Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
Incognito Software, an industry leader of broadband provisioning and service fulfillment solutions, has entered an agreement with Applied Broadband, the IPDR technology and market leader, to partner on a joint subscriber consumption management solution for cable operators. Under the agreement, Pipeline™ Broadband Intelligence, an IPDR collection and analysis suite from Applied Broadband will be integrated into Broadband Command Center, a network-agnostic multi-standard device provisioning solution and Service Activation Center, an end-to-end service fulfillment solution from Incognito Software.
As the increasing number of Internet-enabled devices and online over-the-top services drives up broadband usage, cable operators are looking to streamline the provisioning, activation and management of their network bandwidth to optimize the customer experience while controlling costs. The integration of the Applied Broadband and Incognito products enables operators to have a centralized view and control of a subscriber’s broadband services, from device provisioning and service fulfillment to overall bandwidth usage. The coupling of network-based consumption intelligence with subscriber service and provisioning information creates new opportunities for cable operators to better manage broadband consumption growth and possibly monetize traffic patterns on their networks.
“Against an industry backdrop of multiple service providers rolling out bandwidth caps and other subscriber usage policies, DOCSIS® IPDR collection, analysis, and presentation is the key for cable operators to drive new revenue opportunities, optimize capacity planning and other business goals without creating privacy issues for their subscribers,” said Jason Schnitzer, founder and principal, Applied Broadband. “Incognito’s powerful device provisioning and service fulfillment system enriches the subscriber usage visibility and control provided by Pipeline while opening the door to new product offerings along with complete consumption management and monetization scenarios.”
“The Pipeline™ Broadband Intelligence suite from Applied Broadband compliments our end-to-end service activation and provisioning solutions,” remarked Stephane Bourque, President and CEO of Incognito Software. “This partnership exemplifies of our continual commitment into helping our customers increase efficiencies by streamlining BSS/OSS processes.”
The integrated Applied Broadband and Incognito solution will be generally available worldwide in Spring 2012 and will be supported and sold by Incognito Software.
About Incognito Software
Established in 1992, Incognito Software has enabled broadband providers worldwide to increase their revenue while decreasing operating costs. With research and development focused solely on carrier-grade provisioning and service fulfillment, Incognito is committed to ensuring that clients can rapidly deploy and manage data, voice, and video services across multiple networks with ease. Because they are robust, scalable, and highly configurable, Incognito products are at the forefront of broadband technology. Companies that deploy them remain at the cutting edge of broadband service provisioning and are well positioned to meet changing market demands. For more information, please visit http://www.incognito.com.
About Applied Broadband
Established in 2004, Applied Broadband is a trusted industry advisor to network operators, technology vendors and industry consortiums based on its legacy of innovation and expertise in broadband network architectures, technologies, protocols, standards and software. Applied Broadband offers innovative and practical software components, methodologies and network models to augment internal engineering resources and reduce the cost, time-to-market and risk of deployment for next generation networks and services while enhancing the overall service experience for end customers. For more information, visit http://www.appliedbroadband.com.