Executive Crash Course keeps professionals and companies competitive by helping them master complex industries such as telecommunications, IT and media.
ECC’s signature product, the Telecom Crash Course, is a fast and easy Web-based training solution to educate ICT executives, seasoned telecom professionals, consultants working on telecom projects or individuals who are new to the $4 Trillion telecom industry.
ECC also offers the Mobile Crash Course to educate executives, professionals and consultants on the $160 Billion wireless industry.
If you or your employees need to understand complicated, ever-changing and often critical technology topics in a short amount of time, ECC is the answer. Get started on your way to mastering telecom or wireless - learn more about our training, register for a course, or contact ECC for a free needs analysis.
Most corporations have little time and money to develop their own comprehensive in-house training programs. If you are a company looking to train your employees on the ins and outs of the telecom industry with a self-paced learning program, take a look at ECC’s courses. Learn more about how simple it is to train your employees with these Web-based courses, and how thrilled they will be that you chose a flexible, interactive training program instead of a talking head for days on end.
Are you a busy professional who needs to quickly understand the telecom industry? ECC’s Crash Courses are the perfect solution for you. You can spend just 15 minutes a day with our flexible solution and quickly earn a Certificate of Completion to build your resume or impress your boss. Learn more about why you need training and how to start the Telecom Crash Course.
In March of 1876 Alexander Graham Bell made the very first telephone call to his assistant Mr. Watson from one room to another in his Boston laboratory. Forty years later the first transcontinental call was made, and in 1926 a call from NYC to London was made. Imagine that... a transatlantic call. Listen to the History of the Telephone. Download the podcast...
Video can also be compressed, typically with schemes like MPEG. In this module we explain how it works and what the options are that control final video quality.
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