650-128 CGAM Authorized Connected Grid Account Manager Knowledge Verification
Exam Number 650-128
Duration 30 minutes (20-25 questions)
Available Languages English
This exam will test the knowledge of account managers regarding the features, functions, and design of the Cisco Connected Grid technology solution. There will be a focus on the features and benefits of the Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router (CGR 2010) and the Cisco 2500 Series Connected Grid Switch (CGS 2500). How these products are positioned within energy and utility companies and how to identify new opportunities and set customer expectations will also be covered on this exam.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.
Introduction to Cisco Connected Grid Go-to-Market and Product Positioning
How to Sell
Cisco Connected Grid Ordering and Support
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Which of these trends is the main driver toward smart grid technology?
A. increased supply, which requires the integration of distributed generation sources
B. reduced demand, which causes an increase in demand and peak load
C. compliance with regulations involving government funding and rules
D. increased carbon footprint
How many levels or types of priority can be assigned on a Cisco TAC case?
Which statement reflects the overall Cisco Smart Grid vision?
A. Sell the existing Cisco IP-based products from end-to-end of our utility customer’s smart grid
B. Design and architect an end-to-end communications infrastructure that is integrated with the
C. Integrate intelligent routing protocols into existing electrical grids.
D. Create a single infrastructure for unified communications from electrical generation plants to all
primary and secondary substations.
Which of these is a grouping of elements that are part of the Cisco Substation Automation
A. multi service communications networks
B. protection and control, auto meter reading, data analysis
C. protection and control, grid monitoring, multi service communications networks data center and
customer call centers
D. customer call centers, electrical auto recharging, home energy management
Which of these is part of mission critical substation communications (Operation Data)?
A. physical security alarm
B. workstation email
C. physical access (deny access)
D. fault detection and restoration