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1. Detailed alarm notifications in plain English that your staff will immediately understand and take action on.
2. Immediate notification of changes of state (COSs), including new alarms and alarms that have cleared.
3. A continuously updated list of all current standing alarms.
4. Text message windows displaying specific instructions for the appropriate action for an alarm.
5. Nuisance alarm filtering that eliminates meaningless status alarms and oscillations allowing your staff to focus its attention on serious threats.
6. Pager and e-mail notifications. Send alarm notifications directly to maintenance personnel, even if they're away from the NOC.
7. Derived alarms and controls that combine and correlate data from multiple alarm inputs and automatically control remote site equipment to correct complex threats.
The T/Mon NOC Remote Alarm Monitoring System provides total visibility of your network status and automatically notifies the right people to keep your network running.
The same alarm can instantly go from minor to critical if something else goes wrong. For example, a low battery might not be a big deal until AC power and the backup generator both fail, and then it's an emergency.
T/Mon NOC's Derived Alarms feature gives you the power to instantly track these kinds of changing alarm conditions. Derived Alarms combine inputs from multiple alarm points into a single, software-configured alarm, using simple Boolean logic.
Let's say your low battery is a minor alarm. Low battery AND an AC power failure OR generator failure is a major. Low battery AND AC power failure AND generator failure is a critical alarm.
Derived Alarms can also include date/time factors, so they're great for filtering nuisance alarms. You don't have to be pestered by an alarm every time a door is opened in a busy facility during business hours - but you will be notified if the door is opened by an intruder at night.
T/Mon NOC's Derived Controls are even more useful, correcting problems before any human operator even knows something is wrong.
If critical network equipment fails, T/Mon NOC can automatically start backup equipment and notify a service tech. If a security door is breached after-hours, T/Mon NOC can automatically lock security gates, turn on lights, and page security staff.
When you're choosing a network monitoring vendor, don't take chances. Be skeptical. Ask the hard questions. Above all, look for experience. Don't take a sales rep's word that his company can do custom development. Ask how many systems they've worked with, how many protocols they can integrate to SNMP, and check for client testimonials.
DPS Telecom has created hundreds of successful SNMP monitoring implementations for telecoms, utility telecoms, and transportation companies. (Check out www.dpstelecom.com/case-studies for some examples.) DPS Telecom monitoring solutions are proven performers under real-world conditions.
You're never taking any risk when you work with DPS Telecom. Your SNMP monitoring solution is backed by a 30-day, no-risk, money-back guarantee. Test your DPS monitoring solution at your site for 30 days. If you're dissatisfied for any reason, just send it back for a full refund.
Before you make a decision about your SNMP monitoring, there's a lot more you need to know. There's dangers you want to avoid - and there's also opportunities to improve your remote site maintenance that you don't want to miss.
Call or email Ron Stover at 1-800-693-0351 or email@example.com and ask for a free, live Web demonstration of SNMP monitoring solutions with the T/Mon NOC Remote Alarm Monitoring System. There's no obligation to buy - no high-pressure salesmen - just straightforward information to help you make the best decision about your network monitoring. You'll get complete information on hardware, software, specific applications, specifications, features and benefits . . . plus you'll be able to ask questions and get straight answers.
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