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May
15

Again, while not officially a blueprint change just yet, it’s clearly coming. To that end we have gone ahead and taken the initiative to add another CCIE Voice bootcamp based on the current v3 blueprint.

The new date and location will be from Oct 7 – 18 in our brand new Seattle/Bellevue WA classroom and you can now register for it here.

A quick check of the Cisco CCIE Voice testing seats just now showed that there are still plenty available – with nearly one available every day between now and November in SJC, RTP and Tokyo, and fewer, but still plenty in Brussels, Bangalore and Sydney.

Those will all go quickly, just like our bootcamp seats will, so book both soon!

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May
15

UPDATE: We were contacted informally and kindly ask to remove the title that hasn’t been officially released as of yet.

UPDATE-2: The last day to test for the CCIE Voice Written will be Nov 20, 2013, and the last day to test for the CCIE Voice Lab will be Feb 13, 2014. This is much more than a blueprint change. Don’t yet know if those already certified as CCIE Voice will be grandfathered in, or if they will need to study for and pass a brand new Written and Lab exam. Seems like the official announcement will be made next week with more information as to the specifics of title progression.

It seems as though the new blueprint hasn’t been officially announced yet, the CCIE Voice track is slated to become the CCIE **redacted** track this November, 2013. As of now only preliminary information is available, but per a reliable source the we have heard that the CCIE Voice certification will be renamed CCIE **redacted** to reflect advances in networked collaboration solutions. The CCIE **redacted** certification will include voice, video, instant message, and presence.

Stay tuned, as more information is likely to surface as we get closer to Cisco Live 2013 in Orlando. Speaking of which, it’s not too late to RSVP to INE’s CCIE Candidate Party at Cisco Live 2013. Hope to see you there!

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