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Juniper routing courses

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HYDERABAD: Juniper Networks Inc has announced that Isilica Networks India, based in Hyderabad, will expand its Juniper training offer later this month with the addition of network security courses.

Isilica Networks is Juniper's first Authorised Education Centre (JNAEC) in India and has offered introductory to intermediate M and T-series routing platform courses since August 2004, including advanced level courses this year. About 80 students have now graduated from the routing courses.

With the additional courses, Juniper NetScreen network security training will now be available in-country to Indian engineers.

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