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Global Knowledge Recognized as Juniper Networks Leading Authorized Education Partner

Global Knowledge, the world’s leading IT and business skills training provider, today announced it has been honored as one of the leading Juniper Networks Authorized Education Partners (JNAEP) in the Americas for its 2013 performance. Global Knowledge delivers high-quality training on Juniper Networks technology, locking in the Gold Partner and Platinum Growth Partner Awards for the Authorized Education Partners in the Americas.

JNAEP trainers are authorized to provide in-depth, technical training and certification courses on a variety of Juniper Networks products, including Junos® operating system and Juniper’s routing, switching, and security portfolio. Targeted at both end users and partners, these valuable courses are part of Juniper Networks’ proprietary training curriculum and range from introductory to advanced.

“We’re honored to earn the Juniper Networks Authorized Education Partner Gold Award,” said Brian K. Branson, Global Knowledge president and CEO. “We’re also excited to have achieved the Platinum Award for highest growth, as we continue to deliver value through unparalleled learning experiences. Our team prides itself in offering customers an engaging training environment, driven by the best instructors and support staff, with professional development options that can be tailored to individual and team schedule and format preferences.”

“We are pleased to recognize and congratulate Global Knowledge for its ongoing commitment to Juniper Networks,” said Linda Moss, PhD, vice president of worldwide education services at Juniper Networks. “As a leading Authorized Education Partner, Global Knowledge must maintain the same strict quality standards that we require of our own instructors and training organizations. To excel as a top performer in the Americas is highly commendable, and with Global Knowledge’s support, we are able to expand the reach of Juniper’s education services around the world to deliver the local training that customers and partners need in order to maximize their technology investments.”

Global Knowledge delivers Juniper networking and security training and certifications in foundational skills and advanced boot camps that can be tailored to the specific needs of a team or organization. With classroom locations around the world, and options for virtual classroom and private onsite training, customers can select the option that’s most aligned with their schedule, requirements and learning preferences – recognizing the greatest value from their technology and professional development investment.

About Global Knowledge

Global Knowledge is a world’s leading IT and business training provider. Offering the most relevant and timely content delivered by the best instructors, we provide customers with their choice and convenience in class times, delivery methods and formats to accelerate their success. With thousands of courses that span foundational and specialized training and certifications, our core training is focused on Cisco, Microsoft, IBM, Avaya, VMware, Red Hat, business process improvement and leadership development.

Founded in 1995, Global Knowledge employs more than 1,300 people worldwide and is headquartered in Cary, N.C. The company is owned by New York-based investment firm MidOcean Partners. Learn more at www.globalknowledge.com.

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