Are you getting FCC funding for CAF-II, A-CAM or Alaska Plan?
Will you be ready for mandatory service quality reporting by 2020?
Many US service providers are tapping into regulatory funding to extend broadband access across the country, including FCC CAF-II (Connect America Fund), A-CAM (Alternative-Connect America Model), and Alaska plan. In exchange for receiving government funding, participating service providers need to provide proof of speed and latency performance beginning in early 2020 or risk losing monthly funding with financial penalties.
FCC funding recipients span all tiers of operators, and many are small organizations with limited resources to manage the FCC reporting requirements and schedule. Today, many customer premise equipment (CPE) devices are unmanaged, making it difficult to comply with the FCC test strategy and reporting obligations. Service providers are faced with limited choices – hardware-based appliances that are intrusive to customers and require expensive truck rolls to install and maintain, or open-source software that requires in-house technical development.
Incognito enables participating service providers to meet FCC CAF-II, A-CAM, and Alaska plan USAC weekly speed and latency test reporting requirements with automated and industry-proven remote device management. The Incognito Digital Home Experience Solution, powered by Incognito’s TR-069 Auto Configuration Server, can measure residential subscribers’ service quality by leveraging automated speed and latency testing to fine-tune your network, guarantee compliant results, and keep customers happy. Incognito’s solution is vendor and device neutral – we can manage any device type, from any vendor. The choice is yours!
At a Glance
Adjust device group and subscriber configuration according to your US state and speed tier business rules.
Schedule weekly test campaigns per device group with automated workflows.
Export FCC order compliant reports from ACS dashboard highlighting service quality