Authorized Prometic Testing Centre

Mercury Solutions Limited strictly adheres to the services and technology requirements of Prometric and Pearson Vue.

Prometric test centerMercury Solutions Limited is a leading IT training provider and an authorized Prometric and Pearson VUE Testing & Assessment Centre. Mercury Solutions Limited delivers exams that lead to certification for many of the prestigious IT vendors including Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, Oracle, Linux and many more.

Prometric and Pearson VUE develop and administer secured, computer-based tests for various professional, academic, corporate and Information Technology clients. These computer-based tests can be assessed instantly and the results may be announced to the candidates before they leave the test centre.

Well-acknowledged world-wide, Prometric delivers the most extensive, valid and legal technology-enabled testing and assessment services. Providing a wide range of services, including test development, test delivery and data management capabilities, Prometric authorizes clients to develop and launch global testing programs, as well as evaluate program results and data.

A testing partner for most reputed organizations, Prometric delivers tests online as well as at the test center network in 135 countries:

The following IT vendor certification courses come under Prometric:

CompTIA, Computing Technology Industry Association is a global leader in developing and providing vendor-neutral IT certification exams. CompTIA offers certifications in networking, Internet, PC hardware, servers, e-business, convergence, project management, training, Linux, security, document imaging and RF. CompTIA courses include A+, N+ Security+ and many more.

Microsoft - Microsoft Corporation, the most prestigious IT organization in the world, creates, authorizes, and supports a broad range of computing related products and services, through its various product divisions. Microsoft courses include MCTS, MCITP, MCPD, MCDBA, and many more.

Linux - Linux is a customized version of Unix-like computer operating systems. Primarily used for servers, Linux is compatible with a wide variety of computer hardware, ranging from mobile phones, tablet computers and video game consoles, to mainframes and supercomputers. Linux courses include LPIC, RHCT, RHCE, CLP, CLE, and many more. Linux comes in various environments…such as Red Hat, Novell and Ubuntu.

Red Hat – Popular worldwide, Red Hat is one of the largest software companies, providing open source technology solutions for backbone servers and work stations. It is known for its easy compatibility with databases like oracle, and software development like java. Red Hat courses include: RHCSA, RHCE and RHCSS, RHCVA and many more.

Novell – Novell is an international software and services company dedicated to enterprise operating systems, such as SUSE Linux Enterprise and Novell NetWare; identity, security, and systems management solutions; and collaboration solutions, such as Novell GroupWise and Novell Pulse. Novell courses include CLA, CLP, CLE and many more.

Ubuntu- Known for its high performance graphics and compatibility with third softwares, Ubuntu is well-known in the IT world. It supports 64 bit architecture for better performance and increased reliability. Ubuntu is a complete desktop Linux operating system and powers desktops, servers, netbooks and laptops. A part of the Debian family of Linux operating systems, Ubuntu is distributed as free and open source software with additional proprietary software available.

IBM- International Business Machines (IBM) - Highly influential in the tech world, IBM is the fourth largest multinational computer, technology and IT consulting company. IBM courses include AIL 5X Basics, System Administration I: Implementation, IBM Certified System Administrator - IBM i 6.1, IBM Certified System Administrator - AIX 6.1 and many more.

Solaris- Sun Open Solaris is a UNIX operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. Oracle Solaris now belongs to Oracle Corporation after Oracle's acquisition of Sun in January 2010.

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