Vietnam's first network control center opens in Hanoi

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Vietnam's first network control center (NCC) opened on August 9 in Hanoi, providing the "best" service to Pay TV subscribers in Vietnam after a year of test-airing.

According to the investor, An Vien Group, the NCC, considered the most advanced modern one of its kind in Southeast Asia, has a total investment capital of VND150 billion (US$7.5 million).

The center is equipped with 51 big display panels integrated with a system of servers and host computers with latest technology and a specialized operating system to control and access techno- infrastructure across the country.

According to Pham Nhat Vu, chairman of An Vien Group, the investor of Vinpearl and Vincom projects, "the institute serves not only as a TV signal quality supervisor but also provides better quality Pay TV network service at cheaper costs."

To provide the service, An Vien Group will also be the first provider in Vietnam to invest in a network probe to supervise program quality and signals received by TV subscribers.

NCC is located at 15AV, Ho Xuan Huong Street, Hanoi.

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