Larkins joins Cerium

2014-05-11T00:00:00Z Larkins joins Cerium The Billings Gazette
May 11, 2014 12:00 am

Brett Larkins, a network engineer with more than 10 years experience, has joined the staff in Cerium's Billings office. Larkins is a network engineer holding an extensive list of certifications from both Cisco and Microsoft. He is a Cisco-focused engineer with CCNP, CCDP certifications, and is currently completing his CCIE certification. He brings strong experience in wired and wireless networking and uniquely fulfills a role that is part implementation and part solutions architect. Delivering communications solution for over 14 years, Cerium Networks is a Cisco Systems Silver Partner (October 2005), with Cisco Master Specialized certifications in UC and Security, Cisco Advanced Specialized certifications in Unified Computing, Wireless, ATP–Cisco TelePresence and IronPort Gold.

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