* Ritter takes provisioning in-house
Ritter Communications has tapped Incognito to automate provisioning after Ritter acquired “several thousand” new high-speed data subs in northeast Arkansas.
Ritter decided to bring provisioning in-house by hooking its billing system to Incognito’s Broadband Command Center, a platform that’s designed to automatically configure customer premise equipment.
The migration “to our software from their outsourced system only took a couple of hours,” noted Incognito CEO Patricia Steadman, in a statement.
* Telchemy hits VoIP milestone
Telchemy Inc. said it has licensed more than 2 million units of its “VQmon” VoIP performance management software, with licenses more than doubling for the first three quarters of 2005.
Telchemy said a range of vendors have integrated VQmon into north of 50 product lines, including analyzers, IP phones, media gateways, routers and session border controllers.