This week, we held the fifth edition of our user conference, Incognito Community Exchange (ICE) in Las Vegas. ICE is where we showcase what we’re doing at Incognito to help our customers succeed with their operations. ICE is where we get industry leaders together to share their wealth of expertise. ICE is where we help […]
Your users don’t want to disappoint their sons or daughters with slow speeds when they’re trying to watch the latest animated feature or teen series online. So they do what most people do under pressure from their kids — they purchase a faster Internet speed. This way, they can guarantee that all their family members […]
Your subscribers are now spending more time accessing real-time entertainment online than anything else. In fact, more than 63% of the online data accessed is some form of real-time entertainment — Netflix alone accounts for over half of that. The problem?
Engineering wise, how’s the industry doing? With that question in mind, hundreds descended on Denver for this year’s SCTE Cable-Tec Expo. That question begs to be answered. Really, can we still separate the engineering ‘cool’ stuff from the business chic? By which I mean the business requirements from subscribers who demand communication and entertainment when […]
By now, we’ve all heard this term and we all want to buy some. However, Big Data is not a product, it’s a new way of doing things — you might even say it’s a new philosophy. Slowly, it’s changing the way any business operates, including service providers.
We’ve just wrapped up Incognito’s fourth year of participation in the Broadband World Forum (BBWF) in Amsterdam. BBWF is the world’s largest broadband event, attracting thousands of decision makers from around the globe.
Last week, I spoke about why bandwidth consumption is a vital issue for service providers. Today I’m tackling the second issue in our three-part “Top Issues for MSOs” blog series. I want to focus on one of the most overlooked aspects of broadband services — device management.