Wireless DNA has won the category “PYME Technological Innovation”. The international specialists of the future Smart City solutions, Wireless DNA, have been awarded the prestigious CEPYME Award 2017 (Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises), during the gala celebrated in Madrid on December 4th, 2017, in presence of the president of the government, Mariano Rajoy, the president of the Congress, Ana Pastor; the Minister of Employment and Social Security, Fátima Báñez; the president of the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises, Antonio Garamendil; the president of the CEOE, Juan Rosell and the president of the Spanish Federation of Autonomous, Pedro Barato.
Wireless DNA managed to get among the finalists of the category “PYME Technological Innovation” despite the more than 300 candidacies received in the fourth edition of these awards, whose objective is to recognize companies that contribute directly to economic and social progress, besides creating employment. Today, the jury’s decision has fallen on Wireless DNA, which fought against three other companies. Wireless DNA provides the largest company in telecommunications of the world and has more than 20 years of experience in telecommunication networks, technology platforms and intelligent big data analysis in real time. From Israel to Mexico, Wireless DNA works in all over the world and has projects in America, Europe, Asia and Africa; all from its offices in Mallorca.
After a strategic synergy with 2GN, the social and solidarity platform of the neighborhood economy, and Meteoclim, a leader company in meteorology and climatology; Wireless DNA prepares for 2018 an ambitious and revolutionary project, maintaining commitments to develop sustainable and telecommunication. A new concept of Smart City system that guarantees the citizens efficient management of environment resources, putting the intelligent technology and services to the society. After this prestigious recognition, Wireless DNA has received the second prize during the year 2017; since the acts of 15th, Anniversary of Parc Bit, the nerve center of technology in the Balearic Islands, Wireless DNA was awarded for its brilliant career with the award dedicated to the most internationalized company; highlighting the innovation and the quality of intelligent technology.
About 300 people participated this Tuesday in the open day of ParcBit and companies it host, during this visits Wireless DNA has opportunity to bring more light on innovation and new technology use in daily basis works of Wireless DNA Network Operation Center and Network Optimization.
The jury of the IV edition of the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises – CEPYME Awards, has chosen the winners in this edition, among a total of 323 nominations presented. The ceremony will be held on December 4, 2017 in Madrid.
What is a Network Operations Center?
A Network Operations Center (NOC) is the place where network administrators supervise and maintain a telecommunication network, its performance and its quality. Network Operations Center personnel are responsible for network performance monitoring, equipment and installation failures, communication line alarms (such as data stream errors, framing errors, line coding errors, and circuits down), physical and logical security breaches and other performance issues that may affect the network and degrade service. Enterprises with huge networks and large network service providers use Network Operations Center to support users and network clients with remote network monitoring and management as well providing professional services automation and intelligent network performance management.
How Network Operations Center looks like?
Network Operations Center are frequently laid out with several rows of desks, all facing a big screen wall with latest technology, which typically shows details of highly significant alarms, ongoing incidents and general network performance. As well news or weather TV channel, as this can keep the Network Operations Center engineers aware of current events which may affect the network or systems they are responsible for. Individual engineer desks are generally assigned to a specific network, technology or area. NOC engineers may have several computer monitors on their desk, with the extra monitors used for monitoring the systems or networks covered from that desk.
What exactly Network Operation Center do?
Network Operation Center team support engineers and telecommunication technicians that are in charge of monitoring and detecting every endpoint possible within a managed network. NOC team supports everything from network infrastructure health, network security and quality assurance to provide with the best possible network services in real time. Besides they execute configuration adjustments to ensure all networks are running efficiently. NOC as well provides intelligent network solutions, allows to predict anticipated service demand and adjust network performance for this demand.
Why Network Operators needs a Network Operations Center services?
Network Operations Center with intelligent network management can bring network operators to the next level, using AI technology to increase performance and profitability of the network, allows to prevent from network failures, network optimization, reduce network outages to keep end users service experience at the best.
Providing network audit and network certification, will align any telecommunication infrastructure with network operators business goals, development and strategy.