Cisco offers five levels of network certification: Entry (CCENT), Associate (CCNA), Professional (CCNP), Expert (CCIE) and Architect.
The CCENT certification serves as starting points for individuals interested in starting a career as a networking professional.
The Associate level of Cisco Certifications can begin directly with CCNA for network installation, operations and troubleshooting or CCDA for network design. Think of the Associate Level as the foundation level of networking certification.
The Professional level (CCNP) is an advanced level of certification that shows more expertise with networking skills. Each certification covers a different technology to meet the needs of varying job roles.
The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification is accepted worldwide as the most prestigious networking certification in the industry.
Cisco Certified Architect is the highest level of accreditation achievable and recognizes the architectural expertise of network designers who can support the increasingly complex networks of global organizations and effectively translate business strategies into evolutionary technical strategies.
|Collaboration||CCNA Collaboration||CCNP Collaboration||CCIE Collaboration|
|Data Center||CCNA Data Center||CCNP Data Center||CCIE Data Center|
|Routing & Switching||CCENT||CCNA Routing & Switching||CCNP Routing & Switching||CCIE Routing & Switching|
|Security||CCENT||CCNA Security||CCNP Security||CCIE Security|
|Service Provider||CCNA Service Provider||CCNP Service Provider||CCIE Service Provider|
|Voice||CCENT||CCNA Voice||CCNP Voice|
|Wireless||CCENT||CCNA Wireless||CCNP Wireless||CCIE Wireless|
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