Raisecom Technology becomes training provider for the MEF
November 10, 2014 – Raisecom Technology today is excited to announce that Raisecom has successfully completed all requirements of Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) to become an accredited training facility for MEF-CECP 2.0. Raisecom Technology is now officially a MEF Accredited Training Provider (MEF-ATP).
“We are thrilled to join the MEF training community. At Raisecom, we believe education is the key to success. Through our Raisecom University program we have trained more than 1000 students on new technologies and equipment. MEF-CECP Training Course will be a very valuable addition to our university curriculum. We feel privileged to have MEF recognizing our program as an official channel to obtain a distinguished certification”, said Andres Madero – Sr. Director of Engineering at Raisecom.
Benefits of MEF-CECP certification for corporations are gaining the necessary technical knowledge and skills to seamlessly enter the Carrier Ethernet Community. In addition, corporations are able to gain increased productivity by enabling employees to use well-defined MEF terminology to accurately describe and position their companies’ services and equipment. Furthmore, corporation can reduce product development time and eliminate errors in translating required features specifications by having certified MEF-CECP 2.0 employees.
“We in the MEF Certification Committee are very pleased to have Raisecom become our seventh MEF Accredited Training Provider, especially in light of their presence in the important Carrier Ethernet markets of Central and Latin America,” said Eric Puetz, Director – Standards and Industry Alliances and MEF Certification Committee Co-chair and Board Member. “Raisecom’s welcome entry into the program is yet another indication of the importance of the MEF-CECP certification to the industry as we draw close to having 3,000 MEF Certified Professionals worldwide.”
About the MEF
Building on thirteen years of success and widespread adoption of CE 2.0, MEF is now focused on defining Lifecycle Service Orchestration with APIs for existing network, NFV and SDN implementations enabling Agile, Assured and Orchestrated Network as a Service.
For more information about the MEF – including details about services, network equipment, and professional certification – please visit www.MetroEthernetForum.org