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Technetix is delighted to join Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA)

Technetix supports independent broadband providers in the UK by joining INCA

30th April 2020, Albourne, UK - Technetix has joined the Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA).  The UK headquartered company, established in 1990, provides award-winning technologies to broadband customers across the globe including optical access networking products. As a member of INCA, Technetix will help operators maximise the potential from their existing access network infrastructure.

“Technetix is delighted to join INCA as a Tier 1 member.” said Sean Kitchingham, Vice President, Business Development Europe, Technetix.

“ As we extend our solution and problem solving capabilities across optical access markets, joining INCA is an important step, to drive the development of the altnet market while supporting the UK government in its ambition to deliver full-fibre networks for all.”

Technetix joins more than 130 members who are committed to bridging the digital divide in the UK.

About Technetix:

Dedicated to helping cable operators better compete - and win - Technetix is a trusted, professional and customer-focused global provider of network services. Founded in 1990, the company is passionate about engineering and prides itself on helping customers serve millions of subscribers every day. Technetix listens, innovates and delivers technologically advanced products and solutions that enable flexible, powerful networks; increase revenue and market share, and provide a better service experience. With cutting-edge solutions like DBx, Virtual Segmentation and Remote PHY, Technetix is a partner that cable operators can count on to achieve their most ambitious goals. The company sells into leading cable operators in 70 countries. www.technetix.com

About INCA:

The members of the Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA) are supporting, planning, building and operating sustainable, independent and interconnected networks that advance the economic and social development of the communities they serve and permit the provision of applications and services through open competition, innovation and diversity. They work together to create cohesive interconnected next generation networks.