It’s the end of the CCIE Voice, with a new Collaboration certification taking its place. Tom Hollingsworth discusses the good and the bad of this move.
Cisco has decided to retire the CCIE Voice in favor of an updated track that will be christened the CCIE Collaboration. Note that they aren’t merely changing the blueprint like they have in the past with the CCIE SP or the CCIE R&S. This is like the CCIE Storage being moved aside for the CCIE Data Center. The radical shift in content of the exam should be a tip-off to the candidates that this isn’t going to be the same old voice stuff with a few new bells and whistles.
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