Network Operation Centres
Design and Installation
The system is designed so that:
- Remote access and management is built-in
- SLA and break-fix expectations are clear and realistic from the outset
During the installation phase, Speedcast Engineers will train key staff in basic diagnostics and troubleshooting, so that problems are identified quickly.
Monitoring and Management
Once a service goes live, it is monitored remotely 24/7/365, using monitoring tools which include:
- Monitoring of all satellite signals
- SNMP/IP monitoring of key network devices
- Traffic flow into and out of each port
You will receive a monthly service report including:
- Summary of Tickets
- Bandwidth Utilisation
- Service Level Availability
- Service recommendations
Please contact your Regional Service Desk if you require this reporting.
Speedcast monitoring system often allows identification and elimination of problems before they are visible to users.
Speedcast operates a 24-hour helpline for fault reporting.
All faults and problems are dealt with through a ticket system. You can receive e mail notification for fault tickets and have secure web-browser access.
A trouble ticket (TT) is opened for every service problem regardless of source (customer call or network originated). Fault clearance starts immediately after TT opening.
Our engineers will initiate remote diagnostics and will work with your onsite team to resolve the fault. If required, we will mobilise our techs to the remote site.
During fault resolution, Speedcast will provide updates to the Customer by telephone, e-mail, or in person.
An outage ends when we notify the customer that the Service has been repaired. The Customer may test the Service before accepting clearance.