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NOC

NOC

(Network Operations Center) A central or regional location for monitoring a large network. Also called a "network management center" (NMC), "service management center" (SMC) or "network control center" (NCC), a NOC may be used to manage a large enterprise network, telecommunications network or TV broadcasting network. See network control center.
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Muhammad Yaqoob, former chairman of the union council, though verified his signatures on the NOC , said that someone [apparently] had got the signed paper from his office and then prepared the draft on which his original name was not written.
Previous efforts by east Libyan factions to export oil have been blocked under UNSC resolutions recognising the NOC of Tripoli as the sole legitimate seller of Libyan oil.
CONWY NOC - No change C gain 3, Ind gain 1, Lab lose 2, PC lose 2.
Following commercial discoveries, an NOC could legally be established and mandated to manage or hold minority stakes in licenses on behalf of the government -- a classic role for new NOCs in emerging producer countries.
Chairman HEC, Dr Mukhtar Ahmad while appreciating the role of Sir Syed Institute and CASE in education sector, informed the committee that their NOC was valid till 2013 and now they have to get it again after resolving all concerns.
NOC said Agoco employees had "understood" the attempted shipment was "a political attempt to divide the country" and had "resisted pressure to load the vessel".
Among those honoured were Ahmad Al Falasi, President of the UAE Swimming Association (Second Youth Olympic Games, Nanjing, China); Abdul Rahman Al Owais (17th Asian Games, Incheon, South Korea); Saeed Hareb, General Secretary of the Dubai Sports Council (Fourth Beach Games, Phuket, Thailand); Ahmad Al Tayeb, Manager of the UAE NOC Sports and Technical Affairs Committee, and Brigadier Abdul Malik Jani, Member of the UAE NOC Technical Committee.
Soon after taking over at the NOC in 2004 Badri raised its stake in Oilinvest to 70%, from 45%, thus reducing the stakes of the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB) and the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Co.
The applicable operations and elections rules of the NOC will be decided by the NOC General Assembly (subject to approval by the IOC).
Lower network management costs: contracted NOC services from AviatCare reduce operating expenses 25 percent or more compared to in-house NOC services, result of economies of scale-- Improve network uptime: service interruptions are minimized with Aviat Networks proven management/escalation processes based on eTOM[1] compliant tools/processes executed by experienced NOC engineers, and in case of disaster, backup NOC ensures seamless operations
Glencore won 36 cargoes for next year, while Swiss-based trading giants Vitol, Gunvor and Trafigura got contracts worth approximately 18 cargoes, 12 cargoes and four cargoes, respectively, the NOC source said.
But in an apparent break from tradition, the NOC will expand its pool of customers in 2012 to include Europe's major trading houses, along with the country's own trader Oil Libya.