Innovative software solutions for your smart connected home
IOPSYS designs and develops innovative software solutions for smart connected homes. Our software solutions address products such as Wi-Fi routers, Wi-Fi extenders, mesh systems, fiber termination boxes, and the majority of home IoT devices. It optimizes device performance and enables the hosting of third-party applications.
Our customers are Internet Service Providers (ISP) and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) of smart home devices. IOPSYS designs and develops device software and open-source Operating Systems (OS), fully integrated device software, as well as management solutions. IOPSYS solutions are optimized software packages covering all perspectives: OEM, ISP network operations, ISP customer care and consumers. IOPSYS is a strong supporter of open-source software and actively contributes to the open source community.
New and increased use of Over-The-Top services calls for better Wi-Fi
In an ever-growing connected home market, providers of smart products and online services – Over-The-Top (OTT) players – are thriving. But as the number of users and connected devices throughout the home increases, the need for a better Wi-Fi connection throughout the entire home is more important than ever.
Depending on where you are as a CSP, you are better positioned to compete if you have a much more open system. You can’t be competitive in a fast-moving landscape if you buy software from a vendor where it’s not open-source, and you can’t impact the code
We wanted to develop features and functionalities over the lifetime of a product, and we were aware that we couldn’t do everything ourselves. Open-source is the right choice for us.
Today, many service providers and gateway manufacturers share common challenges in sustaining siloed software platforms for their hardware. Relying on proprietary software has many hidden costs to consider.
I saw that OpenWrt is a perfect base for our gateway; all the basics are already in place with a good operating system we could use. We have the ability to put our application on top.
The buzz right now is around containers and an app-enabled ‘smart gateway’. While we’ve always been advocates of this model (we’ve had an app-store for IOWRT for nearly 10 years), the hardware, memory, and operator resources are finally there to realize this.
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