Oct
06

Honestly, it's hard to believe that over 3,000 people have reported to us that they have passed their CCIE lab using our materials - but that day has arrived, and we've actually already surpassed it. On average, 2-3 people inform us they have passed the lab every day, using our materials. Far too many to post every story to our blog, though we do try to pick random ones and add them here time and again.

We're humbled and honored that they have chosen to use our materials to pass their CCIE Routing and Switching, CCIE Voice, CCIE Service Provider, and CCIE Security labs, and we very much look forward to helping many more in the coming years ahead.

By the way, we also made our way into the Inc5000 list of fastest growing companies this year. Something else that -- and I know it may sound cliché, but nonetheless true -- we in no way could have ever done without the absolute most important part of our business: You. Anyhow, all that is simply to say "Thank You". However, that alone means nothing without your success, which brings us back to the more important bit of this post: Your Success Stories!

Mark Snow, CCIE #14073
About Mark Snow, CCIE #14073

You might say that Mark Snow began his networking career at the age of five, when his father, a patented research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories, started sharing his knowledge with Mark. He has been working with data and voice technology ever since, beginning with Unix System V and basic analog telephony and progressing to large data networking projects and large phone systems in both enterprise and 911 PSAP environments around the world. You’ll see Mark in all of INE’s Voice video courses and live Bootcamps. Mark Snow is also an accomplished pilot, and when he isn’t learning, labing, consulting, or teaching, he can be found jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, hanging off a rock somewhere, skiing out west, or just enjoying a quiet day at the beach with his wife and two wonderful kids. You may contact Mark Snow at msnow@ine.com, follow him on Twitter, or find him helping others in INE’s IEOC Community Forum.

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