Incognito Insights

A Truly Open API

This information between the customer device and your system can sometimes appear to be a big mess. One of the pillars on which I have built this company is the value of a ...
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What to Look for in a TR-069 Solution

Right now, most MSOs have a small number of TR-069 devices, and many are undertaking in-lab testing to verify compliance and figure out how to best use this new technology. ...
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DDI – Service Providers are our Specialty

Over the past year, we’ve been bombarded with requests about DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM). If you’re in the market for a DDI solution, let me give you a rundown of some important ...
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Multi-vendor, Multi-device Support

Industry standards help simplify support for all the new gadgets coming out every week. However, it becomes more difficult to support multiple devices when different ...
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5 Ways to Improve Service Assurance and Enhance Subscriber Experience

These days, there is a lot on a cable operator’s mind: the rising costs of programming, competition from Telco and Over-the-Top video, and the ever-increasing demand for ...
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Why IPv4 is not Going Anywhere Soon

We are entering a world of the dual internet protocol. IPv4 and IPv6 will coexist and collaborate for a number of years. In fact, IPv4 may be with us for so many years that it ...
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IPv6 – Should You Take the Leap?

I am bringing this up as I think about IPv6. Should you take the leap? Should you be the first? Do you want to see everyone else in it before you? Unlike skydiving, you won’t ...
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IPTV and the Home Gateway – Part 1

Whichever market you exist in as an operator, video as a monetized service has always been a manageable entity in the service delivery model to consumers. New Hybrid and IP ...
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