March 05, 2007 — PEAKE has earned the Cisco designation of ATP-IP IPICS partner.
PEAKE has met the stringent ATP requirements to gain this solution-focused certification. PEAKE’s completion of the challenging requirements of the ATP-IP IPICS certification has helped ensure that’s Peake sales and support organizations are prepared to properly sell, design, install, and support the Cisco IPICS technology and products.
“This is an outstanding accomplishment for PEAKE and demonstrates their desire to develop expertise in the new world of complex networking technologies,” states the Cisco Channel ATP Program office.
“PEAKE and the Cisco account management team will continue working together to develop and enhance our mutual capabilities to support PEAKE and their customers.”
“PEAKE’s background in helping First Responders and other legacy technology users migrate and evolve to IP-Centric networking lends itself well to IPICS role in the network,” says PEAKE Lead Solution Architect, Chris Boyd. “By creating interconnect between legacy, mission-critical tools such as LMR Radios, and Unified IP Communications, agencies can create networks of networks and drive true ‘communications interoperability’.”
Cisco is the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate. Cisco hardware, software, and service offerings are used to create the Internet solutions that make these networks possible – giving individuals, companies, and countries easy access to information anywhere, at any time.
PEAKE is a technology solutions provider focused on IP-Centric communications for First Responders, Emergency Communications, Disaster Recovery, and Continuity of Operations. Specializing in the design, development, and implementation of IP-Based communications, PEAKE provides turnkey solutions for Voice, Video and Data in support of Incident Command and Communications. Using these tools, emergency responders and crisis leadership can rapidly establish essential command presence, resource control, and communication interoperability allowing for critical situational awareness, response and mitigation.