Spanish MSO Goes Incognito

Flexible solution facilitates the deployment of Docsis 3.0 based devices and services

April 16, 2010

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VANCOUVER -- Incognito Software, a global provider of broadband software provisioning and activation solutions since 1992, and Amper, Spanish leader in integration technologies in broadband and IP Systems, announced today that Euskaltel S.A., the leading cable operator and broadband service provider in the Basque country in Spain, has fully deployed Incognito's Broadband Command Center to automate the provisioning of its data services. Euskaltel required a DOCSIS 3.0-ready, flexible solution with rich integration capabilities to drive seamless device provisioning operations. Incognito was selected over the competition as a result of a competitive RFP process.

Incognito and Amper delivered Broadband Command Center to Euskaltel on time and within budget, enabling dynamic configuration file building via multiple service class identifiers stored in LDAP. The software’s malleability, and Amper’s knowledge of customer needs, provided Euskaltel with the option to further define personalized subscriber-specific options.

"Broadband Command Center’s support for DOCSIS 3.0 and flexibility in meeting all our provisioning requirements was the key determining factor in our selection process,” said Norberto Ojinaga, Engineering and Technological Planning Director of Euskaltel S.A. “Working with Amper as a local system integrator, Incognito demonstrated its excellent partnership capabilities in the smooth deployment of its Broadband Command Center device provisioning solution.”

Incognito Software Inc.

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