Green Earns Wireless Design Certification

CWDP Certification
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Edafio senior wireless network engineer Zach Green has earned the highly respected and specialized CWDP Certification. This achievement recognizes Green’s mastery of designing an Enterprise network, understanding the architectures and protocols of a WLAN, conducting a thorough site survey, developing end-to-end security and validating your designed network.

Given that most businesses requiring this enterprise-level expertise would otherwise require accessing Houston- or Dallas-based firms, NWA businesses have a significant advantage that the capability is now available through Arkansas-based Edafio Technology Partners.

“As Edafio’s wireless networking expert, Zach contributes to the design and implementation of all wireless projects,” said Douglas Ulrich. “Zach’s CWDP Enterprise Wireless certification is another testimony to his expertise in the wireless arena.

Douglas Ulrich, Edafio’s Network Team Lead.

Green, who has installed over a million square feet of wireless coverage in warehouses, hospitals, schools, and everything in between since 2006, is one of only a few wireless professionals in the tri-state area with this certification and the accompanying expertise to assess and translate network business requirements into technical specifications that result in successful business outcomes.

“The skills I earned from this certification enable me to plan and configure wireless networks for clients whose users are on the go, whether in and out of patient rooms or office spaces,” said Green. “Not every need is the same, and many of our clients’ physical spaces vary, so I’ve studied how to work with various scenarios to keep mobile devices connected and secure.”

Zach Green, who joined Edafio in 2019, serves as a critical resource and subject matter expert responsible for ensuring that every client’s wireless network works effectively and seamlessly, regardless of the brand they use.

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