Heading back from this year’s Incognito Community Exchange (ICE), feeling somewhat exhausted (even though I’m not even the main guy putting the event together), I couldn’t help but reflect on why we put together such an event in the first place, year after year. Continue Reading
As President Stephane Bourque wraps up his closing remarks, we have now completed the sixth edition of our user conference. Originally called the Incognito Global User Conference, it has now flown under the name Incognito Community Exchange (ICE) for several years. We’ve stuck with this name for so long not because it’s a great acronym, but because it best reflects what we want to achieve every time we run a conference. Continue Reading
Cord cutting. The term is often attributed to subscribers cancelling their TV service. Often, it is replaced with a comparable over-the-top (OTT) service, or a combination of various services such as Netflix and MLB.TV to cover specific demands. The obvious effect to this is that an increasing number of services now rely on the data pipe, and bandwidth consumption across all networks is growing with no signs of stopping. But the TV cable is not the only cord being cut. Almost all devices today ship with WiFi connectivity — and many new devices no longer accept an Ethernet cable. Continue Reading
Boot Camp is our hands-on workshop that takes place the day before the Incognito Community Exchange. We call it the Boot Camp because each year we attempt to cram in as many lab exercises and technical sessions we can. As our products and solutions grow, so do the opportunities to include additional activities. While it may be hard for attendees at Boot Camp to keep up, it also requires careful planning and preparation to make it happen. Continue Reading
The annual Incognito Community Exchange (ICE) event is less than 2 weeks away! Have you registered yet?
This year’s conference promises to be our best one yet, with a full schedule of presentations and panels on vital industry topics such as NFV, SDN, CCAP, DOCSIS 3.1, IPv6 transition, and FTTx provisioning solutions.
If that alone isn’t enough to convince you, here are 5 other reasons you won’t want to miss out on this year’s ICE: Continue Reading
This week, we held the fifth edition of our user conference, Incognito Community Exchange (ICE) in Las Vegas. ICE is where we showcase what we’re doing at Incognito to help our customers succeed with their operations. ICE is where we get industry leaders together to share their wealth of expertise. ICE is where we help our customers eke out an extra drop from their Incognito investments. ICE is where we get to listen to and learn from our users firsthand. Continue Reading
Have you ever wondered what other operators are planning to do with network function virtualization? How about CCAP or DOCSIS 3.1? These are some of the questions I’ve been hearing lately, because people always want to know what the best industry practices are when it comes to new technology. And that’s exactly what they can expect to find out at Incognito Community Exchange (ICE). Continue Reading
While the Incognito Software blog is not a platform where I normally provide company updates, I have some exciting and important news that I would like to share today. Yesterday, Volaris Group Inc. announced that it has acquired Incognito Software. Continue Reading