Gambit Virtual Lab Supports Cisco CCNA

Gambit Communications announces availability of its MIMIC Virtual Lab CCNA training tool to support Cisco CCNA certification

September 1, 2004

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NASHUA, N.H. -- Gambit Communications, a leading network simulation tools provider, today announced the availability of its enhanced training tool to support Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) CCNA certification.

MIMIC® Virtual Lab CCNA creates a real world lab environment for training centers and network engineers with a network of Cisco Routers and Switches. It enables a hands-on learning experience without needing to buy expensive equipment.

Network engineers can practice for CCNA and other certifications instead of just reading instructions. They can interact with Cisco gear just like real devices. The realistic simulation is combined with a unique feature, "Lab Exercises", to provide guided tutorials and exercisesto practice and evaluate the readiness for the certifications.

"As a big proponent of 'learning by doing' I can honestly say that MIMIC Virtual Lab CCNA is the closest thing to having the real equipment in front of you," said Matt Basham, Program Director at St. Petersburg College and the author of "Learning by Doing" CCNA Textbook. "I have tried many different simulators but none are as easy and as comprehensive as MIMIC Virtual Lab. Two thumbs up for the great product -- a must have for anyone serious about Cisco certifications."

"The MIMIC Virtual Lab makes expanding Cisco training programs easier for training organizations," said Patrick von Schlag, President of leading IT Learning Services consultancy Deep Creek Center. "As Cisco continues to play a larger role in the IT space, leading training organizations need to expand access to multiple training labs. This is not only true for traditional for-profit training companies, but increasingly in academic settings as well. With MIMIC they can provide well-structured labs with the course material for students to practice and take home."

Gambit Communications Inc.

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