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Network Operations Center - NOC

Network Operations Center - NOC

Our Network Operations Center (NOC) with more than 110 routers and switches is on par with the latest companies / ISPs in the world thereby allowing students to familiarize themselves with the real-time network challenges faced in companies today.

Imperial Techsol Network Operations Center (NOC) services are your guarantee for worry-free performance of your digital cinema network. From our dedicated NOC*, we can permanently monitor every projector, server, theater management system, and automation controller in your theater. When staff resources are at a premium, the Imperial Techsol NOC offers you 100% confidence that your valuable assets are being cared for.

A Network Operations Center, or NOC, is the primary work space engineers utilize to monitor, manage and troubleshoot problems on a network. The Network Operations Center offers oversight of problems, configuration and change management, network security, performance and policy monitoring, reporting, quality assurance, scheduling, and documentation by utilizing sophisticated network management, monitoring and analysis tools. The NOC provides a structured environment that effectively coordinates operational activities with all participants and vendors related to the function of the network. The NOC technicians typically provide support twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

A network operations center (NOC) is a central location from which network administrators manage, control and monitor one or more networks. The overall function is to maintain optimal network operations across a variety of platforms, mediums and communications channels.

Large network service providers are associated with network operation centers, which feature a visual representation of the networks being monitored and workstations where detailed network statuses are monitored. Software is employed to help manage the networks. Telecommunications, television broadcast and computer networks are controlled through network operations centers.