INOC becomes part of Allied Fiber's dark fiber community

INOC, a provider of network operating center monitoring, reporting and support services for service providers, has joined Allied Fiber's Dark Fiber Community.

Service providers can access Allied Fiber's Dark Fiber Community, an online vendor directory that includes several elements of the fiber ecosystem, including fiber network equipment, infrastructure and service vendors like INOC.

To date, more than 35 companies have signed up to participate in the Dark Fiber Community.

By making its services available on Allied Fiber's Dark Fiber Community, INOC's NOC capabilities could, for example, remotely monitor the equipment and security of a service provider's new container data centers or other physical hotel space.  

For more:
- see the release

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