VANCOUVER, BC (February 1, 2010) – Incognito Software, a global provider of carrier-grade provisioning solutions today announced the addition of CALEA reporting to its Address Commander software. A live demonstration of this capability, along with IPv6 planning and management capabilities, will be held at CableLabs®‘ Winter Conference 2010 in Denver, February 7-11, 2010.
Address Commander, Incognito’s carrier-grade IP address management software, now not only supports the planning, management and reporting of IPv4 and IPv6 dual stack network resources, but also CALEA reporting for law enforcement compliance. Address Commander can also be integrated with DHCP solutions enabling it to automatically capture DHCP scope configurations of regional deployments and detect problematic DHCP configurations. This, combined with the software’s comprehensive tracking and reporting abilities, provide service providers unprecedented visibility into how their addresses are being utilized.
“The new capabilities add to Address Commander’s repository of service provider focused functionalities,” said Chris Busch, Vice President of Broadband Technologies at Incognito Software. “We are helping service providers tackle their unique IPAM challenges and migrate to IPv6.”
About Incognito Software Systems Inc.
Incognito Software Systems provides end-to-end device provisioning, service activation, and resource management solutions for communication service providers. Incognito streamlines every step of the service fulfillment process with a turnkey fiber solution that provides fast entry to the fiber market for greenfield and established operators alike. By simplifying back-office automation and offering a unified service catalog, Incognito enables best-in-class service fulfillment and customer experience assurance. Since 2014, Incognito has been part of Volaris Group, an operating group of software and services provider Constellation Software Inc. More than 160 million subscribers worldwide are currently provisioned by solutions from Incognito.