The AT&T GNOC is tasked with ensuring continuity of service to AT&T's global network of state-of-the-art IP, data, wireless and all-distance capabilities that their business clients count on to deploy their complex applications around the world. From the GNOC, AT&T monitors and manages a network that services the world’s leading businesses, including all of the Fortune 1000 companies.
In the fall of 2007, AT&T upgraded their monitoring display wall with leading edge DLP® projectors from Christie. Utilizing the latest in custom projection technology, AT&T’s GNOC is now able to more efficiently track and monitor the approximately 10 petabytes of data transmitted on their global network each day. Just for comparison, that equals about a 12 mile stack of CD’s plus approximately 300 million wired and wireless calls on top of that. Depending on the time of day, the GNOC will process anywhere from 1 to 2 million calls in a 5 minute span.
The Christie Advantage
By upgrading to the latest in video wall display technology from Christie, AT&T’s GNOC has experienced results not only with a more efficient facility, but also recognizes real dollar savings via:
- Reduced service costs, due to longer lasting lamps.
- Reduced stress on existing facility infrastructure such as HVAC and electrical systems, due to more efficient projector technology.
- Seamless integration and leading-edge monitoring capabilities: Christie's innovative display solutions allow AT&T to avoid service disruption. In fact, AT&T's immediate coordination of incident response and restoration efforts sets the industry standard for 99.999% network reliability.
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