Incognito Software has released support for PacketCable 2.0 in its globally deployed device provisioning suite – Broadband Command Center.
PacketCable 2.0 enables SIP, VoIP, 3G and multimedia services to work cohesively within service provider networks, and by supporting this standard, BBC allows service providers to provision PacketCable eDVA devices on a network-wide basis and to maximize their core investment in PacketCable, according to the company.
“With the introduction of support for PacketCable 2.0, Broadband Command Center gives customers the ability to deliver rich multimedia services such as presence-based and embedded content applications,” said Chris Busch, vice president of Broadband Technologies at Incognito Software.
Broadband Command Center 5.5, a globally deployed device provisioning suite, dynamically generates configuration files for DOCSIS 3.0 modems and fully supports all new and future DOCSIS 3.0 parameters. The BCC 5.5 also enables enhanced security for operators.
What sets the BCC 5.5 apart from competitors, namely Cisco, is that it is efficient, feature-rich and integrates simply, Chris Busch, Incognito’s vice president of broadband technologies, told CED. And Incognito, which specializes specifically in provisioning, can interoperate with any device from any vendor, and with any CMTS from any vendor.
“Customers can choose best-of-breed solutions,” Busch said. “I write for everyone.”
In August, Incognito Software unveiled the newly enhanced Broadband Command Center 5.5, which supports DOCSIS 3.0 networks.
According to the company, the Broadband Command Center is currently deployed with more than 50 operators worldwide, and about four have already upgraded (for free) to the 5.5 version.