We are very excited to announce that with the recent move of all of our Voice Deep Dives, we have now nearly completed the migration of all of our ‘Voice’ video-based content over to our new CDN (Content Delivery Network) video playlist format, with support for both streaming and/or downloading from a global server nearest you. In fact, of the 320 hour of unique ‘Voice’ video content that I’ve created, 320 of those hours are now available in our new CDN format.

That’s far more content than ALL of the other Voice vendors out there COMBINED have to offer!
And just take a look here on this blog at any of the comments to see what your peers think of this material.
It speaks for itself.

Did I mention that ALL of that content plays on your iPod, iPhone, iPad and Android devices … today?

Also, in case you happened to have missed it, I just released a detailed study plan to take a would-be Voice candidate “From CCNA Voice to CCIE Voice in One Year”.

A list of what has been already migrated, along with links to each are just here:
CCNA Voice Course
CCNP Voice Course
CCIE Voice Advanced Technologies Class
CCIE Voice 5-Day Bootcamp
Deep Dive Module 1
Deep Dive Module 2
Deep Dive Module 3
Deep Dive Module 4
Deep Dive Module 5
Deep Dive Module 6
Deep Dive Module 7
Deep Dive Module 8
Deep Dive Module 9
Deep Dive Module 10
Deep Dive Module 11
Deep Dive Module 12
Deep Dive Module 13
Deep Dive Module 14
Deep Dive Module 15
Deep Dive Module 16
Deep Dive Module 17
Deep Dive Module 18
Deep Dive Module 19
Deep Dive Module 20
Deep Dive Module 21

If you have already purchased any one of these Deep Dives, then your Members account should already be updated with a drop-down at the top of your “Subscriptions” tab to the streaming content.

Finally, if you haven’t yet purchased all of the Deep Dives or the CCNA or CCNP Voice courses, we dropped the price of each Voice Deep Dive module from $99 each down to $49 each. We also decided that if you are an All Access Pass subscriber, that you shouldn’t pay full price if you just want to download a product, so we significantly dropped the download prices for all of our products for AAP members (e.g. If you are an AAP member, you could purchase the downloadable version of most any of our video playlists — even off-topic ones — for $150 off of that product’s list price). With recent economic downturns, INE remains very much committed to getting the absolute highest quality training in your hands at a price you can feel good about spending. Since after all, you are investing seriously in yourself and your future, and we’d like to do all we can to help.

Happy Trails,

About Mark Snow, CCIE #14073:

Mark Snow has been actively working with data and traditional telephony as a Network Consulting Engineer since 1995, and has been working with Cisco Call Manager and voice-over technology since 1998. Mark has been actively teaching and developing content for the CCIE Voice track since 2005, and the Security track since 2007. Mark's story with both data and voice technology started out quite young, as he began learning around the age of five from his father who was a patented inventor and a research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Mark started out on Unix System V and basic analog telephony, and went on from there to large data networking projects with technologies such as Banyan Vines, IPX and of course IP, and large phone systems such as Nortel 61c, Tadiran Coral, Avaya Definity and of course Cisco Unified Communications Manager in both enterprise and 911 PSAP environments across the US and internationally. Mark is also an accomplished pilot and punched his ticket in 2001. When Mark isn't learning, labing, consulting or teaching, he can be found either piloting or possibly jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, hanging off a rock somewhere or else skiing out west. He also might just be enjoying a quiet day at the beach with his wife and two wonderful young kids, Ryleigh and Judah.

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22 Responses to “320 Unique Hours of Voice Content Now Available in CDN Streaming and Downloadable Format”

  1. Mark

    This is the best announcement..Thanks for the offer.



  2. Nutsy says:


    I know you do the voice content for INE. However, any clue when all the security items are going to be updated, and put on the CDN? I look forward toward your reply. Good day.


    • Hi Nutsy,

      The Security 5-Day Bootcamp is already up on the CDN, links here to both the Streaming and Download formats.
      The Security ATC will begin being posted incrementally beginning next week to the CDN, and we’ll be sure to blog about it and include links to it.

      There is also of course plenty of RS material up on the CDN as well, for those members who have that in their accounts – they should be visible at the top of your members page under the “Recent Product Additions” section.

      • Fernando says:

        Hello Mark,
        Sorry to highjack the voice thread, but since you were replying about security material, I wanted to ask if there is already an estimated date for the CCNA Security and CCNP Security new materials.


  3. timaz says:

    Wooow. I have decided to pass my RS first, then SP. but in recent months, I have affected by your GREAT topics about Voice, and maybe, I put the voice preparation after RS and this is just because of your great materials, not just in voice, but in all of other tracks too. I appreciate your efforts about maiking the way so easy to everyone to become a really CCIE.

  4. AKM says:

    Are the Vol 1 workbooks solutions also available in new format?

  5. Nutsy says:


    I was more curious about the CCNP-S materials. I remember a blog post from awhile back stating that those would be coming out soon. Any ETA on those?
    Thanks for your time.


  6. Mustang says:

    How about the solutions to workbook volume 1?
    It looks like it’s still on Connect.

    • Hi Mustang,

      The solution list for CCIE Voice Workbook Volume I should be out in the next few days as a single video playlist, complete with each module/chapters’ included course files. Just finishing putting it together Friday and today.

      Kind Regards,

  7. Malick says:

    Hello Mark,

    Do you know when the Open Lecture Series will be moved to the new CND. That’s a very good product and I think it would be great to be able to watch it on IPAD and download it if needed.


    • Hi Malick,

      All of the content from our old Adobe Connect server is being migrated over, however each new project does take a little time. I will get in touch with our video team and find out if there is a prioritized list of what is being moved over 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc..

      Kind Regards,

  8. mustang says:

    Hi Mark & Brian,

    What is the plan for the Solution Guide to WB Vol 1? (without having to pay $99 a pop per Deep Dive video)

    • Hi mustang,

      The solution list for CCIE Voice Workbook Volume I should be out in the next few days as a single video playlist, complete with each module/chapters’ included course files. Just finishing putting it together Friday and today.

      Kind Regards,

  9. kim says:

    GREAt news…

    i am at ccnp level knowledge …my question is what meterial can i skip ? i initially thought i can skip deep drives and go straight from CCNA VOICE TO CCNP VOICE TO ATC AND FINALLY TO 5 DAY VOICE BOOTCAMP ?

  10. kim says:


    i am at ccnp rs level ….. need to start from ccna voice …

  11. Kasi says:

    Hi Mark,

    I’m not sure if I may write this post here.

    I have purchased CCNA Voice download section and I’m not able to download some big videos. Some videos are above 1 GB and those are stopping in the middle of the download. Can you please recommend small size videos of the same section or can INE help me download the files as .rar as rar format compress 50% of the file size.

    If INE support any download manager please let me know so that I dont have to fight with this issue. I purchased last week but because of these issues I’m stuck with proceeding further. Please help me.

    Thanks in advance,


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