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Tucked away in suburban New Jersey, a crew of 130 people keeps watch on AT&T’s worldwide telecommunications network, looking for hiccups that could be the first sign of trouble. They’re tracking the daily movement of nearly 30 petabytes of data — including 1.4 billion voice calls and 5 billion text messages — as it travels through nearly 1 million miles of fiber-optic cable, tens of thousands of cell sites, and countless switches and routers.
Welcome to AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center — GNOC for short — a state-of-the-art facility in Bedminster, N.J., which serves as mission control for the network at the heart of the company’s business. Behind these walls, network managers route traffic around potential bottlenecks, reallocate resources to match ever-shifting demand, and play a continuous game of cat and mouse with malicious hackers and cybercriminals.
This is network management on a grand scale: AT&T contends that the GNOC is the largest command and control center of its kind in the world. Inside, it looks like something from a movie set. Rows of workstations are arranged before a 12-foot-tall by 350-foot-wide wall that’s packed with 141 screens showing real-time data on the network’s traffic load, performance and other factors.
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