March 26, 2014
Over the years, the market has seen rapid, exponential growth of wireless communications as well as the transmission of mobile data. In mid-2013 there were approximately 6.8 billion wireless service subscriptions activated worldwide; by 2015, the IEEE forecasts that number to grow to 15 billion fixed and mobile network devices – with 24.8 gigabytes of data being consumed on a monthly basis. With rising wireless and content demands, wireless application providers, operators and infrastructure providers are seeking solutions that ensure continuous uptime, ubiquitous wireless coverage and 24×7 reliability for their business and consumer customers. Small cell solutions are an essential aspect of mobile data management, and vital to extending service coverage and increasing network capacity. But how can we ensure these networks are functioning properly 24×7?
INOC’s Senior Director of Business Services, Art Meierdirk, will answer this question and discuss real-world applications of Network Operations Center (NOC) support for small cell integration during the panel ‘Small Cell: Implementation Case Studies’ at this year’s Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association (NEDAS) NYC In-building Wireless Summit entitled ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’. Set to take place April 1 from 3:00 PM to 4:05 PM, the session will also feature case studies detailing topography, roof infrastructure and backhaul implications affecting small cell installations in New York City.
INOC, a 24×7 NOC and global provider of NOC monitoring, reporting and support services, is at the forefront of Distributed Antenna System (DAS), Wi-Fi and Small Cell solutions support, providing 24×7 wireless coverage with round-the-clock NOC monitoring and management. From its primary NOC in Madison, WI and Disaster Recovery NOC near Chicago, IL, INOC’s staff processes critical infrastructure support issues to improve uptime, availability and performance of Wireless and Fiber networks.
NEDAS’ In-building Wireless Summit empowers over 300 participants with real-world insights and solutions to implementing hybrid wireless systems for in-building, stadium, arena, hotel and campus environments in order to meet today’s converging wireless and wireline communication needs. INOC is a proud Platinum Sponsor of ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’; the INOC team will be exhibiting at booth #22.
INOC representatives will also be in attendance at Informa’s two-day conference, WiFi and Small Cells North America (WFSCNA), April 2-3 in New York City.
To schedule a meeting with the INOC team at the NEDAS NYC In-Building Wireless Summit and/or at Informa’s WiFi and Small Cells North America, email INOC@imillerpr.com.
INOC is an ISO 27001:2013 certified 24×7 NOC and an award-winning global provider of technology infrastructure monitoring, reporting and support services for communication service providers and enterprises. From a primary NOC in Madison, WI, and a Disaster Recovery NOC near Chicago, IL, INOC’s 24×7 staff provides a hands-on approach to incident resolution. INOC proactively processes critical technology support issues and delivers timely information to improve the uptime, availability and performance of applications, servers and networks. A client web portal, NOCVIEW4, provides extensive reporting capabilities and visibility into infrastructure monitoring and support activity in real-time. INOC cost-effectively integrates 24×7 NOC support into a client’s existing support operation to deliver greater uptime. For more information on INOC and its services, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-877-NOC-24X7 (+1-877-662-2497). You will also find additional information on our website, INOC.COM, or by following INOC on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
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