Press Release

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin – October 19, 2015 – WIN today announced that fifteen staff recently passed the rigorous MEF CECP 2.0 examination.

Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF), a telecommunications industry group, developed and maintains the Carrier Ethernet Certified Professional (CECP) program, the gold standard in Carrier Ethernet service knowledge and recognition of individual expertise.

“Technical knowledge is key to providing great service in our line of business,” says Scott Hoffmann, WIN CEO. “I commend the fifteen newest MEF CECPs at WIN and am proud of the Carrier Ethernet knowledge they’ve added to our company.”

The fifteen additional CECPs brings WIN’s total count up to twenty-three CECP staff members involved in network engineering, network management, provisioning, and outside technical services. The WIN CECP staff members join over 3,000 industry employees globally that have passed the MEF CECP exam.

WIN continues to invest in education, training, and certifications for its staff. Employee expertise is one way WIN delivers on its Engineered To ServeSM passion for delivering reliable, flexible, and responsive network communications services.

WIN is an Eau Claire, Wis.-based Ethernet, Internet, Data Center, and Network Management Services provider. Since 1999, WIN has built and acquired over 5,000 miles of fiber optic network in the Upper Midwest to serve wholesale and enterprise customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Upper Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and global locations through regional, national, and international partnerships.

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