MaxLinear and Inango Systems have jointly announced a partnership of strategic cooperation. The parties agree to jointly market and sell the Inango Service Orchestration software, a product that enables ISPs to deliver rich portfolios of services on their networks. Inango will also provide MaxLinear with optimized integrated solutions for OpenvSwitch software with MaxLinear processors.
In partnering with MaxLinear, we can leverage their platform footprint at leading Cable MSOs and Service Providers worldwide as an excellent launching pad for Inango products.
The Inango Orchestration Platform is expected to be available for a range of MaxLinear-based gateways, including Puma™ and their latest URX processors family, later this year.
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We have added OpenSync support to Virtual Services solution. OpenSync is a multi-industry open source software initiative that provides a framework for open service curation, delivery, management and support.
“By adding OpenSync support to our Virtual Services solution we are able to significantly extend the number of end-user services for those customers using OpenSync enabled CPEs without the need for any CPE software upgrade,” said Jonathan Masel, CEO and founder of Inango. “We are excited to support this important open source initiative in the industry.”
Next to OpenSync, Virtual Services continues to support existing Openflow clients and its own Virtual Services client.
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Inango has joined the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), a community project aimed at building new technologies, examining new business approaches and spurring investment in the telecom space.
“As a leading developer with proven deployments of software for the communications industry for over 10 years, we are excited to participate in the TIP Open Wi-Fi initiative”, said Jonathan Masel, CEO and founder of Inango. “Our Virtual Services product is highly synergistic with the TIP vision, providing Service Providers with unique ways of adding functionality to their products in cost-effective, automated ways. We also offer a wealth of system-level experience for companies wishing to build complete products based on TIP Open Wi-Fi architecture.”
Inango Virtual Services Launcher, a Service Orchestrator, allows Service Providers to add end-user services (Wi-Fi analysis, Wi-Fi management, IoT protection, SDWAN light and many more) to TIP devices without the need for any software changes on the device and in a fully automated way. The benefit is a significantly reduced time to market for new services, far better scale and maintenance procedures, resulting in huge cost savings – both up-front and on-going.
As part of the TIP community, Inango brings a system level of expertise to companies looking for complete solutions based on TIP, including the ability to add standard management schemes (SNMP, TR-069, Netconf and others) to a standard TIP Cloud.
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Inango has joined the prpl Foundation, an open-source, community-driven, not-for-profit consortium with a focus on enabling the security and interoperability of embedded devices for the smart society of the future.
“By joining the prpl Foundation we can bring our extensive experience from other Residential Gateway distributions such as OpenWrt and RDK-B to prpl.”, said Jonathan Masel, CEO and founder of Inango. “We are excited to participate in this important initiative for the industry. Our hope is that by leveraging our past work, together with our current products such as Virtual Services, we can help to further enrich the prpl offerings.”
In addition to joining the prpl Foundation Inango Systems will participate in development of the prplMesh project – an open-source, carrier-grade implementation of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Multi-AP specification, certifiable as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™.
“Inango provides a breadth of experience from the home networking industry and we are excited to be able to put their expertise to work in the prpl Foundation” said Robert Ferreira, president of the prpl Foundation. “Inango’s contributions will greatly help drive our prplMesh project into various products and platforms based on prplWRT or RDK-B.”
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Meet us at the ONF Connect conference, on Sep.10—13 at the Marriott hotel, Santa Clara, CA. The ONF Connect is a leading event for the next-generation SDN and open-source networking industry. On September 11th, our software architect Nikolay Merinov will present the Inango contribution to the ONOS project.
The contribution is consisting of Packet Classification and Ingress Queues mechanisms, including an improved server performance by over 20 percent. The changes are fixing crucial stability issues, avoiding frequent and costly topology resolution processes that were impacting the capability to deploy ONOS as a scalable solution for the Service Provider community.
Inango Systems will also attend the IBC2019 in Amsterdam, please contact us if you would like to setup a meeting with our CEO, Jonathan Masel.
The Inango Systems contribution to the ONOS project allows our Virtual Services solution to provide a consistent, fast, and scalable way for service providers to deploy their end user services, taking full advantage of the home routers, yet avoiding their limitations.
As a result of our intense work in RDK-B over the past years, we have faced and fixed a number of different issues in the RDK-B platform. These changes will contribute to the community for the benefit of all RDK-B users. In our first integration, we have tuned the systemd related recipes to allow for correct operation in Multilib environment.