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 … Continue reading “Your Guide to FTTH Connect 2016”

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 … Continue reading “Your Guide to Broadband World Forum 2015”

By Incognito Software on October 7, 2015

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 … Continue reading “Guest Blog: Top 6 Reddit AMA Questions with ARIN CEO”


This FAQ contains some common questions about IP address management (IPAM) for service providers. We hope it answers your IPAM query, but if not, feel free to reach out to our team with your question.

By Incognito Software on January 20, 2014

Automating Work with the Address Commander JDK

The Address Commander Java Development Kit (JDK) can save you a great deal of time — and reduce the potential for errors — when customizing your IP address management solution. The following use case outlines a scenario where the JDK may be used to automate workflow in Address Commander. 

By Incognito Software on September 25, 2013