Incognito Software has announced that its device provisioning solutions are now interoperable with Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) technology developed by Teknovus, a provider of EPON chips for the development of triple-play services in FTTx broadband networks.

Teknovus is showcasing its EPON solutions and its interoperability with Incognito’s Broadband Command Center at CableLabs’ Summer 2009 Conference in Keystone, CO.

“Teknovus is leading the deployment of FTTx networks with its proven EPON ASICs and DML software, enabling cable operators to move to fiber access networks while maintaining their DOCSIS network environment,” stated Howard Abramson, Teknovus’ director of system software division, in a prepared statement.

Last week, Incognito announced it had enhanced its Broadband Command Center to support DOCSIS 3.0 and PacketCable 2.0 standards. (For more, click here).

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