INDUSTRY NEWS: posted 16 November 2017

American design consulting firm IMEG have announced that they will now accept the Certified Network Cable Installer (CNCI®) designation recently introduced in the U.S. market by CNet Training.

Industry credentials and certifications are among the criteria IMEG’s technology consulting team uses to help clients select qualified contractors.

IMEG considers CNCI® an equivalent to BICSI Installer 2 certification. In addition, once CNet’s CNIT® and CNIDP® designations are fully implemented, IMEG specifications will recognise them as equivalent to the BICSI Tech and RCDD certifications, respectively.

“In a fast-moving, competitive world, having multiple options for the demonstration of low voltage infrastructure expertise is a positive for the industry,” said Jeff Carpenter, Senior Principal at IMEG. “We’re proud to be one of the first consulting firms in the U.S. to recognize this choice for contractors bidding on our projects.”

As the Internet of Buildings (IoB) accelerates as an extension of the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon, Carpenter said that “having qualified contractors is more important than ever for proper installation and functioning of a building’s ‘Technology Utility’ infrastructure.”

IMEG is one of the largest design consulting firms in the U.S. specialising in high-performing building systems, infrastructure, program management and construction-related services.

About CNet Training:

CNet Training is The Global Leader of Technical Training and Education for the Data Centre and Network Infrastructure Sectors and is the only industry dedicated training provider to award both industry recognised qualifications and official certifications.

CNet Training also deliver on-site programmes for companies.

For more information on CNet’s training programs, please visit or call +44 (0) 1284 767100.


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