Incognito Software said Com Hem, the largest cable MSO in Sweden, is deploying the a mix of products to manage IP addresses for the operator’s 800,000-plus subs, and to help Com Hem prep its transition to IPv6 as the pool of IPv4 addresses continues to run dry.
The deal involves three software products from Incognito’s portfolio – its Broadband Command Center (provisioning), Service Activation Center (device activations), and Auto Configuration Server (troubleshooting and monitoring).
In addition to helping prepare Com Hem networks for an IPv6 migration that will provide enhanced security, IP mobility, and application functionality, the products will also play a role in the MSO’s TV Everywhere service rollout.
“In order to survive and thrive in this new world of multi-service and multi-device homes, operators like Com Hem must be able to provision and activate services quickly, while still being cognizant of costs,” said Stephane Bourque, CEO of Incognito Software, in a statement.
Incognito said it currently provisions more than 110 million subscribers worldwide.
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