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Incognito’s Ronan Bracken Helps Win the Prize at TM Forum’s {Open}:Hack Hackathon

Incognito OSS Product Manager, Ronan Bracken, dusted off his coding skills and participated in the TMForum {Open}:Hack hackathon using the TMForum Open APIs. Joining a team of four other ‘hackers’ Ronan helped create a zero-touch provisioning solution to save city water. The solution used trouble tickets, service activation (5G slices), the Internet of Things (IoT), revenue management, and drone control APIs. Continue Reading

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Your Guide to Mobile World Congress 2017

Heading to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress?

MWC is the premier mobile industry trade show of the year, with last year’s event surpassing a record 100,000 visitors from more than 200 countries.

This year, you can expect more than 2,200 companies to showcase cutting-edge technology and services in Barcelona from February 27 to March 2.  

Don’t forget to visit Incognito at Hall 7, Booth #H41 to discover how you can achieve lower OPEX and streamline wireless device management.

Read on to learn about the biggest mobile broadband event on the communications industry calendar — and discover what to see, do, eat, and drink in Barcelona!

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Cable-Tec Expo 2016: Your Guide to the Philadelphia Event

We’re less than one week away from the premier telecommunications engineering show, the SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo 2016. Telco and cable organizations from over 60 countries will be represented at this year’s four-day Philadelphia event, ensuring that the diversity of knowledge will enlighten any lucky attendee with a new vision for the future of the telecom industry. Continue Reading

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Your Guide to FTTH Connect 2016

There’s only one week to go until FTTH Connect unleashes on Nashville, Tennessee. For anyone looking for faster service fulfilment or who have questions about building a fiber strategy, this event is an opportunity to learn about FTTH connectivity from across the world.

The Incognito team is excited to be exhibiting our fiber solution at FTTH Connect this year. We’ve put together this guide to the show and city to help you make the most of your stay. Continue Reading

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Your Guide to Broadband World Forum 2015

Broadband World Forum is one of the world’s largest telecom, media, and technology events. More than 7,800 executives from across the world are expected to attend Broadband World Forum 2015, to be held in London for the first time from October 20-22.

If you haven’t already registered, there’s still time. Visit the BBWF registration page for your free exhibition pass or to register for the conference. As a guest of Incognito, you’re entitled to a 30% discount on conference passes when you quote I8NA3/INGC30.

Don’t forget to come say hello and pick up your free copy of vCPE for Dummies: The Handbook from the Incognito team at booth A1.

Not too sure what to expect from BBWF? Read on to learn about the biggest broadband event of the year — and discover what to see, do, eat, and drink to make the most of your time in old London town!

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Your Guide to SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2015

There’s only a few weeks left until SCTE Cable-Tec Expo takes over the city of New Orleans!

To help you find your way around, we’ve created this guide to the city. Keep reading to find information on where to visit, what to eat, and who to see at the the Cable-Tec Expo.

If you haven’t already, there’s still time to register. Visit the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo registration page.

Feel free to stop by the Incognito software booth (#1109) to say hello and to pick up a free copy of our new vCPE for Dummies handbook.

Enjoy the guide!
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Guest Blog: Top 6 Reddit AMA Questions with ARIN CEO

After the recent announcement that the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) had exhausted its IPv4 resource pool, many communication service providers have raised important questions about what the future holds for Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM).

In a recent Ask Me Anything (AMA) on the popular website Reddit, CEO of ARIN, John Curran, took questions from over one hundred inquisitive Internet users. Here’s a repost from the ARIN blog of the Top 6 Reddit AMA Questions with ARIN CEO, John Curran: Continue Reading

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