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Stephen Cooper

Technical Lead, Juniper AI-Driven Enterprise | CWNE #276 | CWNT | CWNE Board of Advisors

Stephen Cooper is an internationally recognized expert in Wi-Fi and is the Technical Lead for Juniper AI-Driven Enterprise in Australia and New Zealand. Stephen is currently a member of the Wireless LAN Association and the CWNE Board of Advisors for Certified Wireless Network Professionals. Stephen has presented and taught in various countries around the globe. When not providing technical training Stephen provides high-touch sales and support services for Juniper Mist customers across Australia and New Zealand, in many industries including government, finance, higher education, mining & energy, and retail. Stephen has held many roles in the industry, previously being the technical lead for wireless at Cisco A/NZ and Ekahau APAC; and has great experience in enterprise networking holding various vendor certifications along with CWNE and CWNT certifications. Stephen is CWNE #276.

Stephen Cooper is an internationally recognized expert in Wi-Fi and is the Technical Lead for Juniper AI-Driven Enterprise in Australia and New Zealand.

Stephen is currently a member of the Wireless LAN Association and the CWNE Board of Advisors for Certified Wireless Network Professionals.

Stephen has presented and taught in various countries around the globe. When not providing technical training Stephen provides high-touch sales and support services for Juniper Mist customers across Australia and New Zealand, in many industries including government, finance, higher education, mining & energy, and retail.

Stephen has held many roles in the industry, previously being the technical lead for wireless at Cisco A/NZ and Ekahau APAC; and has great experience in enterprise networking holding various vendor certifications along with CWNE and CWNT certifications. Stephen is CWNE #276.

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