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ALSO CALLED: Network Centers, NOC
DEFINITION: A network operations center (NOC) is a place from which administrators supervise, monitor and maintain a telecommunications network. Large enterprises with large networks as well as large network service providers typically have a network operations center, a room containing visualizations of the network or networks that are being monitored, workstations at which the detailed status of the network  … 

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CC-NOC Network Discovery and Monitoring Virtual Appliance
sponsored by Raritan Inc.
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Discovers, inventories, and reveals changes in IT hardware and software assets. Proactively monitors services, servers, and routers for current and potential incidents.
Posted: 18 Jun 2007 | Premiered: 18 Jun 2007

Raritan Inc.
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