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Are you Flying Blind at Your Small Sites?

Previous Page: How to Monitor Every Small Site in Your Network ... Without Breaking Your Budget
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  • Do you have effective visibility of every single remote hut, collocation rack and enclosed cabinet in your network?
  • If there's a problem at these small sites, can you diagnose it from your NOC ... or do you have to dispatch a technician just to isolate the problem?
  • If something went wrong at these small sites ... like a power outage, a critically low battery, high temperature or flooding ... will you be notified in time to correct it? Or will you find out about the problem only when the site's gone dark and there's already expensive equipment damage?

Do you think you don't have the budget to monitor your small sites?

Equipment damage and network outages happen at remote huts and collocation cages as well as central offices. And it's a lot harder (and a lot more expensive!) to drive out to an isolated remote hut to locate and repair problems.

I know what you're going to say: "Of course it would be nice to monitor every single site - but I just don't have the budget for it. I've got to prioritize, and frankly, the higher-ups don't think these small sites are important enough to justify installing RTUs."

OK, so that's what the higher-ups think - but is it true?

Next Page: Fact: Small-site failures can cause big-time costs
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