IPTEGO GmbH, an IP network-management-software company, now belongs to Acme Packe, which paid approximately $21 million in cash for the German concern.

IPTEGO focuses on real-time, end-to-end network intelligence, voice and video operations monitoring, customer-experience management, and fraud prevention and detection. Acme Packet and IPTEGO reportedly have more than 30 customers in common.

According to the new owner, the integration of Acme Packet’s session-delivery network solutions with IPTEGO’s real-time intelligence engine “will enable customers to move beyond individual element management and give them real-time, network-wide visibility into their multi-vendor IP communications networks.”

In addition, Acme Packet expects to incorporate the Palladion software suite into its product portfolio, offering it to service providers and enterprise customers through existing IPTEGO and Acme Packet channel partners as well as through direct sales.

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Non-ETC providers that want to participate in the FCC’s $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit program will be able to begin applying March 8.

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