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Network service provider

(also NSP)

Network service provider definition

A network service provider is a company or a business that offers network access to commercial internet service providers (ISP) and large companies. The backbone of the large network clouds utilized all over the world is provided by the NSP. This backbone makes it possible for an individual to connect to an internet service provider in their local area and communicate with groups on other internet service providers located worldwide. It is the responsibility of the network service provider to connect many computer networks together to form the backbone of the global network. Such service providers are accountable for ensuring the network's dependability and optimal performance. For telecommunications firms selling consumer network connections, this level of dependability is essential.

Benefits of network providers:

  • Network service providers have a practical vantage point of how data from different companies, agencies, groups, people, and regions relate to each other.
  • Network service providers are uniquely positioned to collect data from many sites.
  • Network service providers can spot problems due to their unique network activity views.