Resources Tagged deploying-fiber-services

  • [Webinar Recording] Fiber Service Roll-Out: Activation, Fulfillment, and Assurance

    Strategies for service activation, fulfillment, and ongoing assurance are a contentious subject for many operators as they face rising customer churn rates and tighter budgetary restrictions. What if there was a better way to navigate the challenges of a fiber deployment, activate and assure services to subscribers, and save operational costs?

  • Fiber Services Enablement for Telco

    Discover how the provider overcame integration challenges with an end-to-end service activation solution that supports all the moving parts on their network to become a leading provider of converged services over fiber in Latin America.

  • So You’ve Rolled Out a Fiber Network: What’s Next?

    Worldwide, demand for faster broadband speeds and better service experiences has sparked a new wave of access technology. Fiber optics leads the way due to its gigabit-per-second speeds and relatively inexpensive deployment costs; however, there’s more to deploying fiber than just building the network.

  • Are You Ready for DOCSIS 3.1?

    DOCSIS 3.1 promises 10x capacity throughput and a range of technical benefits for cable providers and users alike. Examine the advantages, the hurdles to implementation, and what you need to consider to prepare your network for a DOCSIS upgrade in this complimentary white paper.

  • Provision, Activate, and Fulfill Services Over FTTx

    A major communication service provider in Singapore is using Incognito Software Systems Inc. solutions to provision, activate, and fulfill services over FTTx (Fiber-to-the-x).

  • FTTx Deployment Strategy eBook Series

    Part one of your three-part guide for implementing, integrating, and activating fiber services as part of a converged network.

  • FTTx Service Orchestration and Fulfillment

    FTTx is the leading solution, but operators must have systems in place that helps them profitably enable devices, manage services, and monitor bandwidth.