Incognito Insights

Globe Telecom Goes Live to Improve Digital Home Broadband Experience

Globe Telecom, one of the largest and fastest growing mobile, fixed-line, and broadband operators in the Philippines, has revealed they will leverage Incognito’s Digital Home ...
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Incognito partners with Immovate to bring digital home solutions

Incognito has announced that it has inked a partnership deal with Immovate to offer Middle Eastern broadband providers better access to Incognito solutions—helping them to ...
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Incognito and ASSIA aim to improve the digital home experience

With more homes becoming smart and digital, service providers now face the challenge of contending with increasing operational complexity in the residential network and service ...
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2018 Predictions for Communication Service Providers

Happy new year to all the Incognito blog readers. This year, we’ve partnered with our friends at Light Reading to publish my annual industry predictions article.
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Happy Holiday!

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Give Network Administrators a Zero-Impact Firmaware Update Solution

That’s already a handful of manual processes, but imagine doing that over and over for hundreds to thousands of devices, many from different vendors, each with its own unique ...
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Preserving Network Capacity with Network Policies

So how can communication service providers address the growing demand for capacity without breaking the bank on infrastructure costs? For many CSPs the answer is network ...
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Why a Flexible Subscriber Dashboard is the Most Powerful Path Forward

Operators can save themselves a great deal of support costs by constructing intuitive dashboards that limit capabilities and guide non-technical users through the process of ...
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Why Integrating IPAM Matters and How to Achieve It

Unintegrated IPAM can also create risks to subscriber services. When large volumes of IPv4 resources are assigned on a network, name-space collisions caused by duplicate IP ...
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IPv6: What metrics do you measure in infinity?

IPv4 is a finite resource, but IPv6 is huge. The length of an IPv6 address is 128 bits, compared with 32 bits in IPv4. In theory, this means an almost endless number of ...
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