Incognito Software has introduced a service that will enable any service provider to test TR-069 interoperability between their networks and any device that complies with that standard that they intend to support on their networks.
Incognito's TR-069 Open Interoperability Program is free and open. It assures that devices that have successfully passed the test meet basic TR-069 standards, as defined by the Broadband World Forum, and – not coincidentally – can be fully managed by the Incognito Auto Configuration Server.
The program will help service providers reduce integration costs and provide them with greater flexibility to work in multi-vendor environments. Device vendors will benefit from the simplified online testing process and be able to claim interoperability with the Incognito Auto Configuration Server.
"We have been impressed by the quick turnaround of Incognito's TR-069 Open Interoperability Program," said Eli Baruch, Arris' senior director of product management. "After our Touchstone Gateway products completed testing with the Incognito Auto Configuration Server, our customers were able to begin managing our client devices right away."
Other companies and customers have participated in the program to confirm interoperability with dozens of device models from vendors such as Arris, AVM, D-Link, Greenpacket, Netgear, Ruckus Wireless, Technicolor or ZyXel, Incognito said.