Incognito Software Systems Inc.: Incognito Broadband Command Center

Sept. 8, 2022
The Incognito BCC’s ability to work with all models, firmware versions, vendors, and whatever version of DOCSIS operators are running makes the BCC the ideal choice to support network growth.
With DOCSIS 4.0 on the horizon, promising the delivery of symmetrical multi-gigabit speeds while supporting high reliability, high security, and low latency, Incognito’s Broadband Command Center (BCC) 8.0 is designed to help operators move forward on their DOCSIS journey. The Incognito BCC’s ability to work with all models, firmware versions, vendors, and whatever version of DOCSIS operators are running makes the BCC the ideal choice to support network growth, asserts the company.

Judge’s Comment: “Incognito’s Broadband Command Center (BCC) 8.0 can ease the transition to DOCSIS 4.0.”

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