Broadband Briefs for 05/20/10
• Incognito promotes Busch to CTO
By Brian Santo
Incognito Software promoted Chris Busch to chief technology officer; his previous title was vice president of broadband technology.
Incognito Software said it is in the process of expanding its product portfolio and that Busch will oversee the development of Incognito's product family, which includes Broadband Command Center, Service Activation Center and Address Commander.
"Since joining the company, Chris has proven himself to be a valuable asset to Incognito Software," said Stephane Bourque, president and CEO of Incognito Software. "His technology leadership and background in wireline and wireless carrier core have made a tremendous impact on the expansion of Incognito's product capabilities."
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