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Do You Know Enough About Monitoring Your Telecom Switch?

Do You Know Enough About Monitoring Your Telecom Switch?

FRESNO, Calif., March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Switch monitoring plays an essential role in your overall network health. Do you know enough about it to make the right decisions? There is very little practical information available about choosing an effective switch monitoring system. The little information that does exist is far too tedious and general.

Why is there so little information out there about switch monitoring? Most companies simply don't have the expertise, and those that do usually aren't client-focused and refuse to share it without hefty consultation fees.

The right guide will provide you with the essential information you need to choose the best monitoring solution for your network. You'll be able to choose the right equipment, protect revenue, cut costs, and get back to your other important job responsibilities. Monitoring isn't your only job, after all.

DPS Telecom, a leading developer of network alarm monitoring solutions, announced today the latest release in their popular White Paper series: "Telecom Switch Monitoring." This White Paper is a MUST-READ for all DMS 500, 5ESS, AVAYA, ERICSSON, MEGASYS, and other switch users.

With an absolute client-service philosophy, DPS has listened to their client's needs and created this white paper as a practical resource guide.

"Telecom Switch Monitoring" provides a thorough summary of what you need to know about switch monitoring in a quick and easy-to-read format.

Do you know that when you replace your switch with a softswitch, you lose embedded monitoring? This can wipe out visibility of your valuable infrastructure. This "Telecom Switch Monitoring" white paper prepares you for the loss of embedded monitoring.

This guide also provides you with a list of 9 essential functions that embedded switch monitoring CAN'T perform, including measuring analog values and reporting alarms via alternate path.

Do you know the difference between an effective switch-monitoring system and one that simply won't meet your needs? "Telecom Switch Monitoring" teaches you the 7 key elements of an advanced monitoring solution. Multi-protocol support and email/pager notifications are just two essential components of an effective switch monitoring system.

The white paper also contains case studies of real world professionals within the Telecom industry. These studies highlight the successful deployments of monitoring systems and the essential role of switch monitoring in real-world networks.

If you have a third-party operation that handles your entire switch monitoring, you might think this information is useless. But do you have a plan in case your third-party outsourcing fails? What if your contract is up and it doesn't get renewed? What would happen if this third-party goes out of business, or terminates their switch monitoring services from the company? You'll need this guide to show you how to effectively monitor your OWN switches, without relying on someone else.

Don't wait ... Download your copy of the "Telecom Switch Monitoring" white paper today at http://www.dpstele.com/switch_wp.

Contact: Andrew Erickson, 559-454-1600 Fax: 559-454-1688 Email: aerickson@dpstelecom.comhttp://www.dpstelecom.com/

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com/.

DPS Telecom

CONTACT: Andrew Erickson of DPS Telecom, +1-559-454-1600,
Fax: +1-559-454-1688, aerickson@dpstelecom.com

Web site: http://www.dpstelecom.com/
http://www.dpstele.com/switch_wp

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