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New White Paper: Essentials of TL1
You probably still have a sizeable investment in TL1, even though it's considered a legacy protocol. Your valuable gear, especially SONET and legacy equipment, depends on your TL1 knowledge. Download this white paper to learn mission-critical TL1 information in a quick summary format. Web Link Download White Paper

T/Mon SLIM bridges the gap between protocols

TL1 Gateway Device: T/Mon SLIM
Are you wasting your budget by running multiple masters? If you're hiring staff and training operators to run multiple monitoring systems, you're incurring a lot of unnecessary expense. Read on to see how the T/Mon SLIM can integrate your SNMP and TL1 alarms into one cohesive system, saving you from the unnecessary expense associated with multiple systems.
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All West Communications Eliminates Costly & Dangerous Windshield Time with Advanced Alarm Monitoring
All West Communications has been serving Utah customers since 1912. With microwave sites at 10,000-foot elevations, poor monitoring means expensive and dangerous snowmobile trips. After participating in a DPS Web Demonstration, All West invested in a T/Mon NOC, a fleet of NetGuardians, and SiteCAM integrated surveillance. Learn how increased network visibility is eliminating unnecessary site visits and accelerating repair operations. Web LinkRead Full Story

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Darcy Kunz
All West Communications

2007 DPS Product Showcase
Our 2007 product showcase features exciting new products from DPS Telecom, as well as some of our most popular client favorites. These powerful monitoring tools will lower your costs and boost your revenue, potentially adding millions to your bottom line. The DPS 2007 Product Showcase includes product profiles, real client success stories, links to helpful white papers, and handy tips from our expert engineers. This is the definitive hard-copy collection of DPS monitoring technology solutions.
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Deploy an Alarm Point Conditioner to Gain Visibility of Non-Standard Alarm Signals
If you aren't monitoring CMOS, TTL, -Battery, and Bi-Polar signals just because your RTU can only accept dry or ground closures, you're running a big risk of missing a critical alarm. The Alarm Point Conditioner (APC) from DPS can help you protect your equipment investment. Read on to see how the APC can provide you with complete visibility of non-standard alarm signals. Web LinkRead Full Story

The DPS Alarm Point Conditioner (APC) has dual uses

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New Techno Knowledge Paper: Setting up Derived Controls in Your NetGuardian
There are some instances where you should make a human confirmation before issuing a control (like discharging a halon or similar system). In many cases, however, routine controls can and should be issued automatically by your monitoring system. Generators can fail and tower lights can go dark. An automatic response from your monitoring system will correct the problem within seconds. The results will also be reported to you, so you'll know what's happening with your network. Download this white paper to learn how to setup Derived Controls in your NetGuardian.

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Letters from Real DPS Clients


In Praise of DPS...

"I just wanted to take a moment and extend my amazement at your company's technical capabilities... Things just seem to click so well... I wish all my vendors were this savvy!"

-Dennis Edholm
Enventis Telecom

At my company, TL1 is:
A protocol we must be fluent in, we use it every day
A protocol we use, but it's "behind the scenes"
Not a protocol we use
Web LinkView Results From Last Month's Survey: My company's T1 availability is...

Eric Storm, President of DPS Telecom
Eric Storm
Eric Storm, President of DPS Telecom

Welcome to Summer!

Welcome to summer. Kids are out of school. The days are longer. It's that time of year when many people go on vacation. If you are going on vacation, all of us at DPS hope you have a great time. Here's a quick DPS vacation checklist:

  • Make sure all your remote monitoring equipment is up prior to you trip.
  • Has the person filling in for you been to DPS Factory Training?
  • Have you rescheduled your T/Mon to... Web LinkRead Full Letter

DPS Live Meeting Rooms - Immediate Answers To Your Network Monitoring Questions
Get All the Answers You Need in Less Than 45 Minutes

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Live Guided Tour

DPS Live Meeting Rooms allow you to get immediate answers about your network reliability in a personal web conference. You can see a live, personalized demonstration of network reliability solutions from the convenience of your workstation. By combining video/teleconferencing and real-time messaging, we create a virtual conference room where you can view presentations & application overviews from our Applications Engineers.

Call 1-800-693-0351 to setup your live meeting today.

  • DPS Telecom Product Line Overview
  • T/Mon NOC Remote Alarm Monitoring System
  • NetGuardian 832A
  • NetGuardian 216
  • SNMP Alarm Remote Overview

DPS Factory Training
Learn the Key to Making Your Job Easier

Upcoming DPS Factory Training Events: July 30-August 2 & September 10-13

There's still time to get into the next session of the most effective training program in the alarm monitoring industry. DPS Factory Training is hands-on, challenging, comprehensive and requires no tuition for qualified applicants. Sign up early and reserve your seat at the next upcoming Factory Training Events, July 30-August 2 and September 10-13 at DPS headquarters in sunny California. Sign up quickly because seating is limited.

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