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Voice NOC Technicians provide technical support to clients, respond to their requests promptly by prioritizing and allocating them, monitor and resolve voice network issues, design, configure, implement, and provide support for VoIP installations whenever the need arises, evaluate wiring problems and fix them, assess and state solutions for voice communication issues, plan and suggest systems management software and network hardware, customize network design and architecture so that it ensures compliance and capacity planning, take ownership for the entire configuration, make sure maintenance of routers, switches, and other devices in place for the voice systems, and ensure that voice services are reliable, scalable, and available.

Voice Network Technicians carry out real-time assessments of issues related to voice, networking, and products. They interact with clients to understand their requirements and sort out their problems, and if the environment is undergoing modifications, they need to manage network activities without disrupting the operations of network, server, and clients.

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ravi teja Oct 22 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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They assess existing systems to provide sufficient security to ensure that they meet the needs of all the users and coordinate with all the departments in an organization so that the systems are working efficiently. They analyze business requirements to identify where they can integrate new hardware, operating systems, and connectivity solutions.

An architect can also suggest improvements or other technologies to top management.

Falling under their ambit would also be making recommendations for the design and reviewing procedures for new systems. Moreover, Network Solutions Architects assess existing systems so that they provide sufficient security to meet the needs of the users. They coordinate with all departments in an organization so that the system is functioning efficiently.

They need to conceive meticulous plans to integrate new systems’ architectures into existing infrastructure. Following the integration of a new system, Infrastructure Architects take a proactive lead in assessing a project’s success, recognizing lessons learned, and best practices.

They configure and test hardware and software, select apt network equipment, and procure the software and hardware tools in line with an organization’s purchasing policies.

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ravi teja Oct 18 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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The OSP Engineer’s job is to observe and maintain existing and ongoing projects. The engineer ensures that everyone in their charge follows all network quality requirements. The ability to multitask and work in coordination with the team provides an added advantage.

The following list defines some roles that play a prominent part of this job profile:

  • Adheres to the industry standard regarding construction and maintenance of the entire OSP structure
  • Assumes full responsibility for the safety and security of the existing OSP facility
  • Determines the scope, budget, and schedules for existing and new OSP projects
  • Submits weekly project status reports to the reporting managers
  • Delivers project installations within the stipulated time
  • Follows engineering standards and work as per market engineering specifications
  • Develops aerial and underground fiber route maps and executes tasks such as route analysis
  • Assumes charge of fiber optic verification and all cable route mapping activities
  • Maintains records of all fiber cable splicing and topography
  • Develops mitigation and restoration procedures for emergency conditions
  • Possesses proper knowledge of CAD and other software applications used to create engineering designs
  • Inspects OSP networks

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ravi teja Oct 17 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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The job of these engineers includes planning, designing, implementing, and testing of all aspects of wireless networks. For this, they need to understand in detail the network topologies and communication protocols, the various wireless devices, and switching products. Also, they suggest recommendations for improving network architecture to meet changing business requirements.

They are also responsible for creating documentation for best practices of wireless LANs, securing infrastructure of the network by deploying firewall and anti-virus software, analyzing network performance of mobile applications, verifying the performance and quality of radio frequency (RF), and devising plans for optimizing the wireless network, among others.

Moreover, they should know enterprise routing protocols, such as BGP, OSPF, and EIGRPP and so on.

To become a WiFi Network Engineer, a candidate must have at least a bachelors’ degree in engineering, information systems, and computer sciences or any other related disciplines. Individuals endeavoring to work in this field should also be proficient in troubleshooting and diagnostics, problem-solving, communication and documentation, time management, and network specifications.

Furthermore, they require certifications, such as Certified Wireless Network Professional (CNWP), Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) or Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) or Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) or Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional (ACCP) to be abreast of the latest in wireless networking.

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ravi teja Oct 12 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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A Printer Technician’s first and foremost duty is to install the printers and configure them on the network. If supplemental parts are required to keep the printer running, the Printer Technicians might be responsible for procurement and installation of those parts.

Technicians have to ensure papers are loaded correctly in all printers to minimize paper jams and reduces maintenance calls. In case of a mechanical issue, the Printer Technician repairs and replaces faulty parts.

The technicians will be responsible for the timely and cost effective maintenance and repair of office product equipment and for promoting and maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction with our service and products.

The technicians must be able to successfully complete and possess the following.

  • Maximize equipment up-time through timely response and effective and efficient repair with selective customer training to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and think independently.
  • Mechanical and electrical aptitude and demonstrated
  • Ability to train the end users.

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ravi teja Oct 11 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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A PC Engineer specializes in all of the internal electronic components of personal computers. PC Engineers, at times referred to as hardware engineers, troubleshoot and test new designs of hardware as well as computer parts such as microchips, modems and other related components. They provide services and technical support to individual computer systems. In our digital age, PC Engineers remain essential to Telecom and IT departments.

They assemble, configure and maintain the hardware and software of personal and corporate computer systems. In an organization, PC Engineers are accountable for managing IT networks, the set-up of routers, installation of PC software and system providing tech support to both internal and external customers.

  • They handle the user tickets for computer peripherals, software, and network.
  • Assists and educates internal and external stakeholders to ensure successful computing.
  • Diagnoses and fixes technical problems.
  • To perform remote troubleshooting for distant client systems.
  • Designs and tests the computer system for better client experience.
  • Provides tailored support for computer applications to meet user needs.
  • To maintain technical and solutions log sheets.
  • Follows up with clients to ensure their systems are functional.
  • To create technical documentation and user manuals.

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ravi teja Oct 10 '18 · Tags: network, telecom, technology
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The ISP (Inside plant) Engineer is responsible for the development and design of intricate inside plant equipment installations, modifications, and upgrades. In the Telecom world, the term “inside plant” refers to all the cabling and equipment installed in the Telecommunication facility. This includes main distribution frames (MDF) and protectors. These engineers play an essential role, mainly in data centers, for the structured cabling of all on-site installations.

Inside Plant, Engineers collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders including capacity, network architecture and field engineers. Plant engineers ensure that requirements are met for all structured cabling inside the plant. Engineers support and maintain plant network elements and their connection requirements.

ISP Engineers require the following skills for professional success:

  • Product design experience
  • Expertise in troubleshooting outages
  • Performance optimization
  • Analog/digital modulation
  • Detail conversion
  • Design review

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ravi teja Oct 9 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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Infrastructure Engineer, will be responsible for designing, building, deploying and maintaining an IT infrastructure, using the latest technology. An IT infrastructure consists of all the IT systems that support a community or business of any size, and helps them to function efficiently.

Most professionals entering the job market need a four year bachelor’s degree in a computer science or information technology field. The basic education for this professional is more generalized, yet additionally fixated on making the entire network function appropriately.

Because the skill set of infrastructure engineers is complex, a four year bachelor’s degree is usually not enough. Once working in the professional field, most professionals holding this position will likewise require special certifications. The certification required will generally depend on the hiring company, but usually are those offered by Microsoft, Cisco and Red Hat. Common certifications for this profession might be MCITP, CCNP or VCP amongst others.

If you are looking for an opportunity to work as freelance infrastructure engineer Top Freelance Marketplace like FieldEngineer has an open position for you to showcase your skills directly to businesses that are actively seeking contractors!

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ravi teja Oct 8 '18 · Tags: technology, network, telecom
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The Printer Technician is a professional who install new printers, configure printers on network, maintain and ensures the proper function of standalone printers or Network Printers. The Printer Technician takes care of the regular and routine repairs including replacements such as new ink cartridges. The Printer Technician must be comfortable copying, faxing, producing images and other printer-related issues. As a professional, working in coordination with information technology staff, you will assist in resolving underlying problems with the network.

Keeping track of the ink levels in the printer cartridges on a daily basis allows the Printer Technician to replace ink cartridges as necessary.

The Printer Technician must know how to maintain laser printers by keeping aware of new software applications as well as advancements in laser printing hardware. It is the Printer Technician’s responsibility to perform regular maintenance activity at times when that maintenance will not interfere with regular production work.

Apart from the regular servicing and replacement, the Printer Technician might also troubleshoot network configuration issues for the network printers to function properly. Technicians will be Coordinating with the IT to address any upgrade of their antivirus and network patches to ensure security.

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ravi teja Sep 28 '18 · Tags: technology, network, telecom
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Wireless Site Surveys are conducted using devices and software that collect and analyses WLAN metrics and RF spectrum properties. Valid range is set defining the area in which wireless connectivity is required. During the survey, a surveyor walks the facility with a portable computer that continuously records data. Each location surveyed is marked manually or through GPS and these statistics are collected:

There are three types of site survey in which a specialist performs:

  • Passive:
    In this type of survey, WLAN traffic is monitored to detect possible access points and measure the signal strength and noise level.
  • Active:
    During the active survey wireless adapters are associated with multiple access points. The active survey checks the performance post-deployment the wireless network. If any error is found for data transfer, then it can be fixed.
  • Predictive:
    In this type of survey, the RF modeling is created using mockup tools. Virtual access points are placed on the given area of the network to estimate the expected coverage.

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ravi teja Sep 26 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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The Infrastructure Technician is an IT professional who delivers technological support to external and internal customers. Technicians enable customer success in assisting client utilization of technology in their jobs at home or at the office. They use several tools for solving technical problems and for managing client issues.

In the IT field, these technicians play an essential role in the smooth functioning of computer hardware, software, and networks. They thus assist in maintaining an organization’s vital productivity. Also called first or second line support, they are responsible for active maintenance of organization IT assets.

Technicians provide end-user PC hardware application trouble resolution, along with support for other IT assets onsite, such as the Local Area Network (LAN), servers and email. Technicians are responsible for the design, procurement, installation and configuration of all IT infrastructure that supports the efficient use of technology at the site. This includes power consumption, monitoring hardware and software and disaster recovery.

Technicians respond to user requests and service desk referrals when troubleshooting computer software, hardware, peripherals or production-related equipment issues. They prioritize issues based on complexity, urgency and potential negative impact on an organization. They track and document all incidents until the issue gets resolved.

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ravi teja Sep 25 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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Wireless Site Surveys are conducted using devices and software that collect and analyses WLAN metrics and RF spectrum properties. Valid range is set defining the area in which wireless connectivity is required. During the survey, a surveyor walks the facility with a portable computer that continuously records data. Each location surveyed is marked manually or through GPS and these statistics are collected:

There are no specific educational requirements to become a Freelance Site Survey Specialist, but a minimum of a degree in Telecommunication engineering and related field along with experience is required.

Freelance Wireless Site Survey Specialists are trained professionals who survey proposed wireless network installations. Their work identifies potential:

  • Coverage
  • Data Rates
  • Network Capacity
  • Roaming Capability
  • Quality of Service (QoS)

A well-performed wireless site survey is essential to creating a wireless network delivered on time and within budget.

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ravi teja Sep 24 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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Inside Plant Engineers and field, personnel will take field notes and make design considerations at MDF and IDF locations.

Generally, the ISP Engineer is involved with overall maintenance of the inside plant installation as well as with new equipment. This includes network, data center, WAN, and LAN hardware in addition to systematic upgrades as required.

Out of several other duties, the standard job description of this position is as follows:

  • Laying the groundwork for the creation of drawings of the plant and the detailed specifications of its maintenance record
  • Drafting essential processes of Inside Engineering
  • Coordinate with Network engineering, supply chain, and Infrastructure delivery teams.
  • Support the installation of a new product under regulatory compliance
  • Oversee site survey information to determine the placement of new equipment, parts required for installation, cable type and connections, power equipment needs and outside cabinet modifications and cooling requirements
The average salary of this position, per paysa, is $83,955 to $94,737 per annum. Salaries vary from one organization to another depending on whether employment is full or part-time. Freelancing can offer good opportunities for employment. In the Telecom world, Top Freelance Marketplaces like FieldEngineer provide an exclusive platform for freelance engineers.

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ravi teja Sep 21 '18 · Tags: network, telecom, technology
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  • Possess good knowledge of customer ticketing software and internal ticketing system to provide proper customer support.
  • Must identify and resolve simple server hardware failures to include the replacement of failed hardware components.
  • Troubleshoot operating system storage issues such as disk management and other technologies.
  • Demonstrate high levels of passion and enthusiasm when providing support to all customers and coworkers.
  • Conversant with building, repairing and upgrading required hardware components.
  • Possess sound knowledge of operating systems, networking, security, and/or storage technologies.
  • Proficiency with productivity software and experience with monitoring tools will be an added advantage.
  • Coordination with Data Center Operations and risk management teams to implement management processes and policies.
  • Provide investigation documentation, tracking, and reporting of overall asset inventory.
  • Provide assistance in operating, monitoring, maintaining, and responding to abnormal conditions in facility systems.
  • Command the installation, cabling for power and network connections, and initial configuration of servers, network equipment, and other Data Center nodes.
  • Collaborate with different teams to coordinate equipment installation, repairs, and improvements.

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ravi teja Sep 20 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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An Outside-Plant Engineer (OSP) plays a prominent role within the Telecom Industry. The primary responsibility of an OSP Engineer revolves around the construction and maintenance of plant infrastructure, design, and engineering as well as a providing a route analysis of underground & aerial fiber optic installations. These engineers are the backbone of telecom and service provider companies since they are the primary designers of the entire Fiber network.

The Outside-Plant Engineer provides immediate assistance to clients when issues arise. For example, if a climatic problem exists, they ensure that all of the new installations are in place and that system productivity is not affected.

The OSP candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering or any field related to it. They can pursue electrical and/or electronics engineering, electrical and/or electronics communications engineering or telecommunications engineering. These courses will provide extensive knowledge on various subjects such as fiber optic cable splicing, CAD, networking and other related fields.

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ravi teja Sep 19 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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A LAN Technician is an educated professional who ensures smooth and seamless network functionality in an enterprise environment. They follow guidelines designed to meet the particular business’s objectives.

If you are considering a career in technology or one in a related field, consider obtaining a degree in computer science, information technology or a related field. To obtain a better foothold in the meantime, consider earning a certification in this field as well. This will make you stand out in the global marketplace.

With the current surge in technological advancement, the demand for technicians remains high when compared to other IT-related jobs. These technicians are noticeably in demand by corporations that wish to maintain their computer networks and obtain better performance from them using either a full-time or freelance technician.

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ravi teja Sep 18 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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