Mass Computer Management
Mass Computer Management is a catch phrase that refers
to the configuration and maintenance of large numbers of intelligent
devices, including various types of servers, and network-specific
devices such as routers. A typical ISP (Internet Service Provider)
for example must maintain both servers and routers in order to
provide effective service to its customers.
Most of us undoubtedly rely on at least one ISP to provide a
conduit to the world wide web, and have certainly been inconvenienced
by instances in which our ISP's equipment has stopped responding.
The result, of course, is to repeatedly reach the "The requested
URL could not be retrieved" page, indicating that ISP service
has been temporarily suspended. ISPs can reduce response time,
and in doing so improve customer satisfaction, by making use of
MOXA NPower Commander to provide remote OnOff control of various
electronic equipment, and safe shutdown/reboot capability for
Windows NT/2000 servers.
NPower Commander is a Network Power Switch Server that provides
OnOff control of most electronic equipmentby phone, over
an ISP-PPP connection, or over a TCP/IP network. Furthermore,
the NPower Commander NT-model allows you to safely shut down and
reboot Windows NT/2000 servers. Including NPower Commander as
part of a network management solution gives ISP system administrators
an efficient way to take care of their equipment, leaving more
time to attend to other important tasks.
Increased system uptime, reduces faulty manual operations.