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What to Expect at This Year’s Incognito Community Exchange

What to expect at ICE 2017

We’re just two weeks away from this year’s Incognito Community Exchange (ICE) in Orlando, Florida! If you’re still looking for reasons to attend, read on to check out some of the presentation and event highlights that you will gain access to by registering today.

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Need More Tools in Your WiFi Network Kit?

The growing subscriber appetite for mobility of IP services has caused worldwide WiFi-usage rates to reach unprecedented highs. A recent trends and analysis report predicted that by 2020, wired devices will account for 34 percent of IP traffic while WiFi and mobile devices will account for 66 percent of IP traffic.

The rapid rise of WiFi utilization is seen in two distinct areas: high penetration rates of service provider WiFi within the subscriber home and increased adoption of public WiFi hotspots.

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How Could Changes to Net Neutrality Rules Affect Broadband Providers and Their Subscribers?

Net Neutrality regulations within the United States have been a topic of much debate over the past decade, and it’s recently come to the front page of major news outlets again. With a new FCC chair in place, and already some Internet regulatory changes being pushed down the pipeline, broadband providers and subscribers alike are scrambling to discover what the future holds for Internet access and user rights.

Follow the link below to read commentary from Incognito CEO Stephane Bourque on what broadband providers and their subscribers can expect to see from the coming changes to Net Neutrality rules:

https://telecomreseller.com/2017/03/13/how-could-changes-to-net-neutrality-rules-affect-broadband-providers-and-their-subscribers/

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Gaining Better Network Edge Visibility with Automated IPAM

Large Communication Service Providers (CSPs) that provide transit to their customers need to pay special attention to those network segments to ensure that the IPs associated to them are actually being used. What happens should that customer move on or require more (or less) IP real estate? What do communication and management processes look like to ensure that all the various departments are aligned for rapid and seamless network configuration changes with no downtime? These are issues that you should rely on your IPAM solution to resolve; otherwise, what good is it?

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What Fixed Broadband Can Learn From Mobility About Fair Unlimited Services

Unlimited mobile data is seeing a resurgence, with all major carriers in the USA offering some form of unlimited services. Looking at these next generation unlimited services reveals innovation lessons that are relevant to fixed broadband providers who are attempting to address exponential growth in bandwidth consumption.

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Tradeshow Recap: Mobile World Congress 2017

Barcelona

The trek to the tech mecca was on last week in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress. Of course, the news, the hype, and the crowd are all mind-bogglingly big! One piece of news that caught my eye the first day was when one of the speakers threw out a piece of data: In the eyes of consumers, mobile operators’ reputations trend just above the tobacco industry!

That’s not very good. So, what gives?

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The Wired Operator in a Wireless World, Part 3: Offering Tailored Promotions to Improve Return on Investment

Offering Tailored Promotions to Improve Return on Investment

Visibility into usage habits and trends makes it easier to understand what new products should be offered, and to whom. With the right solution, you can identify when a customer should be offered a different package or media access, or a trial upgrade to better suit their bandwidth utilization history, traffic hours, traffic type, and subscriber type (business or residential).

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