Incognito Software Announces Provisioning Support for PacketCable 2.0

VANCOUVER, BC (September 13, 2009) – Incognito Software, an industry leader in empowering broadband providers to increase revenue through rapid and easy deployment and provisioning solutions, today released support for PacketCable 2.0 in its device provisioning suite, Broadband Command Center. PacketCable 2.0 enables SIP, VoIP, 3G and multimedia services to work cohesively within service provider networks, thus enabling new services. By supporting this standard, Broadband Command Center allows service providers to reliably provision PacketCable eUE devices on a network-wide basis and to maximize their core investment in PacketCable.

Broadband Command Center is deployed worldwide for provisioning a wide array of multimedia devices including set top boxes for IPTV, MTA, eMTA and SIP phones. “With the introduction of support for PacketCable 2.0 , Broadband Command Center gives customers the ability to deliver rich multimedia services such as presence-based and embedded content applications,” said Chris Busch, VP of Broadband Technologies at Incognito Software.

“Incognito’s commitment to the device provisioning industry continues with its ongoing efforts to support the latest standards and technologies including device provisioning for PON devices and support for IPv6,” remarked Stephane Bourque, Co-Founder and CEO of Incognito Software. “We continue to lead the industry by being vendor independent and supporting the widest array of devices and standards.”

About PacketCable

PacketCable 2.0 is a set of specifications developed by CableLabs, cable operators, and leading communications equipment vendors that extends cable’s VoIP platform’s capabilities beyond basic telephony in support of new services such as wireless, fixed-mobile convergence, business communications, video communications, and cross-platform features. The development of this foundation will fulfill the industry’s vision of having an IP-services delivery platform that allows cable operators to rapidly deploy new services in a cost-effective manner.

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