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The T/Mon NOC: Next Generation Network Monitoring

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Upgrading to T/Mon NOC now is the easy, cost-effective way to take care of your monitoring needs for a long, long time

Marshall DenHartog
Marshall DenHartog
When you select a network alarm monitoring system, you're making a choice that will stay with your network for as long as 10 years. It's smart to plan ahead and choose a monitoring system that's both advanced for today and adaptable for future needs.

Be proactive and upgrade now to the all-new T/Mon NOC, the next generation hardware platform for the T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System. T/Mon software never goes obsolete-because of its modular software design, new monitoring capabilities are continuously added to T/Mon to meet the real-world operational needs of network technical managers like you.

All-new hardware platform for T/Mon

Those software developments demand the advanced new hardware of the T/Mon NOC alarm master unit. T/Mon NOC is an entirely new T/Mon hardware platform, delivering alarm processing performance that's 2-4 times faster than the IAM-5 or T/MonXM WorkStation. T/Mon NOC offers improved performance for all monitoring applications, but it especially shines for these critical advanced features:

  • ASCII alarm processing: Down-to-the-card detail on switches, routers, multiplexers, PBXs and many other kinds of equipment.
  • SNMP trap processing: Process SNMP traps with all the advanced features of T/Mon, and put all your alarms on one screen.
  • Web Browser Interface hosting: A responsive, easy-to-use interface for accessing your alarm data from any computer.

More hardware enhancements

T/Mon NOC offers other advanced hardware features:

  • Swappable, expandable Port Interface Cartridges: T/Mon NOC's serial interface ports are actually modular cartridges that are easily accessible and expandable. If your transport needs ever change, T/Mon NOC changes with them.
  • Hard drive mirroring: A redundant disk configuration that protects your alarm database and network monitoring from disk drive failures. Hard dive mirroring is a standard feature of T/Mon NOC.

Upgrade now and get a no-risk, money-back guarantee

The T/Mon NOC backed by the DPS Telecom 30-day no-risk money-back guarantee. If the T/Mon NOC doesn't improve your monitoring, just send it back for a full refund.Now is the time to plan for your network's future. Call 1-800-693-0351 now to schedule a free Web demo of T/Mon NOC.

Marshall DenHartog

Marshall DenHartog
T/Mon NOC Lead Developer

PS: If you've got a T/Mon Gold Plan Maintenance Agreement, you may be able to upgrade to T/Mon NOC for 50% off. Call 1-800-693-0351 for full details.

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