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PDC Adds to Telecom Expertise with New RCDD Certification

May 17, 2019 | Engineering, News, Telecom & Tech

PDC’s Bryce Mahn recently acquired the RCDD certification, a global information and communications technology certification that demonstrates the holder’s knowledge of the creation, planning, integration, and execution of communications technologies.

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PDC Engineers announced the expansion of its telecom and security design knowledgebase with the addition of its first Registered Communication Distribution Designer.

PDC’s Bryce Mahn recently acquired the RCDD certification after months of preparation and study. Having worked in the industry and the company for seven years, he is excited to be adding the new qualification to his professional skillset.

“Having telecom and security systems designed by an RCDD not only helps assure clients they are getting a modern design following globally recognized best practices, but will also be designed to more easily keep up to date with technology changes decades into the future,” said Bryce.

Offered by Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI), the RCDD certification is a global information and communications technology certification that demonstrates the holder’s knowledge of the creation, planning, integration, and execution of communications technologies.

Requirements for systems designed by RCDDs are becoming more and more prevalent with organizations that require the strictest and most secure communications, such as the Department of Defense, leading the trend.

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