Vail Valley company’s technicians earn wireless certifications
Ryan Summerlin January 4, 2013
AVON, Colorado – Decypher Technologies has announced that two of its technicians recently received advanced technology certifications.
Decypher Technologies’ technical director, Mick Reilly, completed a Cisco training to attain his CCNA Wireless certification. This is Reilly’s third Cisco certification, making him qualified to configure, implement and support advanced wireless networks.
Decypher’s Master Fiber Optic Technician, Ande Grillo, completed a training to become AirMagnet Certified. Fluke Networks’ AirMagnet Wi-Fi Analyzer provides detailed troubleshooting for Wi-Fi networks to help quickly solve connectivity issues. Grillo is now certified to use this tool to audit, design, support and troubleshoot advanced wireless networks.
“Both the Cisco and AirMagnet certifications reinforce our ability to handle wireless planning, security, management, installation and troubleshooting,” said Director Farr Shepherd. “These skills are becoming increasingly vital since there are so many wireless devices connecting to networks at any given time.”
Decypher has 10 other technicians with certifications in Apple, Microsoft and more.
Decypher Technologies is an IT company in the Roaring Fork Valley and Eagle Valley, with offices in Aspen and Avon. Founded in 2003 by Shepherd, Decypher provides its business and residential clients with up-to-date information technology solutions. Decypher’s Apple, Microsoft and Cisco certified technicians receive annual training to remain competitive and advance their technical skills and knowledge. Learn more at decyphertech.com and vailsupport.net.