iGlass: Don't knock the outsourced NOC

September 2003
CED;Sep2003, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that iGlass has a outsourced Network Operations Center (NOC) service capable of pinging set-tops and cable modems and checking their operational status in the U.S. Detection of outages and zaps out paging and e-mail messages to the proper field; Features of the platform.


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