Worried About Your Legacy Alarm System Crashing? Use This Master To Upgrade To A Modern SNMP System...

Do you have a plan in case the legacy equipment you've just acquired crashes? Maybe an RBOC (Regional Bell Operating Company) sold an exchange to you and left you to monitor aging legacy gear? You're low on parts and spares for this legacy gear. You're wondering why you should spend big money for a master with old technology - that is, even if the original vendor is still in business. You know that upgrading your remotes and master all at once will take a huge bite from your budget, but your aging system is on its last legs...

Modern and Legacy Combined
Extend The Useful Life of Your Legacy Gear...

Migrate At Your Own Pace
Imagine if you could upgrade your legacy gear one step at a time, and control the pace and expense? Picture an affordable, gradual upgrade to modern, SNMP-compatible masters and remotes? Going at your own pace, you'll have the new, state-of-the-art network alarm monitoring system you never thought you could afford! Dominion did it...so can you!

T/Mon NOC
Let The T/Mon NOC Squeeze The Value From Your Legacy Gear...

The T/Mon NOC Makes The Most Of Legacy Remotes
Compatible with just about any protocol you can throw at it, The T/Mon NOC helps you squeeze every last drop out of your legacy remotes -until you're ready for modern RTUs. The T/Mon NOC is a multi-user, multi-protocol, graphical master uniquely designed as a single platform for all your monitoring equipment, old and new alike. In the rare event that you have a protocol T/Mon doesn't support, the DPS Engineering Team can add it for you.

With T/Mon NOC you'll also have the benefit of advanced alarm processing features, like nuisance alarm filtering, alarm qualification, alarm mediation, and automatic notification - all with your existing RTUs.

  1. Step one in your gradual migration process is to mediate/integrate legacy and modern technology by getting a modern master like the T/Mon NOC. Your legacy remotes and equipment will be supported by the T/Mon until they day they give out.
  2. Step two in this cost-effective process is to replace your legacy remotes over time with contemporary, SNMP features, like the NetGuardian. During your transition, the T/Mon NOC will extend the useful life of your legacy remotes.

Key Advantages Of The T/Mon NOC:

  • Multi-protocol, multifunction single-platform solution for all remote sites
  • Collects remote alarm monitoring data from all your equipment, regardless of manufacturer or protocol.
  • Supports over 25 protocols: ASCII, DCP, DCPF, DCPX, DNP3, E2A, SNMP, TABS, TBOS, TL1, and more
  • Supports legacy devices and protocols - See complete supported device list...
  • Mediate and forward remote alarm monitoring data to different protocols and master of masters, including SNMP and TL1
  • Maps remote alarm monitoring data from all your equipment to one consistent interface
  • Plain English alarm descriptions and specific instructions for correcting alarm conditions ensure prompt, effective response to alarms
  • Displays network status and alarm information to multiple users connected via LAN or dial-up, or on a graphical Web Interface via LAN
  • Automatically sends detailed notifications and instructions to repair technicians by alpha pager, cell phone, and e-mail
    • Notifications sent to on-call staff via a sophisticated scheduling system
    • Escalation Alerts sent to supervisors automatically if technicians do not acknowledge an alarm within a specified time
  • History and trending reports
  • Centralized database administration for all your remote sites.

Call DPS Telecom today at 1-800-693-0351 to find out how the T/Mon NOC can solve your legacy problems!

To receive a price quote or ROI analysis...

Call 1-800-693-0351

Need a Quote?

Get it by: 4:15 PM Monday (tomorrow)

Now: 6:10 PM
Next Step:
Send Us Your Quote Request
8:00 AM Monday
We'll Start Work on Your Detailed Quote
4:15 PM Monday
Get Your Quote (Email PDF)

It's 6:10 PM on Sunday at our Fresno, CA, USA headquarters. It's late in the day, but we promise to start on your quote first thing in the morning.

Get a Quote