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Announcing Incognito Network Monetization and Analytics Platform

Today Incognito announces its Network Monetization and Analytics Platform which will amalgamate the best of two existing product lines — Incognito Bandwidth Activity Reporter and Active Broadband, acquired in 2016 — into a single platform that includes network data collection, analytics and policy control. The platform will provide network operators with improved subscriber insights, data-driven capacity planning, congestion management and fair use data plans. All of this will be possible from one single platform, allowing network operators to deploy different solutions as their priorities and environment evolve.

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Could Your IP Network Use More Automation?

This blog series will talk about how IP management (and various forms of it) form a key part of streamlining and automating a Communication Service Provider’s (CSP) network. Everyone knows that automation is a good thing, but the question is how much automation is appropriate, when to introduce it, and how to incorporate it into the network. Over the next year, I hope to share some of the experiences and lessons learned from people I have worked with. Continue Reading

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The Top Six Considerations for IPAM Network Discovery

What kind of visibility do you currently have on the IP configurations across your entire service provider network? There are ways to view this information, but many times, the process of gathering this data is too difficult to be sustainable. In some cases, operators purchase solutions that go unused. These are common problems I see with numerous service provider IP Management deployments. Continue Reading

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IPAM for Managed IP Services

Over the past few years, I’ve seen telco and cable service providers place a greater emphasis on managed IP services for business (enterprise) customers. These services may include Internet services, virtual private networks (VPN), managed routers, and even internal network management to link the various offices of a business together. Continue Reading

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