Incognito Software has hired Patrick Kinnerk as its product manager.

In his new role, Kinnerk will oversee the product planning and execution of Broadband Command Center, which is Incognito’s device provisioning software.

Kinnerk has more than 20 years of telecommunications-related experience, some of which was gained from his most recent role as program manager of partnership solutions for Motorola’s DOCSIS CMTS business unit, as well as from his prior role as the lead system engineer of Motorola’s CableComm business unit.

“Patrick is an enormous asset to the Incognito team,” said President and CEO Stephane Bourque. “He brings valuable knowledge and experience in cable headend infrastructure, as well as the telecommunications industry.”

In August, the Broadband Command Center 5.5 added support for DOCSIS 3.0 networks. The BCC 5.5 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. And in September, Incognito released support for PacketCable 2.0 in its Broadband Command Center.

Incognito Software has also announced the addition of Roy Kraft and Hector Villalvazo to its growing global sales team. Kraft joined Incognito as the sales director for North America East, while Villalvazo joined as pre-sales manager for Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.

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