Network Operations Center (NOC)
Founded in 2006, NocROOM is located at one of the largest internet exchange points in the world, facilitating excellent inter-connectivity with Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. NocRoom is a global provider of optimized network solutions that offer the best possible performance, reliability and availability. Our advanced, IP-based networks deliver data, voice and content to clients and partners world-wide. Offerings include colocation, transit, transport, VoIP and network-based services.
Choosing a reliable partner to host your website is important for your success. At NocRoom, we’re proud to provide hosting that consistently delivers the best in site performance, uptime, security and support.
We use the latest, fastest servers from Dell, HP and SuperMicro, We load our servers more lightly than other hosting providers do. This gives your sites breathing room during busy periods and the ability to run more complex scripts.
We guarantee that the infrastructure delivering connectivity to our hosting servers is available at least 99.995% of the time, excluding scheduled maintenance. We have full redundancy at all levels within our network, and we’re proud to say our network uptime is among the best around.
Our self-healing network architecture virtually eliminates a single point of failure. In addition to our own backbone, we also purchase backup transit from multiple providers in multiple locations to ensure that your data will arrive via the shortest possible routes. Because of our backup transit and the many international peers, our network maintains the shortest routes for sending your data all over the world. On an ongoing basis, we are negotiating with the top fiber carriers for new routes, additional backup transit providers, and we are signing on new peering relationships.
NocRoom’s network utilizes Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 (BGP4) over dark fiber and long haul wavelengths. We always update the router’s software after we have stress tested the latest software on a non-critical router, to make sure it is very stable. The switch that your equipment will ultimately be connected to is connected back to a core router via fiber.