NterOne Launches NterOne.TV—A whole new way to experience live or on-demand IT training.
NterOne Corporation announced today the launch of NterOne.TV. This new web site will allow users to view HD content by choosing sessions from a TV guide style format. NterOne.TV allows users to connect with PC, Mac, Mobile, and TV using Chromecast. “This next generation video platform is a whole new way to experience technical and sales training,” said Anthony Hamilton, Chairman and Founder of NterOne, “We have developed a cutting edge solution that continues to give our customers options on how they consume training.”
NterOne.TV will offer both free and premium content. All the live sessions are recorded for users to go back and view on-demand. The site will offer a mix of both IT sales and technical training. The focus initially will be on Cisco and VMware training.
The company plans to also leverage NterOne.TV to deliver “just-in-time” style training around Cisco and VMware products where time to market is critical. “IT markets move very quickly and IT companies need to react accordingly with training their sales and technical teams, along with their partner base,” said Anthony Hamilton, Chairman and Founder of NterOne, “The NterOne.TV platform allows us to roll-out training that meets the demands of our training partners as they bring new technology products and services to market.”
NterOne plans to launch a Roku channel later this year to expand their video offering as an extension of NterOne.TV. The channel will launch with the CCNA Route & Switch certification training class with over 45 lessons available.
NterOne is a global training and consulting company focusing on live online training, self-paced e-learning, and private onsite training. The company is headquartered in Reston, VA, but mainly operates virtually by allowing their employees to work out of their home office to reduce the company’s overall carbon footprint. NterOne is a Cisco Learning Partner, and a VMware Authorized Training Center, and operates their own Data Center in North Carolina. The company’s key technology focus areas are Virtualization, Data Center, Routing and Switching, Voice, Collaboration, Optical, Wireless, and Security.
For more information, please visit the corporate web site at http://www.NterOne.com.
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