Custom-made Training and Seminars
Our consultant can ensure that your staff are up to date with all the latest technologies and skill sets needed to perform their day to day functions.UnisonIP is a leader in network training as well as targeted technology updates:
Hands on IP/MPLS technology training
This course provides an in-depth study of the MPLS technology, including the theory and configuration, network design issues, operations, VPN, traffic engineering and resiliency options.
We will start with an overview of conventional routing and how it compares to MPLS routing.
We will then learn about the underlying concepts, features, functions, benefits, and applications of MPLS. We will also study the label distribution process between LSRs, the loop detection and prevention mechanisms in MPLS, MPLS architecture, MPLS VPN, MPLS QoS, and MPLS traffic engineering and resiliency. We will conclude with an exploration of the future trends related to the MPLS technology.
Hands on vendor specific training
When scoping out an IT training track for a possible job transition or update of your existing certification, you want to be absolutely positive that the training you receive is top-notch.
There's nothing worse than realizing your competition has left you in the dust. With accelerated Cisco and Juniper training, tailored to your specific needs and network envoronment, UnisonIP ensures that your organization maintains its competitive edge.
We can customize any course to your specific needs at little-to-no additional cost. We offer distinct versions tailored for:
- Network design and optimization engineers
- Equipment or application designers
- Specific advanced Topics such as IPTV or Metro Enternet Design
- Less technical audiences such as managers, executives, business planners, sales and marketing specialists, and operations and support personnel
MPLS for enterprises, designed for non-engineers
This training course will give you the solid, vendor-independent foundation knowledge necessary to deal with IP telecom network projects and IP voice and data applications with confidence.
If you want to know the answers to these questions, or you should know the answer to these questions, but don’t, this is the course for you: When an organization like AT&T or Verizon says it “has an MPLS network” and sells “MPLS services”, - What exactly does that mean?
- Just what is an MPLS service anyway? What does it do? Who uses it? What for?
- Can you tell me two different ways MPLS service is different than Internet service?
- What benefit does that bring to the customer?
- Does it cost more? Better yet, is it priced the same way as Internet service?
- How do you connect to MPLS service?
- What is the technology and business environment for MPLS service going to in 2015?