A network controller, also known as a network control operator or network control technician, is a tech specialist who monitors the overall engineering infrastructure of an organization. They continuously plan, design, and evaluate to ensure network performance is not compromised. The main job of a network control operator is to maintain the network through keeping a close eye on the performance of the network as well as manages issues through routine troubleshooting. If the problems lie within a complex network, they do advanced troubleshooting. They work closely with an engineering team to provide network architecture design and recommend new technologies to enhance current performance. https://www.fieldengineer.com/skills/what-is-a-network-controller-2/
Steady infrastructure investment financing telecommunications growth in Asia has led to a considerable demand for engineering talent to fill telecom jobs. https://www.fieldengineer.com/blogs/infrastructure-projects-asia-include-vast-telecoms-budgets-engineers-needed-fieldengineer-com-can-help/
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