certification.

CCIE Voice

The last day to take the CCIE Voice Written exam is November 20, 2013.
The last day to take the CCIE Voice Lab exam is February 13, 2014.

CCIE Collaboration

The CCIE Collaboration Written exam availability begins November 21, 2013.
The CCIE Collaboration Lab exam availability begins February 14, 2014.

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Comments
  1. ciscohite says:

    Hey, thanks for the news buddy.. We actually run some free practice exam simulators for Cisco & few other certs at http://www.ebrahma.com/practice-exam/ now we will have to update it from CCIE Voice to CCIE Collaboration.

    Thanks again for the update

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