Will T/Mon NOC Work For You?

How Can You Know That T/Mon NOC Will Work for You?

T/Mon NOC is not a new or untested product. T/Mon units have been in the field for years, successfully performing for clients who need stable, bulletproof monitoring and control to support their mission-critical operations.

What Do Real People Who Use T/Mon NOC Say?

"DPS Telecom gave us a reliable way of accessing a variety of equipment, regardless of the brand or provider. We now have a common interface for our existing system."
Harold Moses, KMC Telecom

"DPS told us we didn't have to pay if it didn't work. It works and it's sweet."
Glenn Lippincott, Southern Company

"It's hard to find companies with the intelligence and aptitude to meet the customer's exact needs, and I believe that is what DPS is all about."
Lee Wells, Pathnet

Why You Need Help With Your SCADA Implementation

Implementing a SCADA system can seem deceptively easy - you just look on the Web, find a few vendors, compare a few features, add some configuration and you're done, right?

The truth is, developing a SCADA system on your own is one of the riskiest things you can do. Here are some of the typical problems you might face if you don't get expert advice when you're designing your system:

1. Implementation time is drawn out: It's going to take longer than you think. Network monitoring is a highly technical subject, and you have a lot to learn if you want a successful implementation. And anytime you are trying to do something you've never done before, you are bound to make mistakes - mistakes that extend your time and your budget beyond their limits.

2. Resources are misused: If you're not fully informed about your options for systems integration, you may replace equipment that could have been integrated into your new system. Rushing into a systemwide replacement when you could have integrated can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars.

3. Opportunities are missed: If you install a new SCADA system today, you're committing your company to that system for as long as 10 to 15 years. Many companies design what they think is a state-of-the-art SCADA system - and then find that their technology is actually a generation behind.