Category Archives: Network Operation Center
Subsea cables are the backbone of the global economy, delivering 95 percent of IP voice and data traffic across the world. Because these cables are so important, they must be monitored for quality and performance at all times and this requires the service of a full-time network operations center (NOC).
This week at PTC’17: Changing Realities in Honolulu, INOC, a leading NOC and global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring and support services, announced new NOC services for subsea cable companies across multiple disciplines, including documentation, organizational procedure, event monitoring, customer on-boarding and quality control.
Vice President of Technology, Jim Martin to Discuss the Changing Role of the Data Center
NORTHBROOK, IL, September 20, 2016 – INOC, a 24×7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring, reporting and support services, today announces that its Vice President of Technology, Jim Martin, has been selected to speak at Capacity North America, taking place at the Hyatt Regency Toronto October 5-6, 2016. Capacity North America brings together telecommunication stakeholders, including wholesale carriers, cloud providers, and content distributors and providers with the sole purpose of joint collaboration to ultimately deliver and improve on services meeting the demands of future customers.
It has been announced that Jim Martin has been named INOC’s new Vice President of Technology. In this role, Martin will oversee next-generation technology strategy and lead software development and infrastructure. INOC is a 24×7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring, reporting and support services and Martin will bring over 30 years of industry experience to the organization.
INOC has announced it is launching a new Network Operations Center dedicated to supporting optical network infrastructure. This dedicated NOC was created specifically to address the growing demand from enterprises and Communications Service Providers (CSPs) that need to satisfy complex and evolving requirements. Already a leader in 24×7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and a global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring, reporting and support services, the move will further enhance INOC’s vast array of tools, processes and procedures to provide optical network support to customers, particularly those with stringent and demanding Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
INOC Case Study On “Building Operational Capacity and Reducing Response Time for a Large Data Center Provider” Now Available Online
Case Study Examines How INOC Helped a Data Center Provider Design and Build a State-of-the-Art Network Operations Center
NORTHBROOK, IL, NOVEMBER 19, 2015 – INOC, a 24×7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring, reporting and support services, has published the case study, “How INOC Helped Build Operational Capacity, Reduce Response Time for a Large Data Center Company,” now available online. The case study spotlights INOC’s work with a large data center, colocation and interconnection provider with more than 20 facilities across the United States, which INOC supported to design and build its planned state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC).
Speakers Invited to Submit Proposals for the October 5-7 Conference in Montréal, Quebec Canada
Ann Arbor, MI, July 15, 2015 – The North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG) is pleased to announce the Call for Presentations (CFP) for NANOG 65, hosted by Torix, taking place at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montréal, Quebec, October 5-7, 2015.
When a business data center located in the most stable and well-known carrier hotel in Tampa teams up with a network service provider with the largest offering of Colo by the ‘U’ worldwide, some great things happen. Business customers seeking cost-effective colocation options with unprecedented scalability benefit from access to diverse network connectivity, maximum uptime and redundancy through one centralized, highly efficient Network Operations Center (NOC). Moreover, any concerns about reliability and security are mitigated by a data center featuring a dedicated, 3MW power substation served by redundant power grids, bunker-grade architecture and best-in-class infrastructure.
As originally written and published on TeleGeography
New data from TeleGeography’s Global Bandwidth Research Service reveal that international bandwidth grew 44 percent in 2014, to reach 211 Tbps. The 65 Tbps of new capacity deployed in 2014 are comparable to nearly the entire amount of bandwidth in service globally in 2011.